2018-06-03 15:16:26 UTC
<wank> <wank> <wank> SPLAT!!!
Yeeha!! That is what I'm talkin about!
Master baiting without due care and attention
and squirting wahahahank juice all over the place.
BT (British Telecum) has wahananked and splat all
over Openroach investors looking to buy out Openroach
from BT for cash.
The reason is simple.
When Offcon split Openroach from BT, BT had objected
to its staff insiders in Offcon through the revolving
door policy. Because BT has a million fiber lines running
at 10GHz owned by Openroach, if they had to pay the going
rate of £25,000 for each one - one for every cabinet in
the street and one for each mobile phone mast, they
would be shot to pieces being obliged and unable
to pay £25 billion for their telecum bills.
So offcum nixed it for them by allowing openroach to charge
only £150 a month for these lines. So their net bill
goes down from 25 billion to £1.8 billion.
Any investor would then see Openroach as a business with at least
£1.8 billion revenue and would dearly love to buy it up and
charge the going rate. Instant profit of
at least 23.2 billion a year.
So naturally BT stepped in to the Openroach buyout talks
and basically wahahahanked all over the faces of potential buyers.
of Openroach. Should BT be sued for this? Should BT be banned from
all decision making meetings? BT will still find someone
BT has the largest number of fiber optic gigabit links in UK.
Around a 1 million gigabit fiber connections.
None of which is shared with anyone.
Indeed, according to BT and all its trolls, there is no
demand in UK for gigabit Internet. This despite BT alone
owning 1 million ten gigabit fiber Internet links at discount
prices of £150 a month - one connection to each cabinet and mobile
So what about Chancellor's promises to give everyone gigabit
links by 2025? This fsckwit chancellor who doesn't know
how to use a spreadsheet still gives out 1.5 beeelioons
to BT to extend its copper network, instead of holding
out and giving all the money to fiber companies to install
new fiber and over existing copper ducts.
3% of UK runs on gigabit fiber - because it is cheaper to
install over copper networks than any other form of
Internet. But BT does not want British companies to
own their own fiber Internet. It might cause us to become
competitive - each city worth at least £2 billion more
in world commerce.