We had to connect our DECT phone to the virgin hub for VOIP after the line socket suddenly died some months back. This locates it in close proximity to the hub, which is causing interference with the bluetooth subwoofer's connection to our soundbar.
It's difficult to move the phone as there are obstacles [e.g fireplace] to prevent long cable routing.
Are there any wireless solutions I could use to connect the DECT phone to the hub, enabling us
to put it on the other side of the room where it has always been?
Thanks for and advice.
BT offers such a thing on its 'Digital Voice' home phone setup with a wifi adapter to allow a standard phone to be plugged in at a remote location. There are some wide-ranging reports on how well it works though. Don't think VM offers anything similar.
If you still have the original telephone socket in your preferred location, then you need to make a link between the phone socket on the back of the VM hub and your existing (now defunct) telephone wall sockets.
As far as routing the phone cable to do that goes, it may be possible to follow the route of the coax cable to the hub (if that goes outside/minimises wiring routes) and possibly make a link to the pre-existing phone sockets in the omnibox outside. If you have another existing telephone wall socket nearby you could possibly link into that, if it is still linked to the others in the home. Obviously this all depends on how, exactly, your existing setup is arranged, existing cable routes etc.