I have recently had BT Fibre to the house installed. One thing I completely overlooked, is that my original copper house wiring will be completely unused. For some reason I thought just the broadband would come fibre optically, and the phone would still remain the same.
Anyway the copper master socket is in the living room together with the new fibre connection next to it. The house has some internal copper wiring allowing a phone in the bedroom and the kitchen. This was installed when we moved in, and don't know exactly how it works but it seems there is a Socket which sits directly over the master socket and this provides the connection to the other sockets around the house.
I would really still like to use this wiring and connect the phone to the socket in the kitchen (as before) but don't know how to accomplish this.
I would also like to add that I know this is strictly not a broadband question so maybe in the wrong forum, and also that I could use a phone system that has a hub connected directly to the fibre phone point and a wireless phone in the kitchen, I'd like to call this plan B. I have also tried to phone BT support but the kind african gentleman said it was not possible, although to be honest I didn't understand much he was saying.
So in short I have a fibre phone socket next to a copper phone socket, how can I connect one to the other?
All answers welcome, thanks in advance.
Edited by rjleiser (Mon 07-Jan-13 20:02:37)