No. DSL uses a different frequency range and will not affect voice or fax calls, as long as you attach a filter to every telephone jack you use. The filter blocks noise or possible interference between the data and voice frequency range. In rare instances, there may be noise or interference even with filters attached; if so, your telephone company may have to install a splitter to completely separate the data and voice frequencies.
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