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My phone 'speed dials' while in the middle of a call

My phone periodically 'speed dials' a number while I'm in the middle of a call.

I use my phone on speaker quite often and will set the phone down on my desk. Periodically, it will suddenly dial a number without any apparent cause. I'm not touching it, yet it dials anyway. It's quite annoying to the other parties on the call, and I can't isolate the reason for it.

I have two different handsets and it happens periodically with both handsets.

I have Vonage VOIP service.

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