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Posted on 2004-10-19
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I am from the UK. I want to know what cable I will need to connect my laptop modem to the phone line to dial up to UK.

Is it an RJ11?

Rik.
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Both Canada and the USA use RJ11 jacks.  I hope this helps.
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First paragraph confirms my previous answer.

http://www.lazarsluggage.com/aushoustelte.html
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