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    Whats in the box?

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      Whats in the box?

      Hi there
      Signed up on the 28th, rang BT using 150 and checked line orders, order was placed on the 29th and will be active on the 5th Sept...with luck.

      Just wondered what comes with the router apart from the box and filters, I'm not using the wireless so will i need to buy a cable for my ethernet card to the router or do they provide one?

      Cheers
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      Got home to find a card from Parcelline. Called round at the depot and low and behold it was my Router!

      Comes with 3 filters, power pack, phone line and ethernet cable. Installation CD and book.

      So not bad from ordering on monday night and got the box delivered in 4 days, hopefully might get the letter confirming the activation date soon!
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      Arghh!!... I got a draw full of those B****y filters

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      Might be 2 draws full soon!

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      Quote Originally Posted by Lawman View Post
      Arghh!!... I got a draw full of those B****y filters

      Likewise never use them as I have filtered face plates on all my phone points
      Ray

      Some Advice.. Its always advisable to inform your old ISP as soon as you have migrated that you have moved.
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