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Echo on phone line

I can't stop my phone from echo-ing. I have wireless internet in the house but don't think that would interfere?? It's been doing this since I bought it and am thinking about getting another type of phone but don't really need it since this is fairly new (6 mths). It sounds very hollow to me but the person on the other end says they hear the echo.

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What do you mean by echoing? like what you say echos? if so that happens to all phones even the best its just something youll have to get used to or get a new one thats less ..."echoy" If you ever need anymore help with electronics questions pleases dont hesitate to ask me at dragon_rage27@att.blackberry.net
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