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Back before smartphones, when dinosaurs roamed the earth, people spoke on phones that connected to the wall with cords. A telephone cable may be out of vogue, but you can use these cords to connect other peripherals, such as a fax machine, wired modem, or cable box.


Compatible with DSL splitters, a telephone cable extends your existing cord, or connect multiple devices to one source. For some, it may mean replacing the vintage cord on their antique phone.