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BT has released the names of a further 102 exchanges which have now been set targets which, if reached, will prompt the telco to convert the exchange to ADSL.

Congratulations go to Chafford in Essex which has, following publication of today's list, automatically triggered its target and will now have its exchange converted to broadband. A date for when the exchange will go live is expected later this week.

El Reg understands that Adlington in Lancashire and Hullbridge in Essex are within a whisker of hitting their targets too.

Anyhow, the full list is published below. ®

Exchange, County, Trigger level
ADLINGTON, Lancashire, 450
AMBLE, Northumberland, 450
AMLWCH, Gwynedd, 450
ASH GREEN, Kent, 700
ASKERN, South Yorkshire, 350
BANCHORY, Grampian, 400
BARTON ON HUMBER, Humberside, 450
BATTLE, East Sussex, 350
BISHOPS CLEEVE, Gloucestershire, 550
BOARS HILL, Oxfordshire, 400
BOROUGHBRIDGE, North Yorkshire, 400
BOVINGDON, Hertfordshire, 300
BRENCHLEY, Kent, 300
BUNTINGFORD, Hertfordshire, 350
CATTERICK CAMP, North Yorkshire, 450
CHAFFORD, Essex, 450
CHIRK, Clwyd, 550
CLAYDON, Suffolk, 450
COGGESHALL, Essex, 350
COLLINGHAM BRIDGE, West Yorkshire, 350
COMBERTON, Cambridgeshire, 300
COXHOE, Durham, 400
COXTIE GREEN, Essex, 350
CREDITON, Devon, 450
CRIEFF, Tayside, 450
DONAGHADEE, Northern Ireland, 400
EGREMONT, Cumbria, 400
ERISWELL, Suffolk, 400
FARINGDON, Oxfordshire, 350
FERNDALE, Mid Glamorgan, 450
FORDHAM (ESSEX), Essex, 300
GLASTONBURY, Somerset, 500
HADDENHAM (BUCKS), Buckinghamshire, 350
HARTLEY WINTNEY, Hampshire, 350
HAWKINGE, Kent, 350
HEBDEN BRIDGE, West Yorkshire, 500
HENLEY-IN-ARDEN, Warwickshire, 350
HERMITAGE, Berkshire, 300
HETHERSETT, Norfolk, 400
HILLSBOROUGH, Northern Ireland, 350
HOLLINSWOOD, Shropshire, 750
HOLYMOORSIDE, Derbyshire, 400
HULLBRIDGE, Essex, 350
KIMBERLEY, Nottinghamshire, 450
KIRRIEMUIR, Tayside, 350
LANGTON, Kent, 350
LISS, Hampshire, 350
MAGHERA, Northern Ireland, 350
MAGOR, Gwent, 400
MARKFIELD, Leicestershire, 400
MARKYATE, Hertfordshire, 300
MAUCHLINE, Strathclyde, 450
MEASHAM, Leicestershire, 400
MELBOURN, Cambridgeshire, 300
MELBOURNE, Humberside, 400
MIDDLETON CHENEY, Northamptonshire, 400
MIDDLETON ON SEA, West Sussex, 500
MOIRA, Northern Ireland, 400
MONIFIETH, Tayside, 400
NEWINGTON, Kent, 400
ONGAR, Essex, 350
PAKENHAM, Suffolk, 450
RANDALSTOWN, Northern Ireland, 350
ROADE, Northamptonshire, 300
ROWLANDS GILL, Tyne & Wear, 400
ROYSTON, South Yorkshire, 400
SACRISTON, Durham, 400
SEATON, Devon, 450
SEDGEFIELD, Durham, 400
SENGHENYDD, Mid Glamorgan, 400
SHEPSHED, Leicestershire, 350
SILSOE, Bedfordshire, 300
SKELMANTHORPE, West Yorkshire, 550
SLAITHWAITE, West Yorkshire, 550
SMALLFIELD, Surrey, 300
SOMERSHAM, Cambridgeshire, 550
STOKE MANDEVILLE, Buckinghamshire, 300
STOTFOLD, Bedfordshire, 400
STRENSALL, North Yorkshire, 300
STUDLEY, Warwickshire, 300
TIPTREE, Essex, 550
WADHURST, East Sussex, 300
WARRENPOINT, Northern Ireland, 400
WESTBURY (WILTS), Wiltshire, 550
WHEATLEY, Oxfordshire, 350
WHITBURN, Tyne & Wear, 350
WHITCHURCH (HANTS), Hampshire, 300
WING, Buckinghamshire, 350
WINSLOW, Buckinghamshire, 350
WIRKSWORTH, Derbyshire, 400
WOTTON UNDER EDGE, Gloucestershire, 400
YELVERTON, Devon, 400

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