Wednesday, February 09, 2005


The UK Office of the Telecommunications Adjudicator yesterday issued an update on unbundling progress to the end of January. Against a previous target of 50k lines by the end of January, the industry only managed 31,300, which means a net increase of only around 11k since the end of September. The report notes improvements in BT's delivery, and a commitment by BT to achieve 98% delivery of lines on agreed timetables by the end of March. It certainly looks a long road to the anticipated 2.5m lines by end-2006.

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