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BT crowing about 5G and FTTP

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Old July 30th 18, 10:20 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
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Old July 31st 18, 01:33 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
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Default BT (British Telecum) lying about 5G and FTTP

R. Mark Clayton wrote:


Nope. EEe is part of BT (British Telecum) and pays 150 per 10gbit line
while everyone else must pay 85,000 for 10gbit symmetric gigabit
Internet according to offcum fake regulation to protect BT.
So when EE is forced to pay 85,000 like its rivals, the service
will stop getting rolled out - and UK will sink below its
current 35th position.

BT is a phone Internet cumpany only, and its lying all the way to the bwank
because it doesn't know how to install Industry 4.0 symmetric gigabit fiber.

1. Premises passed != premises installed
Nobody wants their faacking crap at 2000/y + 3000 install when they
can get 20x speeds at 20x lower cost from fiber Internet companies
like the HyperOpricks of this world
at 1gbit symmetric speed for 50 a month.

2. Telephone Internet cumpanies and cable Internet cumpanies
don't install Industry 4.0 compatible symmetric gigabit fiber
for 30 to 50 a month - the going price for Fiber Internet companies
because they got a whole lot of copper pricky equipment in the
middle designed by phone p ricks and cable teevee p ricks
selling phones and cable teevee.

3. They lying about builds per week. Putting just one 50,000 cabinet
in London = going past 8 million customers per week. Yeah fsck that!

So in reality they are stealing grants from government
and selling them lies. These grants are being dished out
under totalitarian copper only rules - means you can't challenge the
spend and say you want 20x cheaper and 20x quicker
to roll out fiber even though copper has a switch off date.

Thats because the infrastructure regulators is populated by
people who identify themselves as culture experts, media experts,
and spurt experts like the wahahahakers in DCMS and offcum
because they are NOT fiber Internet experts. We moved from
era of phone Internet and cable Internet and now we are in
fiber Internet era. But apparently not government and the
whahanahankers who go to work every day and make Britain
a wankier place to live in.


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