Question: Does FTTP Need A Phone Line?

Would I need a phone line if I am on an FTTP contract?

Fibre broadband is delivered separately to a phone line so in engineering terms no, but some contracts from ISPs state you need a phone line.

Please speak top your ISP to determine your options.

Can you have Fibre optic broadband without a phone line?

M350 Fibre Broadband.

Virgin Media’s fibre optic broadband operates independently of the national telecoms network once owned and still mostly looked after by BT. It means Virgin Media can give you broadband with average speeds of 362Mb, with no need for a landline.

Is a phone line required for broadband?

Most broadband providers use BT’s (www.bt.com) copper wire telephone network to deliver an internet connection to your home, and that requires an active phone line… so line rental is almost always included when you take out a broadband package. Read on and we’ll take a look at how you can get landline-free broadband.

How do you connect a landline phone?

How to Set Up Landlines

  • Plug one end of the telephone cable into the appropriate port on the base of your landline phone.
  • Plug the other end of the telephone cable into the appropriate wall outlet.
  • Insert the appropriate end of you phone’s DC power adapter into the appropriate port on the base of your landline phone.

What is FTTP connection?

FTTP, also called Fiber to the Home (FTTH) is a pure fiber-optic cable connection running from an Internet Service Provider (ISP) directly to the user’s home or business. Fiber optic cables are made of one or more optical fibers, which are designed to carry light.