Question about Lands Phones
You were doing fine in the free forums. Your first digit is probably breaking up from the VoIP phone, either it's cutting the audio through on a bounce or the first digit is being resent. A good digit analyzer will prove it. Try dialing 12 anything or 13 anything and see if you ring 112 and 113, or just stop at 2 digits and see if you're still getting 3. I don't have an answer but to try a different VoIP phone and/or look at the ATA.
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
If you had the same VoIP phones and this occurs with all of your phones and the only change you made was moving to FIOS, then contact Verizon. Moving to FIOS is the only variable.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
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