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Offline KRW

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Vodafone
« on: 17 June 2015, 16:58:39 »
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Vodafone have laid piping across the bottom of our street but not to the bt cabinet at the next junction. Instead they veered off heading to I suppose to the bt   exchange. Will to investigate are Vodafone setting up their own land line and broadband network. It was not a openreach operation.

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« Reply #1 on: 17 June 2015, 19:50:34 »
Followed the trench to four cabinets at a cell tower. Presume Vodafone are running fibre to their transmitters.



Found this looks like they're doing it here as well.
  By Josh Taylor |            August 31, 2014 -- 22:00 GMT (23:00 BST) | Topic: NBN
  Vodafone is using National Broadband Network (NBN) fibre to supply backhaul to a number of towers in Australia, after years of lobbying the government-owned company for such a service.

They are with O2 http://blog.vodafone.co.uk/2012/11/20/better-coverage-fewer-masts-your-complete-guide-to-our-network-joint-venture/

No wonder Three are buying O2

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