If you have an existing analogue phone, in most cases it should continue to work on NBN Fibre connections by just plugging it in to the voice port (marked UNI-V) on the modem or NTD box.
You should consider having another means of making calls in the case of an emergency, like a mobile phone.
Can I have two phones on NBN?
The short answer is, it depends. There are a few things that need to be considered, yes you can plug from the phone port at the back of your modem directly into an existing phone socket and everything may just work ok.
How do I connect my home phone to NBN?
Plug one end of your RJ11 phone cable into the UNI-V 1 port on your NBN™ Connection Box, and then plug the other end into an available phone port on the nearby patch panel. Use another RJ11 phone cable to plug your phone into the corresponding phone port on another patch panel in your home.
Is the Uniden DECT 6.0 compatible with NBN?
2 Answers. It looks like you have a standard, traditional phone (Uniden Dect 6.0), not an NBN-compliant phone. It then translates the signal so that you can plug a standard phone into the VOIP adapter box. But there is no way that you could plug a standard phone directly into your router.
Do you have to switch over to NBN?
To continue having a fixed home phone and broadband service, you’ll need to switch to phone and broadband services on the nbn network. In most cases, you have 18 months to switch, from the date when nbn co declares your area is ‘ready for service’.
Does NBN need a phone socket?
No, you do not need an active phone line to get an internet service on the nbn™. Unlike ADSL, the nbn™ does not require you to have an active landline. Most ADSL customers only have a phone line so they can have an internet connection.
How long do I have before I have to switch to NBN?
Once NBN has announced your area is ready for service you will generally have 18 months to move your landline phone and internet services to the new NBN network, although some service providers might have shorter timeframes.