I thinking about switching to Inifinity (from 02 ADSL2+).
Problem is I don't seem to have a master socket. The situation is;
- House converted into three flats.
- Single phone cable comes in from outside into a BT branded white box in communal hall, out of which three cables come (one to each flat).
- In my flat I have four phone sockets, none of which have the typical master socket faceplate and none of which appear to have a capacitor in.
Lots of questions;
Is it possible that I don't have a master socket?
Will BT fit one for free?
If so do I need to arrange it as a separate visit prior to the Infinity modem installation?
If I have a master socket fitted does it have to be the one closest to the phone cable entry point or can I choose the one most convenient to the modem?
And finally a non-master socket question!;
Migrating from a LLU ADSL product (from O2) to a fibre product do I still ask for a MAC in the normal way or are they not-required/not-applicable for this situation. I can't see MAC codes mentioned anywhere on the BT installation advice stuff. Is the migration from ADSL to fibre smooth as ADSL>ADSL or would there be a break in service? Perhaps both can co-exist so it's just a case of cancelling the ADSL one the Inifity is installed for the smoothest transition?
Sorry for all the questions, your input would be much appreciated.