Openreach starts to plan for the withdrawal of WLR

Posted on 18/04/2018

Openreach is formally beginning the process of withdrawing WLR and related products from the market. There will be a consultation published next month, but to launch the process, CPs are invited to events around the country which will allow them to hear about Openreach’s proposals and the timeframe for this process.

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