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Battery charge length of time

Can I leave my phone off its base and take it to the bedroom over night?

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I used to put it on the charge for all night and all day until I read an interesintg post :
http://en.allexperts.com/q/Telephony-Clecs-Long-2450/Cordless-phone-interference.htm

Since I have been doing this, I didnt get any more problems with my phone.

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