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Have an established line at my home with three jacks/phone for this phone number. Called Verizon and was told that it is possible that one can prepare the existing line to accommodate a second phone number. Apparently, the second phone number can be established from the district office if prepared properly. If not, there is a $100 charge. Looking for the best advice on how to do this. Is there a jack that can replace one existing jack to allow a second phone numer to ring? I am aware that there are two-line phones
Have searched the internet and surprisingly this specific arrangement is not well covered. Seeking an informed response and hopefully links to a how-to with images.
Step by step adding a nd line
looks like a really good walk through with pictures and examples.
And here is a great E-How article
Telephone Wiring Diagram for Standard Telephone Jacks for the Home