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Feb 21, 2005

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Larry Cannell

BTW, AT&T CallVantage claims to support fax and modem.

I am considering switching to either voip or just adding another phone to our cell phones' family plan ($20 w/Verizon). However, we have kids in the house and we need an answering machine, a "regular" phone for the kids to use ("anyone see where the home cell phone went?!!", which would be worse than losing the tv remote), and a modem connection for the Dish receiver. I also like the "Do Not Disturb" type of features and I don't need any long distance (using the cell plan for that).

The only thing missing for the average user would be installation. This requires connecting the TA to the cable modem and the phone block (so no need to deal with rewiring).

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