So today I just noticed while I was out looking at the phoneline, that there is just one cable coming from the telephone pole which joins my house, and there is a box with a cable feeding my house, and another feeding the neighbours (please see my awesome picture for reference) . Does this mean we share one cable, and if so, does this mean my internet speeds are 'split' with them? I have fibre, and I get about 25 mb/s, which is less than half what I got in my last home. I just moved into this house recently, and I'm in the same area, only 2 miles from my last property where I got about 50+mb/s. Many thanks
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There is more than one pair of wires in that cable, so you each have your own circuit and are not sharing the same connection, as this would not be possible anyway.
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Communityhelp (Private website) Lots of additional information and help.
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