I currently have what I believe is a LJU3 master socket recessed into the wall with the BT line and an internal extension entering the socket through the wall behind. When BT fit the new NTE5 will this be fitted flush where the existing socket is located or will it require a new box on the wall?
Once the engineer has done his thing and left is there any (legal) way to bypass the splitter and get the VDSL signal onto the extension? I know that BT offer to install a "data extension kit" but I imagine they'd only run it along the top of the skirting board which I'd rather avoid as there is perfectly good cable buried in the wall.
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