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Is this my master socket

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As the title says is this my master socket? The reason for asking is we have just bought a 3rd floor flat and didnt know if BT can move the master socket (if this is it) into the bedroom where there is what i believe is an extension?

Appreicate any advice or replys

Lewis

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That looks like NTE5 master socket. It is an easy job to swap your master and extension. Get telecom engineer from local paper



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Many thanks for the prompt reply!

Would it mean running extra cables?

Thanks once again

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No. Engineer would make use if the existing cable



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Thats great many thanks for your help

Lewis

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