Ive heard sky are horrendous and make in near impossible to transfer your number away from them back to BT.
So what i was thinking was having a second phone line fitted by BT with a new number and using the BT line for FTTC and dedicated fax line. And Keep the sky line for calls and downgrade to the free broadband and use that as a backup. (keeping the phone number is well worth paying the extra 11 quid to sky and being safe in knowing its kept)
How would I / They go about this i presume i ring bt and tell them i want to join but will need second line because of sky but will they need to fit a second wire to the house or is it down the same wire but a second NTE.
Thanks for any advice.
forgot to mention that the FTTC with ask4 is via the digital region network not anyting to do with BT FTTC if that makes a difference at all.
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Edited by acpsd775 (Thu 21-Jul-11 21:15:52)