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Topic # 86955 15-Jul-2011 19:53
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Seems our neighbours have the same phone as I can hear them dialing sometimes.

Does anyone know of a way to stop this happening?


(gave me and a mate a good laugh on a 20min covo just before)

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  Reply # 493835 15-Jul-2011 20:44
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Move?



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  Reply # 493837 15-Jul-2011 20:46
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That's how I ended up like this! Laughing
Wish we could have stayed where we were (heatpump etc...)
Rental FTL Frown

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  Reply # 493874 15-Jul-2011 21:54
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Don't really understand how this is possible. While it has been broken DECT uses a cipher and encrypts data between the base set and handset. It's not like the old days with analogue phones!



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  Reply # 493887 15-Jul-2011 22:40
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That's what I thought too!
I'm going to unplug the base and then re-assign the two handsets again tomorrow when the house is awake.
I know it's not the kids because they were asleep while i was on the main handset, the other is next to my bed!
I should actually record it next time and then send the recording to uniden because they obviously have an encryption problem!

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