I have a reason for replacing one of my four corded phones with a cordless one and wonder if it will cause any problems.
The replacement will be connected to the master socket and the others will remain connected to the extension sockets.
The extension wiring was installed when the house was built, around 24 years ago and everything has always worked perfectly. My router is also connected to an extension socket and I have FTTC with a speed of around 58 Mbs, which suits me just fine.
I appreciate that, although FTTP is not likely to happen here anytime soon I will be transferred to digital phone before then and will have to change my current arrangements, but for now all I want is one cordless phone to work alongside the others and simply want to avoid any possible issues.
I am I likely to encounter any problems?
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adding a cordless phone should not affect your current setup
No problem at all having a mixture of corded and cordless phones.