I have a question that I would be grateful if anyone here can answer (Virgin media don't ever seem to understand my question!)
I am currently a BT customer. I have a BT line running into the house which then splits into three separate lines (via a junction box) for a phone/broadband socket in three separate places in the house.
I am considering getting a Virgin media line installed (TV phone and broadband package).
I understand that they install a new line and a new master phone socket. What I want to understand is will I be able to use the existing network of three copper cables running to three separate phone sockets- i.e. could the Virgin line somehow be connected to this network such that I can still plug a phone or router in to various places in the house and it still work?
Or would Virgin have to install a new phone point in every room and run new wires to each of these phone points?
Lastly, is the Virgin media phone socket still the standard BT style connection- i.e. will I be able to plug in my old phones?
Thanks very much in advance for your input,