I understand that VM are adverse to voice communication however I have a difficult question to ask. I'm not sure if there is a VM representative here who might be able to put my mind to rest?
It's about where in my flat the VM fibre service will enter from, physically speaking, and how well it is placed so as not to ruin my lounge room aesthetics.
The previous occupants of my flat had the VM service installed and enter through the exterior living room wall, half way up, and right in the middle of the wall between two windows. The fat, what appears to look like a coaxial) cable (not modern lite and slender fibre cable) protruding about 3-4cms before taking a turn down, then being crudely stappled along the plastered wall and stabled to the top of the skirting for several meters... Incredibly poorly placed, an eyesore and very crude.
If I sign up for VM fibre, do I get a choice in where this intrusive fat cable will be placed so that it doesn't become the postmodern, industrial chic focal point of my exterior facing living room wall?
Is it possible to have a 'point' placed on the wall, a plastic little plate and then use a discret narrow fibre cable to run along the skirting or floor edge to the ONT/router?
Thank you very much in advance,