I Hear Other Conversations On My Telephone Line

The interference may be caused by radio frequency signals from amateur citizens band (CB) and AM/FM broadcast stations. Sometimes your telephone equipment can act like an antenna for these signals. The installation of a modular filter, obtainable from most stores selling telephone equipment, may help.

There are also a few other things you can try to clear the problem. If you have a Cordless Telephone Unplug it from the telephone jack and AC outlet. Plug in another telephone and place a call. If the problem goes away, your cordless phone is the problem. Note: Some of these phones have buttons to change channels or frequencies. If yours does not, you may want to have it repaired or replaced.

If you do not have a cordless phone, or the problem still persists, the problem may be outside your home. If you are unable to clear the trouble, call our repair service at 611 from your local exchange or 1.888.PTC.COOP (1.888.782.2667) for assistance.

If you have a Corded Telephone Unplug the telephone set from the telephone jack. Plug in another corded telephone set and place a call. If the problem goes away, the problem telephone set may need to be replaced. If the problem persists, the cause may be outside your home. If you are unable to clear the trouble, call our repair service at 611 from your local exchange or 1.888.PTC.COOP (1.888.782.2667) for assistance.