Awhile back we had a new electrical service put in, and they put in a whole new service mast and the works. But the old service mast is still sitting there because there are other services connected to it. One is the Spectrum cable internet and I've been fighting with their electrical service about it. But the other one is a telco demarcation point for an analog phone line. I know the demarcation points are the property of the company and so forth, but as far as I can tell the telco that installed this no longer exists and none of the telcos I've contacted have wanted to come out and move or remove it.
So in this specific situation, where there is no longer mains voltage going to the mast, and no telcos want to take responsibility for the box, can I remove it? If not, who else can I call?
EDIT: I realized that the cable from the demarcation point is still connected back to the pole. I thought I had previously seen that it was disconnected. I'll have to convince a telco to do something about it.