FTTP: Join the FCS working group to comment on Openreach proposals

Posted on 29/08/2017

You will recall that Openreach recently published a consultation on “Upgrading the Access Network with FTTP”. A few FCS members met with Openreach for a short initial discussion about the proposals at the end of July and they are keen to get a view from our other members on whether their proposals reflect the needs of the B2B community. 

Please login to view the consultation and supporting information via the link below.

Cathy Gerosa

cgerosa@fcs.org.uk

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