So avoid getting 2.4GHz cordless phones. I looked for your FF893 and found a manual but no spec on it's RF use.
Just recently I have moved house and as I use ADSL I need a telephone port where I need it, and I don't. So I thought a wireless router would be a good idea. G or N, I don't know yet, so I want to ask you!
I have a fairly old Audioline FF893 cordless phone and I know 802.11g networks, and old phones both use 2.4Ghz and can interfere, but does 802.11n run on 2.4Ghz or something else. If it does does that mean I should buy a new 5Ghz cordless phone? This will probably be the decision whether I buy 802.11n or g.