Although I've cancelled my alarm monitoring contract, my alarm system is still sending test calls daily at an approx cost of 50c a day. I'm about to connect to the NBN so I know that when the landline goes, the calls will stop. I've done the right thing and asked the monitoring company to decommission the alarm but am getting nowhere with them. Will killing the calls by moving to the NBN cause any issues with ongoing use of the alarm?
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It should not cause any local issues with the alarm but it might cause issues with your NBN connection. The alarm should be disconnected from your telephone cable before transferring to the NBN. It would be best to get a professional to disconnect the alarm and central splitter. Some of these alarms are wired so that if disconnected all the other Telephone sockets are disconnected.