Yeah, All I can say is run some Cat5 or 6 to locations where you may want to put phone jacks. Home run it all to your network room. Get a phone distribution module to terminate all the wires. Its a waste to use Cat6 for phone, but if you are like me, most of the phone locations have become additional network jacks. In fact every location in my house (which is 2 per room) got a RG6 + 2 Cat5 cables. Some rooms got more, like the office. We do have a home phone system, but its all off the 1 phone in the office, the rest are wireless handsets.
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