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Using 2 phones at same time.

When am talking on the phone another person cannot hear or speak on the other phone of the same unit.

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Most units can only "talk" with one unit at a time, because they are using a set freq. for both sides of the conversation. (think walkie-talkies of children) you can't talk and hear at the same time!

Posted on Mar 09, 2009

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