Some of you may remember a month or two ago I began to get impatient with the fibre availability in my area. Checkers were showing different results etc.
After some hassling, back and forth emails with Openreach, Digital Scotland and our very own Mr. Saffron (and others on the Forum thank you!), this past Monday the DSLchecker began to show my landline as AVAILABLE for FTTC.
Without a second of a thought, I jumped straight on it and opted to go for BT Infinity 2, ordered it up (self install) and have been given an activation date of 15/06/16. As excited as I was, I am starting to doubt whether choosing self install was the correct choice. I assumed all I would need to do was plug and play the new HH5 when I recieved it.
However, after reading up a little more I have come across people changing faceplates to go along with their new setup.
I am wondering if this is something (the only thing) that I will have to do on my own? And if it will involve changing wires or just fitting in a new faceplate (possibly an mk2 or mk3?).
Also, as I ordered with self-install am I immediately put onto a "Range B" type connection? If so, is this a problem, will I notice any difference with speeds as I should recieve the max as the cabinet is only just across the road?
I have posted a photo below of my setup as it is now on an ADSL2(+) connection, and would be grateful if someone could shed some light on this, with any advice and/or recommendations.