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Moved into Apartment *correction*

I have recently moved into a new apartment and I'm intending to have BT broadband here.
I just wanted to know if there is an existing landline number in this apartment that I can use.

There is this BT open reach socket in my apartment.
https://imgur.com/a/M2ccLfM

I could just order a new phone line but that would take a minimum of two weeks.

Should I buy a corded landline phone and insert it into this? https://imgur.com/a/M2ccLfM


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Re: Moved into Apartment *correction*

If its a new apartment, then its unlikely the line will be active, but there is no harm in trying a phone.

If you do get dial tone, then dial 17070 and it should read back the number.

It will be an Openreach socket, there is no such company as BT Openreach.

Either way, you will still have to pay a connection charge.

 

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