I'm currently without an internet connection at home - there's no ADSL signal apparent on the line.
After various tests (different routers/filters/cables inserted via the test socket), my ISP has organised Openreach to come out and perform a 'Pair Quality Test' on the line.
Can someone please tell me if this test just checks the physical telephone cable, or will it pick up ADSL faults too?
If the line passes the test, the visit will be chargeable - so I'm concerned that I'm going to get a bill for a test which won't have any chance of detecting the fault.
Also, apparently if the engineer carries out any other work on the BT network, this would be considered an 'enhancement', meaning the visit would still be chargeable. Does this mean I get charged if the fault is say in the local junctionbox/exchange?
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