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Oh no, is this still giving you fits? If so, can you take a look at our Post setup issues section? It's worth a shot so please keep us posted with how things are going.
I'm also annoyed with this thing. I was basically forced to order linelink to replace tmobile's defunct @home service, a service that I found to be dependable for almost ten years. Tmobile sent me a termination letter, saying that they were discontinuing @home service, and that I should order their similar linelink service. It isn't similar at all. The call quality is inferior (distorted), calls are randomly dropped, and the caller id is number-only (no name). Also, if I'm dialing out, the device expects me to be a speed dialer; if I happen to pause to look at the number I'm dialing, it cuts off the call. It really makes me wonder what is driving tmobile these days. It appears to be less service, less knowledgable staff, less dependability, less everything...
"Just installed Linelink and have a a few issues.
My wife has tried calling the kine link number and she is immediately sent to voicemail. It does not ring at the house."
Ours does the same thing and I do not find the answer here. I have to reset the LineLink almost everyday. We do not know we have a problem until someone calls our cell phone to tell us they can not get thru to the land line. Phone has the proper dial tone when trying to make outgoing call, but rings busy. Incoming calls go directly to voice mail. All indicator light normal. How do we correct this?
Also told the charge for LineLink would be $10, no fees or taxes. The first 2 months it was. Now taxes, line fee, 911 fee have added 40+ dollars to the bill. What's up with that bit of false advertising?