Question about Vtech Lands Phones
There is a solution which is easily implemented if you have discontinued phone service from your landline carrier.
1. Find the "block" where the landline enters your home and disconnect the wire which enters the block from the phone co.
2. At this point the wires in your home are "dead". If you had a dial tone before, you should no longer.
3. From your t-mobile@home router connect the phone line output to one of the regular phone jacks in the wall.
4. You should be able to now connect your vtechs to any outlet in your home --- regardless of the distance from the router.
5. You also can use your old regular wired phones if you wish to.
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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