Wireless Home Phone

Wireless Home Phone

Wireless Home Phone

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BGA
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Wireless Home Phone

Hi folks, the wireless home phone deal looks good.  I already have my cell service with Fido, and am looking to move my existing home phone number over.  Anyone know if it is possible to pay for the $30 modem with earned Fido dollars?  What is the quality fo the phone line like?  Any and all feedback is welcome.

 

 

 

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Re: Wireless Home Phone

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@BGA wrote:

Hi folks, the wireless home phone deal looks good.  I already have my cell service with Fido, and am looking to move my existing home phone number over.  Anyone know if it is possible to pay for the $30 modem with earned Fido dollars?  What is the quality fo the phone line like?  Any and all feedback is welcome.


I don't know if you can use your fido dollars to buy the modem (I would hope you could) but for the quality of the line, you need only look to the Fido signal at your home. If you get a great signal, then the wireless homephone should too. If you get a horrid signal, then expect the wireless homephone to also get a horrid signal.

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psyling
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I wonder if I can access the Fido wireless mailbox from another phone. I do not see any information about it in the manual.

Can anyone advise re this?

FidoStephane
Community Specialist

psyling
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after using a calling card (calling abroad if it matters) I have a busy signal for 10 minutes. I suppose the phone is not disconnected. I tried to push the button, tp disconnect the cables. Nothing works. So I can not use the phone now.

What should I do?

And one more thing. I have installed wireless router and there was extreme noise while I tried to call.

1) are these two issues connected?

2) how to disable interfernce of wireless modem with the Fido wireless home?

3) how to interruot the busy signals?

10yearfido
I'm an Expert Level 2


@BGA wrote:

Hi folks, the wireless home phone deal looks good.  I already have my cell service with Fido, and am looking to move my existing home phone number over.  Anyone know if it is possible to pay for the $30 modem with earned Fido dollars?  What is the quality fo the phone line like?  Any and all feedback is welcome.


I don't know if you can use your fido dollars to buy the modem (I would hope you could) but for the quality of the line, you need only look to the Fido signal at your home. If you get a great signal, then the wireless homephone should too. If you get a horrid signal, then expect the wireless homephone to also get a horrid signal.