Openreach Comments on WLR Consultation Responses

Posted on 03/10/2018

Openreach have now published a document which sets out their views on the consultation responses they received. They have also published a Product Scope document for SOTAP the transitional product that will run in locations which do not have fibre availability and will offer a copper path between the customer’s premises and the exchange.

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