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Sat, Sep 26, 2020 3:27 PM

Network interface device -gray box

Hello,

My neighbor spliced into a wire leading into my Att network interface device outside on my townhouse. Why? Is this typical for townhouses? If not, should I remove? I have no active landline. Thanks RD

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spoom2

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a month ago

Are you sure it was your neighbor?  Could be the drop to your neighbors was bad and the phone tech spliced into yours since it wasn't being used.  So if you're positive it was your neighbor than call and report it to the appropriate group in this link 

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a month ago

Townhomes quite often share nids one bid for both. 

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