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Second Telephone Line
Does anyone know how much it costs to get an extra phone line installed to a house?
Looks like it dpeneds on what is involved.
Found this on the Telecom site:
I was thinking about the same thing. Getting a second line to run a seperate business ADSL on. Want to keep the two connections seperate.
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It depends where you are, i.e. in a high dentisy area.
If there has been a second line connected to the Telecom network in the past then it's $52.10, however if not you will be up for site visit fee and connection.
Best to contact 123 and they will be able to tell you.
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