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Fourteen more exchanges have passed their trigger levels and are being readied for their conversion to ADSL.

So far, 172 exchanges have hit their threshold as part of a demand-led scheme to upgrade exchanges to broadband. Of these, 25 exchanges have gone live (the latest are Alton and Worle) with work ongoing to upgrade another 147.

Anyhow, the following exchanges are new to BT's list and are all due to be converted during May.

Please note, this list comes straight from BT
March, Cambs
Frensham, Surrey
Prestatyn, Clwyd
Portishead, Avon
Aberdeen Ashgrove, Grampian
Armthorpe, South Yorkshire
Runcorn East, Cheshire
Knottingley, West Yorks
Lingfield, Surrey
Epping, Essex
Redditch Old Town, Hereford & Worcs
Aberdeen Bielside, Grampian
Bewdley, Hereford & Worcs
Downhall, Essex

Err, that's it. ®

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