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ZEN authentication problems
In article , Peter says...
The previous ISP didn't acknowledge requests to get off the line (they
are in a total mess as far as I can tell), so I did it by asking BT to
change the phone number! Perhaps this is a part of the problem; the
previous ISP still "owning" a part of the line to Zen?
it doesn't work like that. Merely changine the number doesn't change the
physical wiring, and that's what the ADSL service is tied to.
For a clean line without ADSL you would have needed a complete
installation of another physical line into the house. I would think the
previous supplier has still got their hooks into your phone line and
that needs to be removed. Contact Zen again and get them to escalate it
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