Originally Posted by qasdfdsaq
You really can't read can you?[COLOR=Silver]
I don't know where you get your ideas from but last I knew the words "are on" did not mean anything remotely like "have nothing higher available to them than".
You were implying that VM were failing to provide the service. When in fact they are providing the service because 50mb is available to around 50% of UK homes. The fact that many don't use what is available is nothing to do with it.
You are just trying to twist thing around to slate VM.
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Originally Posted by Pierre
They are extending their network and have been for several years.
Ok it's only been modest numbers . circa 50,000 a year but they have been doing it.
If you're expecting a build on the levels of the mid-90's, when entire cities and towns were cabled, then forget it.
It will never happen.
I wasn't expecting the levels of the 90's that you mentioned, because that nearly crippled them at the time. I just think it would be goof if they increased the rate from what it is now.
I have an office in a fairly built up area, where I would switch to VM if they covered the area. But unfortunately they don't, and last time I spoke to them, they had no plans to cover that area.