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Distinguished Sage
Distinguished Sage
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Message 21 of 23

Re: Slowest ever BT Infinity?

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FTTC should give a more stable connection as it is only copper coonnection from cabinet to home whereas adsl is copper all the way from exchange so more potential for noise problems

I think your fibre connection would improve and be within estimated range if you were connected to the master socket whether that is connected to existing socket upstairs or you get telecom engineer to change wiring so your existing extension socket becomes the master and the upstairs either not in use or an extension socket

if still unhappy then you could move back to adsl and the master changes would benefit your adsl connection as well



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janeh52
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Message 22 of 23

Re: Slowest ever BT Infinity?

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Thank you. As advised will see what can do about moving master socket. Where does one find telecom engineers?

 

 

 

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Distinguished Sage
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Message 23 of 23

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local paper or local phone directory



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