I've had linelink since it came out. I wish I would of stayed with my @home service.
I lost name caller ID and a few other perks and the lag in service is terrible.
I just switched plans to the 55+ One and my linelink plan went to $25. If I don't get the bill credit
I did from my previous plan I'm porting out to my prepaid plan I don't pay for. I use about 50 minutes a month.
Well that be no good at all I appreciate th' troubleshootin' ye 'ave done so far wit' tryin' different phones! We would needs t' take a closer look at th' account an possibly open up an engineerin' service request fer this issue. Please Contact Us when ye 'ave a spare moment.
Tagging on agoode's post. I use mine for listening to clients during voiceover recordings and it's extremely distracting, after having decent/good sound with the @home service for years.
I just discovered that while the LineLink device is the only device that has this problem with any of my phones, not all phones are affected.
This simple phone exhibits the problem (only with the LineLink):
I have a uniden cordless phone that does not have this problem. The problem also goes away when passing the LineLink through a Cisco SPA8800 VoIP gateway.
This suggests that there is some high frequency signal not being filtered out by the older phones. I am going to try an old DSL filter and see if that can filter the signal.
I tried a couple of DSL filters, but they didn't help. I guess they are not exactly the right filter.