BatBoy replied with two things. Nobody comes to the house, and you just use a dangly filter.
You then queried the dangly filter, asking "On a self install?"
as you have an ADSL Nation one. He answered no, just carry on using the ADSL Nation one.
If you had stated originally that you had an ADSL Nation faceplate then he would have given that answer, instead of that you should use a dangly filter.
I hope that settles the confusion, but would add that if and when FTTC does arrive at your house then although your ADSL Nation faceplate will work it would be optimal to replace it with an Openreach VDSL2 Mk3 interstitial filter plate and refit your original NTE5A to the front of that, if you still have it.
The reason being that the newer VDSL2 filter plate is to a higher spec and removes a wider range of noise spectrum from the phone wiring side being fed back onto the line.
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Edited by RobertoS (Fri 08-Jul-16 23:16:57)