How much will it cost to relocate my BT services?

Published 18/05/2004 16:18   |    Updated 27/02/2009 15:15
How much will it cost to relocate my BT services?

When the BT Relocations team begin the process of moving your BT services they will carry out a line enquiry for your new property.

 

The result of the enquiry will determine what works needs to be carried out in order to get your BT services installed in your new home.

 

There are three possible connection scenarios, all of which have different associated costs and time frames depending on the state of the telephone line work in your new premises. The new telephone line connection will be one of the following: In-Situ, Pre-Cabled or Non-Insitu.

 

  1. In-Situ: Your line will be In-Situ if the property you are moving into has had telephone service within the last 6 months, therefore all the line work is already in place. The connection fee for an In-Situ line is €25.09 (Inc VAT) and the average timeframe is up to 5 working days.

  2. Pre-Cabled: Your line will be Pre-Cabled if the property you are moving into has all the line work already completed and in place however there has never been an active service on that line before (usually occurs in newly developed properties). The connection fee for a Pre-Cabled line is €49.99 (Inc VAT) and the average timeframe is up to 5 working days.
     
  3. Non-Insitu: Your line will be Non-Insitu if the property that you are moving into has never had any line work done or has had no active service at the new house within the last 6 months. The connection fee for a Non-Insitu is €121.93 (Inc VAT). The time frame can vary depending on what cabling work has been done already in your new house.  

    This will also depend on if your new property is a newly built home or an existing property without service for over 6 months. Once we place the order we will generally have a due deliver date after 10 days, please be aware that this due date is subject to change.

    A telephone technician will need to call to your home to carry out the necessary line work for a Non-Insitu connection.

 

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