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It well could. If you have that much static, then at the least your speed would suffer. The filters would filter out the phone signal, but not the underlying reason for the static. You need to have AT&T check their line. Assuming the problem isn't inside your home, and your responsibility. You could also query AT&T about your issue, as surely they have encountered it before. A Guy
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