can multiple cordless phones be used on exede voice

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I just added exede voice. We have the multiple cordless phones in the house. Does any know if these phones will work like on the landline service?
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Posted 6 years ago

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If the base is plugged into the Voice Adapter, and the other phones just need to be plugged into the wall outlet, then there should be no problem. If this is not the case, please send me an email to with your contact information and I can get you over to our Voice Department for additional information.  Thanks.
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I can't get used to the delay, you're always talking over the other party. and they do charge you extra when you use it alot. Not much but last month my bill was $5 higher.
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The only things you should be charged extra for are directory assistance and calls outside the 50 states, D.C. and Canada. You should ask for an explanation for what the extra $5 was for. If you find out, please let us know.
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There are additional charges each month for federal, state and local taxes, and federal line access charges. For me, that amount to about $8.00 a month,
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The phone system is not that good. This month was $5 less, I took it off direct deposit, and will pay only what we agreed from the start, each month.
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I did call and they said taxes, I know what they told me at the start. I didn't realise the phone would be packaged with my internet ( which I Like )  although I ordered it 2  months after my internet. They combined the billing, there is just a 6 month contract on the phone. I will be closing the phone.
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I am not sure about this but it should work and you can also read more about this online or ask some customer care expert about this issue.
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I adapted to the slight delay in voice service. Regular landline service is duplex, meaning both sides are transmitted and heard simultaneouly. I think Exede Voice is simplex, meaning only one side at a time is transmitted, usually the one that is loudest.  If you don't try to interrupt the person on the other end, and vice versa, it should work okay.  I've also noticed a slight delay after picking up the phone to answer a call before I can be heard, so the calling party doesn't hear my hello unless I wait a second or two before speaking, or just say hello twice.  My 6-mo promo rate just expired, but Exede Voice is way cheaper than my former AT&T service with a couple of features I had to pay for like call waiting, call forwarding,  3-way calling and voice mail. Not to mention long distance and local toll charges.  I ported my longtime landline number to Exede Voice after a month of trial period. It works for me. Not perfect, but good enough for the money paid.
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Nicholas, thank you for the commendation (: So nice to hear you're a happy
customer and are enjoying your service. If you ever need anything, just send us
an email to and we will be there to help. Have a good

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