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Panasonic KX-TGE233B Expandable Cordless Digital Phone with Large Keypad - 3 Handsets

$89.95


Panasonic Cordless Telephone User Manual

At $134, the Panasonic Cordless Phone system we've selected is the most expensive of our final five. However, you get five handsets and a high-quality answering machine for this price. The Panasonic's feature set is excellent. It includes a phone book that could potentially hold 3,000 numbers, caller ID, call transfer, and conferencing options. You can use Bluetooth to pair up to two cell phones with your Panasonic cordless phones, giving you a completely integrated home or office set-up. The Panasonic's price might seem a bit high at first glance, but it's a great value as a whole, and it's extremely popular with customers.

Cordless phone systems can be handy for moving around the house or office -- but when you're having issues with your system, you may have to try a few steps to get the system working again. Panasonic sells cordless phone systems that come with just one phone handset, as well as systems that have multiple handsets connected to the same base unit. Some problems can stem from having more than one handset, but for the most part the issues stem from poor connections, insufficient power or electrical interference.

Panasonic Cordless Telephone User Manual

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Panasonic Cordless Telephone User Manual

None of our finalists are short on functionality, but the Panasonic Cordless Phone takes its functions to a higher level. Owners enjoy standard features like call waiting, transfer, conferencing, and caller ID. (The Panasonic's caller ID can store only 50 numbers, but its phone book memory can store up to 3,000 numbers!) Talk time, at 13 hours, is the longest on our shortlist. Standby is 11 days. Owners enjoy up to 18 minutes of digitally recorded answering service messages. Usefully, owners also enjoy the potential for call blocking. The Panasonic offers plenty of secondary functions, as well -- too many to list here. Most owners are happy with the sound quality of this phone.

So, how do you try to win this Panasonic cordless phone system? Let me enumerate the basic rules. Please read them carefully; there will be a test.