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BTs Simultaneous PSTN/ADSL Delivery
By: MarkJ - 26 August, 2003 (1:01 PM)

ADSLGuide reports that BTWholesale has started a new technology pilot called 'Simultaneous PSTN/ADSL Delivery'. In short, those connecting up to BT will be able to get both the standard (PSTN) line and ADSL together at the same time:

This pilot which is due to start on 29th August will allow users to order a new PSTN line and ADSL line at the same time. The combined order is taken by the service provider. This pilot will be available to all those ISPs who wish to take part, though we envisage that ISPs may be slow to publicise this pilot until they have tried it out on a test line to ensure they understand the precise mechanism.

The pilot will comprise of two stages, initially only people ordering a 'wires-only' service will be able to apply. At a later date phase two will allow people wanting an engineer assisted install product to use the pilot.

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