Darren sums up the LLU transfer policy

One of the Darrens lurking around in the comments clarifies Talk Talk’s confusing policy regarding using ‘their’ network as opposed to BT’s. Check it out.

Rudolph, as per TalkShits TCs, “WHERE THE TECHNOLOGY BECOMES AVAILABLE, WE WILL TRANSFER YOUR SERVICES ONTO OUR NETWORK.” – they are not even required to give notification. .. Thus meening this time next year 70% of the talk crap customer base will be on LLU as they migrate, without knowing or warning, onto LLU. And another thing, THE WLR scheme has been going for well over 18 months now, which means that nearly 2 years ago BT started selling off their lines. So, again rudolph, BT does not have OWNERSHIP of the lines, and have not had exclusive ownership for quite some time.

Talk to Darren

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4 responses to “Darren sums up the LLU transfer policy

  1. Darren,

    You’re full of it, if you bother to read on it clearly states that notification will be given and that any customer who opposes the transfer can cancel their contract with TalkTalk.

    Also BT are not selling off anything, WLR is a BT service (end of) the line still belongs to BT and BT maintain it, TalkTalk and other service providers rent the line from BT.

  2. how can BT maintain an LLU line ?when its the providers equipment that goes into the exchange !!

  3. I THINK DARREN IS A CASE OF “I DONT KNOW SHIT AND HAVE SIGNED BEFORE I HAVE READ THE DETAILS.”

    HE OBVIOUS THINKS HE KNOWS THINGS AND JUST SIMPLY DOESNT.

    WHO FITTED THE LINES? WHO GOES TO THE LOCAL EXCHANGE? WHO ISSUES NUMBERS? WHO OWNS THE EXCHANGE?

  4. I was refering to the WLR bit of you’re rant darren. WLR is a BT service provided by and maintained by BT.

    Regarding the bit about LLU, yes the equipment in the exchange is owned by TalkTalk. However, it’s still a BT engineer that does all the jumpering work from the MDF to the HDF and then onto TalkTalk’s equipment. So you’re argument is flawed as TalkTalk still depend on BT to do the work.

    What about the local loop?? TalkTalk equipment cannot test the local loop, again TalkTalk have to use BT’s test equipment to test the copper between the exchange and the end users site and if there is a fault, it is an openreach engineer that deals with it.

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