Question about Lands Phones
I recently had the same problem with my internet and cordless phone. I have a cable modem, hooked up to a router, to provide internet for laptop. My phone base for cordless was plugged into the same outlet, and sat next to the cable modem and router. When I moved the cordless phone base as far away from router as possible (6 ft for mine), the problem went away for me.
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
Assuming you have DSL - Verify that you have a DSL filter in the phone line that leads to the base unit of the cordless phone.
Assuming your laptop connection is wireless - See if there is a frequency conflict with your wireless internet and the cordless phone.
If neither of these suggestions help, please reply with specific details regarding your internet connection (Cable/DSL) and the connection of the laptop
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
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