I'm a part of a social club in Penrose.
Currently, we have ADSL coming in (via one analogue line) to a distribution panel.
From there, it goes out to three extensions (they ring at the same time), which we have (one in the office, one in the kitchen and one in the bar).
If we want to switch to fibre and want to keep the existing phones, we've been told that we need to keep the existing analogue line.
We can then have fibre too, but we'll end up with two bills. One for fibre and one for the analogue line.
Someone else tells me that if the router, which is provided, has an analogue port, we can just connect this to the distribution panel and we're sorted (as long as the fibre is delivered with some sort of a voice service)
But none of the providers, who I've spoken to, offer a modem with an analogue port.
Another solution would be to get a fibre solution with a voice service. And then replace the three phones, which we've already got, with DECT phones with an extender.
Ideally, we would like to keep the existing 3 phones.
Are there really no other solution than paying for both fibre and an analogue line, if we want to keep the 3 existing phones???