If I were to move it would be somewhere With Hyperoptic or FTTP. Given the level of incompetence VM have shown in my dealings with them here I'm not sure trusting them with vital connectivity would be wise.
They can't keep The London Grid running. What hope my WFH?
Well it's somewhat irrelevant to me now. I have ordered my additional / backup line already.
It's very, very arrogant of VM to assume people will hold off purchasing elsewhere or will be happy to pay full price indefinitely elsewhere rather than recontracting.
The same customers who want the higher end packages aren't going to be checking streetworks on a daily basis hoping this will be the day VM pull their finger out, rebuffing offers from Sky or others in return for a new contract.
As I was invested in the project somewhat and it was a better option for the purpose I spent months with no backup circuit. Patience has run out, it had to given the odd service interruption.
The website is less than worthless, the information it provides, when it works, at best pointless.
BT's FTTC may be slow, but at least they give a delivery date months in advance and, the vast majority of the time, stick to it.
If VM do eventually build to this address, and I have not either died of old age or am so decrepit I can't answer the door, I'll let the missus answer it. I would be a bit ranty with the poor sales guy, and it's not their fault.