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DCT 646 I have 2 dct646 phone setups which include 2 base stations and 2 charging stations. What I have now is 1 base station plugged into my wall jack which is a verizon service hooked to it. The other base station is plugged into a broadband modem. At the present I only have 1 phone that will work on my broadband line and 3 phones work off of the original verizon line. How can I make 1 of these 3 phone work with the broadband line ? So that I will end up with 2 phones for each system.

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  • saifk5152 Jan 07, 2009

    Keeps on giving the message "connecting" BUT no dial tone.

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If you have a phone that works off a broadband modem, that is a VoIP phone. That will not work with a home phone line. I'm assuming Verizon is your local Telephone carrier that provides your local dial tone.
The broadband modem would have the phone number of whatever VoIP phone service you have.

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