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No caller id and yes i am paying for it.

It worked before i changed phones i have checked phone it says on i have unplugged still no work. thanks for any help

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There are 2 kinds of signals for Caller ID namely FSK and DTMF (both are technical jargons). Phone instruments need to match the type of signal provided by the local exchange. Different phones support different types of signals. Try setting the signal to the other type by talking to your local exchange office or see if you can switch this within your phone. I would assume the phone is signal fixed, so you may have to get the help from the local exchange office.

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