Question about Philips DECT5111S/07 Cordless Phone (DECT5111S07)
Is it house mates you don't trust? Is it use of the phone or use of the line that concerns you? Are you concerned about the device disappearing?
If it is the device you are concerned about ... lock it in a closet or cabinet or take it with you. If it is use of the phone line ... disconnect your line from the DeMark (if you are in the USA). There is really no way to prevent a determined person from making unauthorized calls on your line short of having the company suspend your service while you are gone.
Best thing to do is have a talk with your house mates ... remembering there is allways the bill that comes at month end.
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