Verizon will sell a cordless phone with DSL in the base: I lament the long-lost HomeRF, which integrated data, streaming media, and telephony long before its time, but died because of a regulatory issue, speed, and clarity in marketing early products. The Westell phone system that Verizon has licensed incorporates a DSL modem into the phone's base and uses 5.8 GHz for voice transit; it's also an 802.11g Wi-Fi hub. The phone has a display that offers primitive contact, calendar, and information services.
Verizon first discussed Verizon One in early 2003, then showed a demonstration at an investor's event in Jan. 2004. The photo at upper right is from that event, and may or may not look like the Westell product: there are no product shots available yet. The product works with Verizon's iobi, too.
Now if Verizon would follow Verizon Wireless's lead, they wouldn't allow regular VoIP over the Wi-Fi network on this system, because nobody ever promised that Wi-Fi that you bought as part of a home networking system would be free to use for any purpose, right? Wait, I'm channeling a Motorola spokesperson.