Question about AT&T Lands Phones
Posted by Anonymous on
Go out side with your phone and a cord connected to it. Open up the gray box on the side of the house. there should be some telephone lines plugged in. Unplug the top one and plug your phone in to it. If there is no static then it is in your wires in the house. If there is still static call the phone company and have them fix it because it is there lines not yours.
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