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  • The ringing tone is a bit disturbing, and I don't think a few choices there would have been too much to ask for

    • by limonar

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      This is not a cell phone but an ordinary wireless telephone you use in your house. It is one of the most simple wireless phones you will find on the market, but it is cheap and very easy to use, which is what most people need and nothing more than that.

      The design is in black and looks pretty much like any ordinary phone you could

      think of.

      A big display with light on it to see who’s calling even in the dark.

      Very few extra functions really, but there is a key look which disables you of pressing any keys by mistake.

      It also has a phone book to save the name and number of your friends in.

      Like most wireless telephones there is an intercom function, by which you can ...

      • communicate between that actual telephone and the charging station.

        If you, for some reason, can’t find the telephone this is very useful.

        Push a button on the station and the telephone will sound as if someone is calling.

        Although I appreciate simplicity in all sorts of telephones I can not help but to think this one is a bit clumsy.

        Compared to a cell phone for

        example it is much more troublesome to carry around, and to do that would be the purpose of a phone like this one.

        Other than that not too much to say.

        The ringing tone is a bit disturbing, and I don’t think a few choices there would have been too much to ask for.

        It’s too simple to receive a high rating, but yet to user friendly too receive a low one.

    Jerry Ellis says :

    With a phone with multiple handsets is it possible for us to use both handsets to talk and listen to same caller? When we talk to our children we both want to be in on the conversation.
    John says :

    Yes, it would be possible for each of the handsets to function individually on the same call.
    Galega says :

    Yes, you can connect multiple handsets on the same lines. All handsets will receive calls. And, all of them can be used to talk to the person over the phone.
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