Thursday, 2 October 2008

Faster Broadband

Right, old phones in th UK had a wire specifically to make the phone make a noise (ring) when someone was calling your number. Modern phones dont need that wire as tone dialing took over from pulse dialing years ago. The bell wire as it is known is still in the phone line and terminates in the master socket in your house. Apart from being there and doing no harm it attracts electical currents from the surround envirnment and as it is wrapped up right next to your phone line these voltages affect your broadband connection. BT have a solution that could be offered with new connections or to troublesome connections but ...

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1 comment:

Audun said...

Ah, so that's why anal-ogue phone plugs have got 3 pins while only 2 are ever connected.


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