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@Klr wrote:
Thanks Keith. Seems to be cancel SSe then it’s referring back to Shell. Cancel Shell then it’s back SSE

Your fibre connection is totally separate from copper, so provided you do not attempt to port your phone number over, and simply accept a new phone number from BT Retail, then things should go smoothly. If you attempt to port your number over, then expect lots of delays.

The fibre connection is a totally new connection, independent of any existing copper service that you have, in fact they could run concurrently, but that would be a waste of money.

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The port number from shell to SSe. BT give a completely new number. So the copper line master socket obsolete and  gets completely removed.  

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@Klr wrote:

The port number from shell to SSe. BT give a completely new number. So the copper line master socket obsolete and  gets completely removed.  


Then I cannot see any problems, provided the FTTP connection gets installed and activated on time.