Reply to post: Re: Cityfibre ... arghhhh

UK altnet CityFibre's boss on its hopes to capitalise on market churn as fibre broadband rolls out


Re: Cityfibre ... arghhhh

Contractor in Cambridge caused no end of havoc here, digging trenches in front of front doors with no notice, and going round knocking on doors asking for people to move the cars in front of the house, and getting aggressive when the people in the house said it wasn't their car. (no, parking hadn't been suspended because that would require them to have paid the council).

Work is shoddy, blocking drains and ruining the look of the road. Next to me they've put an access panel under a parking space then get annoyed when someone parks on it, leading to them trying to lever it up with a car above...

Never going to use them on a point of principle.

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