So our house was rewired with telephone points in most rooms, so that we could have landline phones around the house. While we rarely get landline calls, the ones we do are from elderly parents so we still need the option. Now it looks like the wiring will be redundant as our provider says that they are replacing the copper land line with a VOIP phone using fibre internet. Which means we can plug one landline handset into the router. This is quite inconvenient as the router is not where we want the landline handset to be. Is there anyway we can use our existing hard wired phone points or the adjacent Cat 5 points to get the handset where we want it? I don’t suppose anyone has any clever ideas on how we could repurpose the copper wired phone points around the house. Or are they now completely redundant?