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Flat Connection

Hi All,

I am intrested in moving over to virgin from plusnet who I`m currently with as it`s up for renewal and I want Sky sports and BT sports under one easy package.

I live in a ground floor flat, the block next to me you can see the Virgin box on the side of the building but not on my block, however the lady upstairs in passing says she gets Virgin internet. Before I sign up I want to make sure my block has a cable in it so to not to cause to many problems. After routing around in the utlitlies cupboard I found the below picture, would this be the cable going into the building which if so I could be added to this cable?

Many Thanks for your help

Richard

 

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Re: Flat Connection

IMG_20190626_213627.jpgIs this the cable connection?

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Re: Flat Connection

certainly looks like VM but whether its a main cable or just the input for the flat that already has VM is the question - they can split a feed and commonly do in flats 

you will need wayleave or permission from the owner if you rent - best bet is to give VM a ring and see what they say

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Almost certainly VM. I would say the top cable is the incomer and the other two feed to users hubs/V6.


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