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Should I always expect interferences using T-Coil with cordless landline phones ?
I have two Siemens DECT cordless phones at home and they both generate interferences when used with T-coil.
Up to now, the only landline which doesn't generate any interference is a wireline phone.
I'm about to choose a new handset (preferably wireless) but I don't know what to buy. Are there specific brands?
It would be nice if I can find a model that let me choose to use between Bluetooth or T-Coil (or microphone of course).

Cédric

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