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Cordless phone conflict with wireless home computer router

I have a Uniden WDECT 3355 + 1 cordless phone and recently friends have told me it is cutting out and in often during conversations. THe time this started seems to have roughly coincided with the time I bought a Dynalink DYWRT54 wireless router to link the 2 computers at home. It has been suggested to me that the wireless frequencies of the 2 devices are conflicting somehow, causing poor voice quality, and one other friend found this with a similar situation and solved it using a phone with a different wireless frequency. Is this the problem?

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    uniden tru-9485-2 all handsets cut in and out and crackle while speaking - only had phones for less than 2 years and have been doing it now for several months

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It looks like it's been solved by purchasing a new 1.8GHz phone- the new one seems to be having no problems. The retailer shop man said they often hear of this type of problem and recommend the 1.8GHZ models -- wish they'd told us that before we bought the previous one!!!

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