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Connection in new property - multiple connections

I'm shortly due to be moving into a new property and found a number of connections. Would I be right in thinking the wall boxes are redundant and the internet connection is fed through the set of cables pictured feeding in through the wall on the left instead? Thanks.20210328_101125.jpgc.JPGd.JPG

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Hi there

I should be able to check on our systems for you to see when it last had service

I'll pop you a private message to take some details and we'll check it.

Thanks 

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Thanks for your help Christy. I've responded to your private message.
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The cables on the left look like sky cables. No good for Virgin. Take the cover off the oblong white box and see whats in there. Looks like a cable box. Have a look outside for a usually brown box and trace any cables from there.
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The left-hand white box is the cable connection, you can see the F socket on the left hand side. This is where the VM quick start cable will go. The right-hand box is an old VM telephone connection, they are not used now days, the telephone circuit come from the VM hub. The two “shotgun” cable are to a sky dish.


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