I currently live in a 1930s semi in SW London (Ewell exchange) and am considering switching to a FTTC connection. I'm not sure if the way my phone line is wired into the house is "standard" and therefore if it isn't would I need to pay an additional installation charge for FTTC - I should say that my current ADSL2+ connection works fine.
Thanks in advance for your help.
My current set up is a follows:
1. Black BT phone cable enters the house into the garage
2. The black phone cable goes into a small white box on the garage wall and out of it comes a normal white internal telephone cable
3. This cable goes through a hole in the wall to my hall and into a "BT Openreach" standard faceplate (if you take the front off there is the 'test' socket).
4. There are no other phone sockets working in the house