by Sani96
Explorer

Can I temporarily cut off my own broadband at my discretion?

I was just wondering if I can temporarily cut off my own broadband supply whilst still paying for it at my own discretion. Just turn it on and off when I want, cutting the supply to the internet even if people mess with the box? 

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by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: Can I temporarily cut off my own broadband at my discretion?

Hi @Sani96 

 

You can unplug your router whenever you want.

 

Thanks




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by Sani96
Explorer

Re: Can I temporarily cut off my own broadband at my discretion?

I have 2 broadband accounts at 2 different properties, and I was just wondering if there was any way of me doing it through my account as I don’t have direct access to the box at the moment, and I don’t want to fully cancel my contract. Sorry for not being clearer. 

 

Thanks 

by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: Can I temporarily cut off my own broadband at my discretion?

Doing what from your account?

 

You can't switch off a router from another house  

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