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Wireless telephone interefrence with wireless broadband

I am trying to find a model of wireless phone that will not interefere with a broadband modem BELKIN MIMO

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Hi.. be sure that your router is at least 6-8ft away from any other device such as a modem or phone.. i have the same router and have no intereference with wireless home phone or cellular.. i hope this helps.. what type of interference are u having with your broadband? good luck, donna

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