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I have the same problem, too. (I also have Time Warner Cable.) I contacted Time Warner and the service rep told me it must be on the other person's end. I have trouble believing that though, because everyone on the other end seems to complain of the same problem when I call them. Did you find out what was wrong with your problem? I think it might be the phone system I'm using, so I wonder if it would still beep on the other end if I buy a new cordless phone? Are you in southern California? I notice I also have to keep resetting my modem and wifi router for the internet too (sometimes multiple times in the same hour) because the internet stops working. (My internet is also Time Warner Cable.)
No, that is not due to battery. Your mouthpiece or receiver's earpiece might be bad. To make sure, please record something and try playing it. If you can hear what you recorded, your mouthpiece is fully functional. Now test whether the receiver earpiece is not working. Tell the receiver to set his phone is speakerphone mode. If he can hear what you say in speakerphone mode, then the receiver's earpiece is not fully functional.
Hope this helps.