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Re: My review of Fibre in Zurich (FTTH/Init7/EWZ)

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It must depend on the current setup in your house. Do you mean you only have 3 sockets overall in your house or 3 sockets in various rooms throughout the house?
I have the following sockets:
FTTH: 1, in the lounge
ISDN: 4, in the lounge, study, and in 2 bedrooms
Telephone: 6: in the lounge, study, and in 4 bedrooms
Cable: 6: in the lounge, study, and 4 bedrooms

Of course, you add sockets as you wish to the rooms of your choice

Some may be existing (all mine were), or if not existing, you need to add the sockets

With FTTH, it's a little bit different: the FTTH must terminate on one router. You cannot "split" the signal to different sockets like you can with ISDN, Telephone and Cable.

But you can certainly add extension cables to the fiber and fit another socket somewhere else.
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