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New BT Fibre

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Hi, I'm Considering getting the BT Full Fiber 900 Connection (as it is available in my area)

But I had two questions about it that I can't find answers for,

the first is that I have a Rather Expensive Wifi Router that has better specs than the smart hub 2 are you able to put it in Modem/Bridge mode and negate the need for it?

The second being Can you still do that if you go the that Hybrid Connect thing.

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The fibre ONT is the modem, you only need a PPPoE capable router to connect. The BT hub is not required.

Hybrid will only work with the BT hub

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If you get FTTP the you may be changed to Digital Voice using the SH2 as a base station with VOIP   you need the hub to get a landline connection but if you do not use your landline phone then not a problem



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@imjolly  Customers will only be changed to digital voice if they accept it, otherwise the copper line will eventually be ceased giving them time to get a decent VoIP service that doesn't depend on ISP supplied equipment.

Personally if I needed a home phone rather than my moble I'd get a VoIP service now and port my number to it. I am not au fait with being locked into using ISP supplied equipment except for a modem if necessary.

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