I have like many waiting for the start of the next generation of high speed broadband. When chorus maps first came out I was disappointed to see that fibre coverage stops about 300 m away from my house but this was tempered a little by noting my exchange had been converted to vsdl2 the year previously so I thought it wouldn't be long before vsdl2 service would be available.
Finally telecom started their offer so I put in my address and was (again) disappointed to see that my house can't be connected. So I started putting in addresses around mine to see what the actual coverage was and I was shocked to find the chorus maps include areas 200m further away than my house from the exchange and 150m closer to exchange also weren't covered. So the area arround my house that can actually get vdsl is much smaller than the chorus maps suggest. ( for many reasons obviously)
I'm curious as to whether there are any _actual_ coverage maps in existence rather than relying on each of us entering addresses one by one.
Would it be theoretically possible for someone with the relevant programming skills to create actual telecom (or snap or Orion) coverage maps.