Kirklees councillors Phil Scott and Andrew Cooper joined forces to have the pole on Ashes Lane moved.
And after BT carried out an investigation, they agreed to move it to an alternative position.
The spot, which is just below Castle Hill, currently has a floral tribute dedicated to Mrs Diane Lodge, 53, who died on the road last December.
Almondbury Liberal Democrat Clr Phil Scott said: “I am delighted at the news from BT who have taken on board the views of the local residents, myself and Clr Cooper.
“We have been successful in our fight to prove to BT that the pole, in its current location is in a stupid place.
“It’s location was causing an unnecessary obstruction, which could lead to a serious accident.”
The pole had raise concern among residents from both councillors’ wards, who claimed it “narrowed the road.”
Some claimed they had smashed their wing mirrors on the pole and had come dangerously close to an accident.
Newsome Green Party and Valley Independent Clr Cooper said: “I think it certainly makes more sense to move the pole to a nearby field – which is owned by the council.
“We have worked closely with BT to identify an alternative position, which is more suitable for everyone.”