Ok so i thought i would post this because it may just help someone with their internet speed. I have a running battle with ole Bell up here about service. But part of their last chance before i jump ship was this change.
What you do is purchase a DSL splitter. This is the pdf for the one Bell supplied made by Corning and approved in US and Canada. Pretty simple things really.
There are many different models out there.
What you do is install this at the location where your phone line enters your home. Then from it you run a separate line to a jack you use just for your dsl modem and the other output from the splitter you can take and tap off all your telephone outlets in the house.
After this you no longer need the line filters that were neccessary on each telephone before.
If you have issues or speed problems that relate to loss of dsl connectivity this may be just the trick for you.
So far so good touch wood.
Now i just got to cut the drywall and install a proper jack for the dsl modem.
Hope it helps someone out there.