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1. SONY SPP-A946 900MHz Cordless
2. Panasonic KX-TC1743B 900 MHz Cordless
$23.99 list($49.99)
3. AT&T 9345 900 MHz Cordless
$199.00 list($69.99)
4. VTech 1511 900 MHz Digital Cordless
5. VTech 2960 900 MHz 2-Line Digital
$31.34 list($39.99)
6. Northwestern Bell 392301 900 MHz
7. Toshiba FT8000 900MHz Cordless
8. GE 26730GE1 900MHz Cordless Phone
9. Sony SPP-SS965 900 MHz DSS Cordless
$28.99 $24.88 list($29.99)
11. AT&T 9230 900 MHz Cordless
12. AT&T 2455 2.4 GHz DSS Cordless
13. Panasonic KXTC1870 900 MHz Duplex
14. VTech 1421 900 MHz Digital Compact
15. VTech 900 MHz Digital Cordless
16. AT&T 9452 900 MHz 2-Line Cordless
17. Panasonic KXTG2670N 2.4 GHz DSS
18. AT&T 7720 Cordless Digital
19. AT&T 9230 900 MHz Cordless
20. AT&T 9400 900 MHz Digital

1. SONY SPP-A946 900MHz Cordless Telephone with Digital Answering Machine
by Sony

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Asin: B00007FON8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 2173
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Sony offers an SPP - A946, a single-line cordless phone with digital answering machine. Analog 900MHz is used for extended range thanks to superior transmission technology and you can carry your cordless phone further-and still carry on a conversation. The base speakerphone feature lets you answer incoming calls at the base. The tapeless digital answering machine records up to 15 minutes of conversation, counting your messages and audibly indicating them. All messages are written in permanent flash memory so you will never suffer a loss of a single second of conversation. The LCD Display on base unit performs call screening. Intercom lets you talk between handset and base unit. Page signal initiates intercom contact in either direction. ... Read more


  • Analog 900MHz reception for clear signal and extended range
  • Tapeless all digital message storage (up to 15 minutes)
  • 7 hour talk time and 7 day standby
  • Handset and base keypad
  • Integrated speakerphone

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent value!
This is a great combination phone/answering machine; I had it hooked up in less than 5 minutes.Excellent sound quality which is critical for me, as I am hearing-impaired.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good buy
I have had this phone for nearly 2 years and have to say that I am satisfied. The sound quality is very good and the I love being able to page the handset from the base. Great speakerphone but the lack of battery backup bothers me still. A pretty good buy.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great durable phone
I have had this phone for a good 5 years.I have dropped it countless times and it still works excellent!
Great phone - Great price.

4-0 out of 5 stars last longer than other phones
I have had this phone for about 3 years going on four.. I bought the phone for the range. And at that time that was the highest range now they have 5.3 I believe.. Anyway the phone still works like a charm.. I have another phone in the living room and Panasonic and quiet frankly I am not happy with the phone.. But my Sony takes a licken and keeps on ticking.. The battery doesn't run down as fast as the other phone. And I can leave it off the base for more than a day with out having to charge it up..

2-0 out of 5 stars A disposable phone for a throwaway world
This product functioned suitably while it lasted. Unfortunately, it was only about 18 months. I replaced the Nicad battery twice at a cost of almost $20 per pop. And yes, I DID run the battery down as recommended and did not have it constantly on the cradle. The sound quality was relatively good and the ability to page the handset from the base was nice. The speakerphone was also relatively good. A huge complaint-No battery backup. Everytime the power went out, everything-remote access codes, basic settings and OGM had to be reset. I generally love Sony products. Not this one, however. I am still looking for a replacement. The handset is completely dead-not the battery this time. Save your money. ... Read more

2. Panasonic KX-TC1743B 900 MHz Cordless Phone with Caller ID, Answering Device & Speakerphone (Black)
by Panasonic
list price: $89.99
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Asin: B00005K2QE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 20306
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Panasonic KX-TC1743B digital cordless telephone operates on the 900MHz frequency for extended range and clarity and more secure conversations. The fact that this model is digital, helps to secure phone calls from potential eavesdropping. This phone is also Caller ID compatible. When used in conjunction with Call Waiting Caller ID, the Call Waiting Caller ID feature will display the caller's information on the multifunction, backlit, three-line LCD display located on the handset - even if the user is currently on another call when the second call comes in. A Caller ID memory with dialer for later review and instant callback capability of received calls is also viewable via the handset display. A Direct Dialer button provides "one-touch" access to an emergency or often-used phone number.A Digital Duplex Speakerphone - the tool for multiple party conversations - is included in KX-TC1743B. Digital circuitry helps reduce the echo and dropout commonly found in speakerphones and allows more natural sounding conversations. Built-in all-digital telephone answering systems record up to 15 minutes without the mechanical woes associated with cassettes, and let users instantly hear, save or delete individual messages. These models also allow users to administer outgoing and incoming messages remotely from any telephone with voice prompts to aid the process. Each message is affixed with a time/day stamp, so you'll always know when the call was received. The phone has New Message Playback for listening to newly received calls and a two-digit LCD call counter for viewing the number of calls received. Other features include a lighted handset keypad, dual keypads, and two-way paging/auto intercom for communication between the base and the handset. Additionally KX-TC1743B has hold/flash/redial; call screening and toll saver are included too. ... Read more


  • 900 MHz digital operation
  • Call waiting/caller ID with 50-station memory
  • All-digital answering system with 15-minute recording
  • 50-station phone directory and dialer
  • Digital duplex speakerphone, lighted handset keypad, and base-unit keypad

Reviews (60)

2-0 out of 5 stars Not reliabile
Features wise this phone is OK, but it broke within one year after purchase day.

The sound in the headset became so quite, that you can only hear it in the very quite room, even on the loudest mode.

The phone shut itself down every one or two week and you have to unplug it from the power outlet for about 10 min and then plug it back, so it's start working again.

The speakerphone microphone is not sensitive enough, you can only use it within 2 feet from the base, otherwise other party will not hear you.

The buttons on the headset very hard and sometime is impossibleto press.

My friend also bought Panasonic phone (different model), guess what, it broke within one year too.

I have Panasonic TV, DVD player and microwave oven and they work just fine for a few years now.Based on my own experience and also reading other people reviews, I think Panasonic has a very big reliability problem with their phones and they should address this issue ASAP.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Phone!!!!
In reading the reviews I thought I'd add my 2 cents since I've owned this phone for *at least* 5 years now with no problems. I got online to try and help a friend find a new 900 mhz phone so it won't interfere with her wi-fi. I looked up my phone to check the reviews and it sounds like if you get a good one you love it, a bad one it's not so good. My battery so far has been great though I'll probably need a new one pretty soon as the 4+ hr cont. talk time is now down to about 2ish and I can't leave it off the cradle overnight anymore and hold a charge.

However, I wonder if the problems aren't with the battery itself more than the phone. I say this because I also own another Panasonic cordless phone/answering machine and it has many of the same battery issues mentioned here. Overall though I'd say I'd buy this phone again in a heartbeat -- it's easy to use, the speaker on the handset is wonderful, especially when you get stuck on hold, and the range/features make for a very nice package. I've recommended this phone to others who love it as well.

3-0 out of 5 stars An average model
You get what you pay for. I wanted an inexpensive model with Caller ID and voicemail.
Most of the features are just fine. However, the handset is way too quiet and the battery life is just horrible. It would not let you talk for more than 40 minutes - needs recharging.
(I owe that model for over a year.)

5-0 out of 5 stars Visit the Opinion Corner
Phone is so good lookin' as well as functionable you might mistake it for 5.8Gig.Go to the site below read reviews Amazon ranked sale item is in the 700 mark!!!!


1-0 out of 5 stars I Will Not Buy Panasonic Again
I bought Panasonic, because I thought that it was a reliable company that made good products.I chose a phone which I thought would last for at least a year, but I ended up having trouble with this one from the beginning.I contacted the company immediately to let them know that there were problems, but they refused the resolve the matter.I was so disappointed by their lack of response that I boxed up the phone up and ended up with a vtech instead.

I had a lot of problems shortly after purchase with static, with the phone cutting out, and with the range from the base that I was able to walk.It got worse, and pretty soon I had to stand next to the base to talk.Of course, that defeats the purpose of a cordless phone!

After many calls to the company, which only resulted in a run around, they told me to send the phone in at my expense and they would send me a refurbished phone for an additional $50.I told them at this point I was so disappointed in customer service that I just wanted a refund.The refused to give me a refund, and they refused to send me a label to return the product at their expense.I had paid almost $100 for the phone, and they wanted me to pay MORE money for a USED phone!

Having to pay $150 total plus double the shipping cost just to get a used phone that was "refurbished" was out of the question.I boxed the phone up and left it in my closet.It is still there, and I have avoided Panasonic products ever since.(I have, by the way, decided to purchase a vtech, which has never once given me problems.)I am very disappointed in the lack of customer service, the poor quality of the product, and the unwillingness of Panasonic to resolve this issue.It was a complete waste of my money, and I would not reccomend anyone buy Panasonic. ... Read more

3. AT&T 9345 900 MHz Cordless Telephone with Caller ID/Call Waiting (Espresso)
by Advanced American Telephones
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00005I9PW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Advanced American Telephones
Sales Rank: 21648
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

AT&T telephone products reflect a long and distinguished history of product excellence dating back over 100 years. Today, the company's product line is one of the most extensive in the industry, including corded and cordless phones, answering systems, and phone-related accessories. AT&T brings you the best in communication!AT&T 9345 900 MHz phone brings you an ultra-long operational range as well as a host of useful features such as a voice mail message waiting indicator; a 50-name/number Caller ID log; 20-name/number memory entries, to name a few. ... Read more


  • 900 MHz analog cordless transmission
  • Supports caller ID/call waiting
  • 50-Number call log
  • 20-Number speed dial memory
  • Message waiting indicator for voicemail

Reviews (10)

5-0 out of 5 stars Very good phone
Didn't feel like signing in, soI used a kid's form. Contrary to popular belief, this phone is very good. Most of the myths of the phone are horribly fabricated (long wait to talk, doesn't charge). I've had the phone for six years, and am planning on buying more for the other rooms in my home. I would definitely recommend this phone.

1-0 out of 5 stars DO NOT BUY THIS PHONE
I've owned 3 AT&T phones in this line, 2 of which are the 9345 model, the other is the same phone but with the answering machine base and all 3 have had problems within the first 2 years. The screen begins to fade after about a year of regular use, which renders the caller ID and directory completely useless as the numbers become illegible. Contacting AT&T is a joke, as they only issue a standard email telling you to refer to your user manual or the FAQ on their website, neither of which address the fading caller ID screen. The cust service phone number is equally frustrating, as you get only recorded responses and cannot speak to a representative. The final straw with the last phone came when I found that callers could hear me, but I could not hear them. Between the ridiculously short life of its most appealing features (caller ID and 50 number storage) and the utter lack of customer service, I have decided that the quality AT&T used to be famous for is now sorely lacking and I will never purchase another of their phones. Save your money and do some research on other brands!!!

2-0 out of 5 stars I can't hear you.
I purchased this telephone after a series of Uniden phones that broke after any abuse.We own another AT&T phone that has worked fine for about 10 years so I thought this might be more durable.Indeed it may be more durable but that is not the problem.

My main issue with this phone is that even at the highest volume level I still cannot hear the person at the other end of the phone.Some other problems I have encountered is the programable telephone directory which saves your numbers in alphabetical order.This is fine in theory but if you call someone frequently and their last name begins with a Z, you will spend a lot of time scrolling through the directory.In addition, there does not appear to be any way to call someone back from caller ID if they are calling long distance.The caller ID displays the area code and number and there is no way to add a 1 to the number to return the call.

I think that I would have been better off buying a series of Uniden phones that I could have at least used.

1-0 out of 5 stars This Phone Is Horrible!!!!
I have had this phone for less than a year and have had nothing but problems with it since I've had it.First, it takes forever to answer. Then, it doesn't even charge right.So you put the phone on the charger overnight, thinking you'll be able to use it in the morning....but no such luck because it only charges when it feels like it.The base of my phone is completely useless. At this point I can't get my phone to charge at all.This was the worst money that I've ever spent.I might as well get a cup and some string to talk on!!!!

1-0 out of 5 stars Most uncomfortable phone I've ever owned
I know that since the break-up of Ma-Bell, nobody takes any time to design phones for comfort or useabilility, but it seems to me that the designers of this phone went out of their way to make it as uncomfortable as possible. I've had it out of the box for about an hour now, and its going right back where it came from. Pass this one by! ... Read more

4. VTech 1511 900 MHz Digital Cordless Headset Phone
by VTech
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B00004U8JT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: VTech
Sales Rank: 40063
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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The VT 1511 wireless headset is a revolution in cordless telephones. Unlike most other digital 900 MHz cordless phones, the VT 1511 is a completely wireless headset telephone--and one with a very unique space-age design. When using the headset, you have complete freedom of movement. There are no cords or cables to worry about, so your hands will be free to keep working.

In addition to the headset, the VT 1511 comes with a corded desk set with a keypad, from which you can access the 20-number speed dial and intercom feature between base unit and headset. It also comes with an infrared remote-control dial card, which you can use to dial numbers when away from the base unit.

The VT 1511 digitizes your voice using advanced ADPCM digital voice encoding to provide noise- and distortion-free performance. In most conditions, you will not be able to tell you are using a cordless phone. The VT 1511 informs you when another extension is currently in use on the same phone line. It also has an out-of-range alert, even when you're not on the phone. Other features include tone/pulse dialing, 10-channel operation with auto channel selection, spare battery charger in base unit, and a hearing aid compatible receiver.

The VT 1511 uses special memory that is not susceptible to power failures. This provides permanent storage of all memory dial numbers and security codes. With an optional battery pack installed in the base unit, the VT 1511 can provide full operational backup in case of power failure. Calls can still be placed and received on the headset without interruption. With a fully charged battery pack in the base unit, you'll have up to five hours of backup usage time. ... Read more


  • Dual battery charging system
  • Remote headset charging stand; infrared cordless dialing pad
  • Wireless headset cordless phone
  • 900 MHz digital transmission
  • Corded deskset with dual keypad--intercom between headset and base

Reviews (21)

First I must say that I can't understand why they stopped making this phone.This is such a unique product.I am dismayed that it has been discontinued.

I bought my first one on Ebay after having great hearing difficulties.My medical problem actually (at times) distorts sounds on a regular telephone handset... to the point where all I can hear is a vibration but not able to distinguish what the caller is saying.

That medical condition is what prompted me to search for some kind of phone that had dual earpieces and wouldn't distort the voices on the other end.

I took my chances and purchased the Vtech 1511.It actually has been a LIFESAVER for me because I NEED to be able to talk on the phone quite a bit during the course of running my home-based business.


When mine broke / wore out I called Vtech to find out about servicing it and I was told they no longer did since it had been discontinued. I was FRANTIC.

I found another on Ebay and purchased it and was off an running.

Recently I came across one on Ebay and bought it just to put it in the cupboard for when and if I need this phone again someday.

I think I could not live without this product... and I RARELY say that about anything.

It is crystal clear... gives you total freedom... and the fact that the ear pieces don't actually sit "on" your ears was just exactly the type of hearing device I needed.


5-0 out of 5 stars These things are great
I really like my Vtech 1511s.However, they are apparently discontinued by the manufacturer. [...]

It's true that they are a weird configuration where all of the stuff sits on your head, but I think it's more than worth it to not have wires everywhere.Reception is good, for me it worked flawlessly to about 50 feet through interior & exterior walls.

The boom mike can break off if flexed by pulling on it repeatedly.That's a problem.But otherwise, this is some very good engineering from what I see as a usually [...] vendor (vtech).[...], but in the case of the 1511 it's really a [nice] unit.

The charger for the headset is inductively coupled; no metal contacts to corrode.VERY COOL!

The small box hides the fact that in addition to the headset, charging stand, and dial pad, you get a full-on desk unit with intelligently done speed dials (unfortunately not in true executive phone style [extra buttons] but intuitively programmable).It's missing a speakerphone, however.

I worked out of a home office for a year doing a lot of phone consultation and sales, and this thing was great.Unfortunately, one of the units' mikes has broken (due to flexion) and now I don't know whether I should scrounge used units or what.I hope they come out with a very slightly refined version of this great product.

1-0 out of 5 stars Great at first but thin plastic
There is a real fine thin piece of plastic that attaches the side with the microphone. It easily broke after a couple months of use, which made the headset totaly useless. Yet another headset tossed in the garbage.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent
I feel like the phone was in excellent condition and the seller gave superb customer service.Any and all issues were handled promptly.I would recommend anyone to buy from this seller.

5-0 out of 5 stars Really Wireless!! And good sound features.
I'm a mom and housefrau, and I wanted a phone that was truly wireless, with nothing to clip on my belt - that type always falls off or gets tangled or is otherwise awkward for me. When I saw this at a friend's house, I wanted one right away.I couldn't believe it was the only such (truly wireless) model in existence, and that the company had stopped making them ???!!!

Anyway, now I have one, and I am quite (if not 100%) satisfied.


1)Truly wireless and hands-free.

2)Relatively very comfortable on my head; easy to wear for a long conversation. (Earphones not directly on your ears, but above them, so it's not only more comfortable, but if another family member leans in close, they can participate in the conversation and still hear and be heard.)

3)Two phones in one; one cordless headset, one corded deskset.

4)Charging base for headset is *separate* from the corded phone base; therefore it need not be near a phone jack, but needs only an electrical outlet. (Great in our house, since we have no phone jack in the kitchen!)

5)Sound quality, range and clarity seem great - we've had it only one week, but so far it's terrific - even out to the garden.No interference; no cutting out, which we had read that others experienced. Sound quality on our receiver is good, and people tell us it sounds good on the other end. Compared to our old cordless phone it picks up WAY less background noise - very important for a cordless, hands-free phone!

6)Good volume control and range. I have hearing loss - need to turn it up! My husband doesn't - likes it quieter.Other phones have not been loud enough for me.This one is great, but see negative #4, below.

7)It's super-easy and convenient to turn on and off by just flipping the microphone arm down or up.But see negative #3, below. Microphone arm also very adjustable to help adjust volume.

8)Price!Because this phone has been discontinued, you can find it at a huge discount.But act fast - they seem to be disappearing (we're trying to get more for friends/relatives).


1)It's easy to lose the remote dialer, or for it to get separated from the headset - it's little and a separate piece.Of course, that's what makes the phone truly wireless, but it would be great if they could have attached it to the headset in a removeable way - I'm thinking about adding velcro, maybe.

2)The remote dialer is almost too small - keypad is tiny so dialing has to be done carefully and precisely, and it's hard to see the commands like "mute", etc.

3)If you want to nibble or drink or make a private comment to someone in the room without the person on the other end of the phone hearing you - you can't get the microphone of this phone very far away from your mouth without turning off the phone and cutting off the connection! But maybe those are bad phone habits/etiquette anyway.

4)Volume adjustment buttons on headset are a little hard to find by touch and awkward to use, but maybe I'll get more used to them over time.

5)Battery is non-standard. ... Read more

5. VTech 2960 900 MHz 2-Line Digital Phone w/Answering System
by VTech
list price: $88.88
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Asin: B00000JB97
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: VTech
Sales Rank: 37562
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

See who is calling on the other line while talking on a line! Then let the all-digital answering machine record the message if you decide not to answer the call. 900MHz Digital Transmission operates digitally in the higher spectrum of 902-928 MHz, offering better security, less interference, and improved range over analog telephones. Auto Channel Scan automatically selects the clearest available channel for you. The 2-Line Capability lets you connect and use two separate phone lines. Caller ID with Call Waiting displays the name and number of incoming calls, even when you're on another call. Requires subscriptions to Caller ID and Call Waiting from your phone company; service may not be available in all areas. The unit remembers caller's name, number, call date, and time for review, or instant dialing to return the call, now or at a later date. Requires subscription for Caller ID from your phone company, too. The all-digital Answering System uses a microchip to handle messages for quiet, easy operation, without the hassles of tape. Built-in speakerphone provides hands-free operation, allowing you to work on other things, or answering a call when the handset is in another room. The unit also allows conference calls, or the big family call to Grandma, and provides intercom capability. ... Read more


  • Two lines and conference calling
  • Alpha-numeric call waiting/caller ID display
  • 50 caller-ID memory with time/date
  • Two-line digital answering system
  • Speakerphone

Reviews (33)

1-0 out of 5 stars Worst phone I've ever owned
This phone is a total piece of crap not to mention a complete and utter waste of money.My gripes with it are as follows: 1) answering machine is very difficult to operate/program 2) the actual phone itself is uncomfortable to talk into for more than 30 seconds, and 3) for this price range, you could get a much better phone (Panasonic or AT&T).I threw mine away rather than donating it to the poor house.No one needs the extra headache.

4-0 out of 5 stars Decent value
I have had this phone for a little over 4 years. For the first 4 years, it worked fine.Recently the handset does not work reliably; I can hear fine but the microphone & headphone connection do not always work - the other person might not hear you.I mostly just use it's basic features.You can dial the number before connecting to the line, which is nice because you do not have to hear the "beeps" in your ear.Overall, I was pleased with this phone and am considering getting another one to replace the defective version.

4-0 out of 5 stars A Good Deal
The sound quality is great, both for me and for the people on the other end.The functions are awesome, and I really like having an answering machine that works with both lines.The only problem I've found so far is that, as the editorial review said, the advanced features are not as intuitive as I would have liked.I'm going to have to keep the manual handy until I am sure I know how to do everything.

My only other quibble is that someone pasted a little sticker over the one-year warranty, to make it only a 90-day warranty.That's probably because I opted to buy through one of the vendors rather than direct through Amazon, but I still think it's kind of cheesy.

But the phone is great!

1-0 out of 5 stars VTECH not worth the money
I purchased the VTECH phone less than a year ago.The sound quality was terrible, and the phone often frezes up not allowing calls in or out.It must be unplugged an reset to work.

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent value, not high end.
Like all VTechs - great price; acceptable function.I've owned this phone for many years.Reading the negative reviews is disappointing.What do people expect from a phone that does everything for less than $100?The sound and other qualities are adequate, not exceptional.Have your ever made a good recording from a small condenser mike?Try getting closer and speaking quietly.Good range.It is sturdy and reliable.The electrical engineer who needs the manual to set the time should change professions.Just *LISTEN* to the menu. I really like the extra battery serving as power backup - very useful where I live. ... Read more

6. Northwestern Bell 392301 900 MHz Analog Cordless Phone (White)
by Northwest Bell
list price: $39.99
our price: $31.34
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Asin: B00005AK7I
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Northwest Bell
Sales Rank: 47653
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Northwestern Bell Phones markets a broad range of innovative and quality communications products to satisfy a variety of complex consumer demands. Today's consumers in the emerging telecommunications market are offered a huge variety of new and innovative telecommunication products. As telecommunications markets move into various technological telecommunications options such as cable, wireless and Internet telephony, Northwestern Bell Phones is embracing such technologies and consumerizes them into viable growth products.PRODUCT FEATURES: 900 MHz Operation; 40 Channel Autoscan; Compander Noise Reduction; 1 Million Security Codes; 10 Number Memory; Handset Page/Locator; Handset Hi/Lo Volume Control; Headset Jack (Headset not included); Out-of-Range Warning; In-Use LED Indicator; Flash/Mute; Charge/In Use Indicators; Last Number Redial; Power Save; Auto Answer; Battery Quick Charge; Battery Low Indicator; Ringer On/Off Switch; Belt Clip; Desk/Wall Use. ... Read more


  • Page/handset locator
  • 900 MHz cordless phone in white
  • Includes 10-number memory, headset jack, belt clip
  • 40-channel auto scan
  • Illuminated keypad

Reviews (3)

1-0 out of 5 stars It should be ZERO stars
I used the phone for a few weeks, then put it away for a few weeks. When I charged it up to use again, it did not work. I called the customer service number on the phone and got a totally unrelated company who never even heard of these people. So I found a tech support email address on their home page (tech support for the phone, not the page's webmaster, I do know the difference)After a week when there was no response, I bought a new battery and charged it. Still nothing. That was several months ago and still no response from the support email either. It is obvious these people will try to weasel out of the warrantee by not ever finding out what is wrong with the phone. While I pursue it, I bought and am using an AT&T cordless phone. This one remaims plugged in just in case I ever reach someone who will want to try and diagnose the problem.

2-0 out of 5 stars Volume problems
This phone isn't all bad but it's verging on unusable for me. It's a disaster dialing with a headset on, because the touch tones you hear when you dial will deafen you if you set the volume as high as you need to hear the recipient of your call. In many cases the volume simply can't be raised high enough and you can't have a conversation without switching phones. My headset works fine with a similar phone by another maker, and the problem applies without the headset too. Major design flaws include the absence of a mute button and a one-touch volume control instead of separate +/- volume keys. The one-touch key cycles through 3 or 4 volume settings and doesn't display where you are, so you never know if the volume is at max, and so that if you hit the button to hear someone better they are as likely to grow fainter as grow louder, which makes you miss more of what they're saying and infuriates you in the meantime.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Good Low-priced Phone
I bought this as a gift for my mother-in-law.She has a harder time seeing and hearing on regular phones.This one has been working well for the last six months and is easy for her to push the buttons and adjust the volume.

For the category of phones (price and features) this is a great phone. ... Read more

7. Toshiba FT8000 900MHz Cordless Phone (Black)
by Toshiba
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B000051SD5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Toshiba
Sales Rank: 49557
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Reliability. Performance. Technology. Leadership. The Toshiba name means all this and more. Toshiba builds upon this heritage by delivering the industry's most innovative, high-quality solutions.PRODUCT FEATURES: 900 MHz analog cordless phone; 40-channel auto scanning; 7-day standby battery life; Reversible charging system; Any key answer; Handset locator/page; Mute. ... Read more


  • Ringer volume and tone control
  • Programmable digital security code
  • 900 MHz analog phone with 40-channel auto scan
  • 10-number speed dial
  • Volume control with 3 levels

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great phone for every room
This is a great phone that can go in every room of your house, it is so good that I have decided to buy more and get rid of my old cordless phones. It's easy to use and looks smart. ... Read more

8. GE 26730GE1 900MHz Cordless Phone with CDI II (White)
by General Electric
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B00000J07W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: General Electric
Sales Rank: 38977
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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The GE 26730GE1 keeps your conversations sounding crisp, thanks to 900 MHz operation and 25-channel autoscan for the clearest connection. The three-line LCD works in conjunction with Caller ID/Call Waiting services (offered by most local phone companies), storing the names and numbers of the last 40 callers. The phone displays phone numbers as you dial, helping you minimize embarrassing misdials. In addition, the phone can charge while resting face down or face up, allowing you to screen calls by checking the LCD before answering.

The GE 26730GE1 has memory indexes, a digital security system, one-touch redial, a 10-number memory for frequently dialed friends, as well as chain dialing for long numbers like phone card account numbers. GE offers a one-year warranty. ... Read more


  • Reversible charge design--recharges face up or down
  • 900 MHz cordless phone with caller ID/call waiting
  • Caller-ID memory holds up to 40 names and numbers
  • 25-channel auto scan
  • 3-line LCD display

Reviews (2)

3-0 out of 5 stars Okay phone
The talk button is too large and continually hangs up when balancing the phone on your shoulder.The phone does get good reception and the battery has never died on me.

The phone is okay, but not the best I have ever had.But the price is good and you get what you pay for.

3-0 out of 5 stars OK, but wasn't tested enough
This phone is OK as portables go.Battery life is acceptable but not great.Reception is good. It has one major fault in design.The TALK button is large and placed so that if you try to hold the phone with your neck (like when retrieving a toddler from the toliet), it hangs up on your caller.All of my friends and family HATE my phone.If you use your hands to hold the phone (as I'm sure your chiropractor would recommend), this may be a fine phone, but I don't recommend it for anyone with small children (or other things to do with their hands). ... Read more

9. Sony SPP-SS965 900 MHz DSS Cordless Phone
by Sony
list price: $159.99
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Asin: B00001ZWUC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 49910
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Sony SPP-SS965 telephone features High Power Digital Spread Spectrum technology for superior range and interference reduction. Its 900MHz band starts with low interference because it's less crowded than conventional 43-49MHz band. The Digital Spread Spectrum technology provides up to about 100 times more output than other 900MHz systems; so you can carry your cordless phone further-and still carry on a conversation. The Jog Dial feature is used for one-finger access to directory dialing numbers and Caller ID memories; simply push the dial and jog up and down to find the entry you're looking for; push the dial again to dial the number! Dual Backlit LCD Displays (on handset and base) allow you to easily see Caller ID and other information even in a dimly lit situation. Caller ID with Call Waiting allows you to screen the phone number and name of an incoming second call while you talk on the first. A 50-number directory dialing gives quick access to a broad range of frequently dialed numbers; for easy reference, each phone number is identified by the person's name. ... Read more


  • 900 MHz digital spread spectrum with digital privacy
  • Base keypad with speakerphone
  • Jog dial with 50-number directory
  • Dual LCD displays, on base and handset
  • Caller ID call waiting with 20-call memory

Reviews (16)

2-0 out of 5 stars Great sound, for the short time the battery lasts....
I am a dedicated Sony consumer, so when I bought a digital cordless, naturally I bought Sony.Unfortunately, Sony has frankly **[been bad]** on one of the most important features of this phone - the battery.They obviously cut corners in this one area to add more trinkets to the phone.Which are great - caller id on the base and the handset, scrolling address book on the handset, speed dial memory, speaker phone, etc.; but, if the battery is dead after using the phone for an hour, then what use is the features!I'm not a phone junkie, in fact I hate being on the phone, but I work at home and end up on some long calls which halfway through get cut off and I have to switch to my corded phone across the house from my office.Bummer Sony!I've seen the same complaint on several other Sony cordless phones as well, so maybe I would suggest checking out another brand!

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't buy it!
After doing a ton of research I decided on this phone.It had all the features I needed & I've had only good luck with Sony products.Unfortunately, the phone I received constantly cut out from the first timeI used it & had to be sent in for repair to Sony.Sony sent me a brandnew one which ended up having the same irritating problem.Amazon gladlyrefunded my $$.

3-0 out of 5 stars Is it me or is it Sony?
The features of this phone are great for the price. This is my 2nd sony 900 mgz phone. You guys know all the good features, let me tell you the bad, the ones that are making me return this unit. The worst thing of all,drives me crazy is when I talk on the phone, I hear my own voice sort ofringing in the speaker. Another reviewee described it as "tinny."I suppose that's a great way to describe this effect. It's so annoying thatI had to unplug this phone. Also, others have griped about this also, whydoes the base unit's caller ID display have to be continuously illuminated?How annoying. Also, what's the point of having caller ID on the handset ifit does not light up during a call? That's useless in dim rooms or atnight. All in all, maybe some people can deal with these issues, but forme, I would rather spend more money and get a better phone. Like I said,this is my 2nd sony phone and my last one never had these problems.

1-0 out of 5 stars Caveat emptor!(Don't buy this phone)
I own a lot of Sony stuff and usually I'm really impressed with their quality and performance, but this phone is a dog.

Functionally it's great.Very clear sound, excellent range, useful autodial, caller ID onthe handset ... nice.

But practically it sucks.There's no batteryindicator so you can't tell if how much life it has left.Now, thatshouldn't be a problem with the advertised lifetime of the battery (severaldays on standby, hours worth of talk time).I figured you could put it onthe stand every night and you'll be fine, right?

Nope.Talk time on thisthing is under an hour fully-charged and, when the battery goes, it justshuts off.No warning at all.And if you've had the thing off the standfor a day or so the talk time is *maybe* 15 minutes.It has cut out on mywife so often that she really hates using it.

This is the worst phoneI've ever owned.If I could return it, I would.I can't even in goodconscience give it away, so I may smash it to pieces with a hammer so thatno one else has to be subjected to it.

My wife was looking atreplacements recently and the store clerk said that they got so many ofthese phones returned that they won't carry them any more.Amazon islisting it as out-of-stock, but I hope they've pulled it completely.

Takemy word for it: Don't buy this phone!And, if you're from Sony, fire theentire design team.(It really is THAT bad.)

5-0 out of 5 stars i looked for a decent phone forever & finally found one.
first it was an escort phone, then it was an at&t, and now it's a sony. and i am finally happy. this phone is great. sound quality, battery life, design & features are all tops. in particular, i like the jogdial feature. very nice. the price on amazon was the clincher. i couldn'tfind it anywhere else even close to theirs. and on the subject of price...the only things that seemed intriguing (siemens or that ugly panasonic)were way too expensive. i couldn't justify the added $$$. and now that ihave the darn thing, i couldn't be happier. ... Read more

10. XACT COMMUNICATIONS XHB201 2.4GHz Spread Spectrum Cordless Handset & Charger
by Xact
list price: $29.99
our price: $28.99
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Asin: B0001VQF7U
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Xact
Sales Rank: 62533
Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Xact XHB201 is a 2.4 GHz digital spread spectrum multi handset system with digital answering machine and caller ID on call waiting. ... Read more


  • 2.4GHz DSS
  • 77 Channel Auto-Hop
  • Call Waiting / Caller I.D. with Optional Telephone Company Subscription
  • 50 Caller ID Memory

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars 30+ days since I ordered it and still has not arrived
I ordered this telephone on May 2nd, that is 20 days from today. When I was buying it, it read on the site that it would be delievred in 1 or 2 days. When I received my confirmation e-mail it read that it would be shipped between May 14 and May 21, that is 12 days later. Today May 22nd, and 20 days later it has not even been shipped. I have not been able to try the telephone due to logical reasons, but I dont recommend it to anyone. What is the use of it if you cant get it.
UPDATE: May 29th 2005
Almost one month since I ordered this telephone and I got a message saying it might be delivered in still 15 days more. What surprises me about all this is that they still state in the web page that this item "usually ships in 1-2 days" Which as you can see is completely untrue. Amazon, I feel you have to do something about vendors like this, to protect your customers.
UPDATE: June 1st 2005
Today I got a message saying that there is a "delay" with my order now until the 24th of June (that is almost 2 months since I first ordered the telephone), and that I need to approve this delay so that we can continue processing my order. But in the site the telephone information states that it can be it ussually delivers 1-2 days. I DONT UNDERSTAND THIS.
UDTADE June 10th 2005
I got a message today stating that the telephone will still be delayed more:
- Updated shipping estimate: June 17 - June 24
- Updated delivery estimate: June 24 - July 7
But on the product specifications it keeps saying that it can be delivered between 1-2 days. I think this false information should be take out from the site, it atracts people thinking they will have their telephone delievered in 2 days, and thenlater they will get a message that it will be delayed. Just like me, 2 month is the estimated delay by now, but who knows it might be even longer, after their own behaviour. I have the idea that they want me to cancell my order. Well I wont do that, they can cancell it if they want, and I will write this down in here aswell, for all your potential customers, I hink I have never been treated so unrespectful by any seller in the internet or anywhere else.
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11. AT&T 9230 900 MHz Cordless Trimline Telephone with Caller ID/Call Waiting (White)
by AT&T
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00005B97H
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: AT&T
Sales Rank: 65873
Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars
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The AT&T 9230 900 MHz Cordless Trimline Telephone offers all the convenience of a cordless phone plus support for caller ID and call waiting. The caller ID appears on a large display on the handset before you answer, and a voice-mail message light indicates when you have a message waiting. Tried-and-true 900 MHz analog operation offers clear connections with less interference than some older cordless phones. Plus, 30-channel auto scanning selects the channel with the least interference. For busy houses or small businesses, the 9230 is designed with a 50 name-and-number memory so that you can program your most important numbers for quick dialing. The 9230 has trimline styling, in white to match any interior style. ... Read more


  • Lighted display on handset
  • 900 MHz cordless phone with caller ID/call waiting
  • Voice-message waiting indicator
  • 10-number speed-dial memory
  • 4 selectable ringer sounds

Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars The worst phone I ever owned
After using for 5 minutes, my ear becomes very uncomfortable as handset becomes hot.I wouldn't recommend it.

1-0 out of 5 stars Poor quality, broke after three weeks
Have owned this phone for three weeks and already has problem with going dead while you are in the middle of talking with someone. Appears the battery or wiring is defective. Bottom line recommendation-stay away from this phone! ... Read more

12. AT&T 2455 2.4 GHz DSS Cordless Phone with Answering System and Caller ID (Metallic Charcoal)
by AT&T
list price: $169.99
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Asin: B00005B44B
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: AT&T
Sales Rank: 43948
Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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The AT&T 2455 can help you simplify and take control of your telephone life. Identify callers with the large, easy-to-read caller ID display and then decide whether to interrupt your work to answer an incoming call. If you're away, the 50-number caller ID history saves your calls for convenient callback.

At home or in a business you can take advantage of the intercom capability between handset and base, plus the hands-free feature in both handset and base. The 2455 is compatible for headset use for a completely hands-free conversation, giving you the liberty to multitask from further afield. AT&T's digital sound quality and operation on the 2.4 GHz band ensure clearer connections with less interference than older-model cordless phones. Frequency hopping and digital spread spectrum technology further improve sound quality and help provide security against eavesdropping.

The integrated answering system with 15 minutes of digital recording time displays the name and number of the caller and how many messages you have received. The unit is expandable to incorporate up to four handsets and bases. ... Read more


  • 4-way call conferencing
  • 2.4 GHz digital spread spectrum cordless phone with base
  • Caller ID with call waiting
  • 50-name-and-number directory
  • Speakerphone

Reviews (16)

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice little phone
I've had this phone for a few years now, I bought it shortly after the model was released.It's a nice phone with clear sound, and I never noticed any hiss that others described.

It was important to me to have an extra charge spot for the spare battery which this unit does have.

Range on the phone is outstanding. When I first got the phone, I took it outside and walked about a block from my house before it started to cut out.

My only problem is that now after several years of use, the batteries are not holding a charge very well at all. One battery is practically dead and will not charge at all.

Now my only question is do I search around for replacement batteries, or upgrade to a 5.8 GHz model.

1-0 out of 5 stars AT&T has obsoleted this product, you can't find accessories
Here is the message you get from AT&T customer support:

Thank you for your recent inquiry to our Customer Service Help Desk.

Unfortunately, the V-2400 is no longer available.This model has been

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

National Service Center
Advanced American Telephones

2-0 out of 5 stars Hiss?You'll find a pattern.
I have a problem with constant hiss as well, but on my HS-8270.I'm in the market for a new 2.4 GHz phone with speaker, CID/CWID, and an answering machine.I was down to this one and the Vtech 2461.I've given up on finding a good one with a base keypad (forget the Panasonic or the Uniden!).
Looks like this background hiss may be pervasive in AT&T's line.Looks like I'm going Vtech.

4-0 out of 5 stars works well for us
We have had good reception with it.The sound quality is fine and the answering machine works well.I purchased after my panasonic 2.4 gig decided that all my calls were out of range even when I was standing 1' from the base a short 12 mo. after buying it.The at&t has been more reliable.

2-0 out of 5 stars Annoying sound quality
I have also noticed the presence of background hiss or static while talking on the handsets -- even when standing next to the base unit. Most annoying, though, is the sound quality of the voicemail. Both my outgoing message and messages left by callers sound like they've come through a long tunnel. I expected an improvement in sound quality by moving to a digital answering machine but have been disappointed.

All-in-all, a disappointing purchase. ... Read more

13. Panasonic KXTC1870 900 MHz Duplex Cordless Speakerphone (Black)
by Panasonic
list price: $179.95
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Asin: B00000J3DO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 84522
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Clear communication is the key to success in our increasingly high-tech lives. Time is scarce. You don't want to waste valuable time making bad connections. Panasonic telephones are ideal for busy callers: improved features drive you ahead with outstanding clarity, minimal interference and amazing calling range. So go ahead, make the call. Panasonic telephones help you keep in touch. ... Read more


  • Call waiting/caller ID
  • 900 MHz SST (spread spectrum technology) cordless operation
  • Digital spread technology
  • Digital answering machine
  • Digital duplex speakerphone

Reviews (7)

1-0 out of 5 stars Disposable workmanship
I specifically wanted a Panasonic phone since I had been very pleased with their products in the past.Not any more.

I purchased this phone for my elderly mother so she would have a reliable phone with all the features she needs.The phone was barely a year old, and it would not dial out.We assumed the problem was with her phone service, but it was the phone.

This is not a cheap phone.From the start, the clarity and ease of programming were only so-so.I see no point in having it repaired, because I can't trust it's future reliability.

2-0 out of 5 stars For the money, there have got to be better phones out there.
The signal often breaks up even when you're very near the base and you have to keep pressing the channel button to find a clear one-- something that in a phone for this price should be automatic.The flash/call-wait button is on the back of the phone next to the caller id window and it's very easy to press this button (and hang up on your party) if you brace the phone against your shoulder.Sometimes when you pick the handset up off the base and then quickly press the Talk key (like a normal person would when you're trying to make a call) the phone gets confused for five seconds and then beeps at you after failing to give you a dial tone.

Speaker phone sound quality and operation is excellent though the base only has 5 speed-dial slots.Range seems pretty good once you've found a channel that isn't plagued with static.I have not used the answering machine capabilities so I can't comment on them.

I would not recommend this phone, and generally regret purchasing it.

2-0 out of 5 stars poor implementation of perfect set of features.
Set of features is perfect, but what's most important for phone -- how it sounds. This phone distorts the sound,use of callerID is complicated (reverse side of the receiver), answering system, time setting arecomplicated and not user-friendly.

2-0 out of 5 stars I hate this phone
I bought this phone for the two line capability, dss technology and built-in answering machine.I also liked the idea of having two keypads.The features are terrific but I hate the phone - the buttons don't seem toalways respond - using many of the features is difficult (i'm always havingto pull out the manual) and holding the phone on my shoulder often resultsin cutting off the caller.The keyboard on the base only works with thespeakerphone-not exactly what I had in mind!So now I'm on the search foryet another phone with these feautes (minus the called ID which I don'tuse).Unfortunatley, I kept thinking I'd adjust to this phone and didn'treturn it promptly so now I think it's mine.I was recently at a client'shome and noticed they had the same phone - I asked if they liked it andthey said they hated it!So I guess I'm not the only one.

2-0 out of 5 stars Nice features, but nobody could hear me
I bought this phone because of the features.I really liked the idea of having a separate dial pad on the base.Whenever I got myself into one of those automated menu systems it proved very convenient. The speaker phoneon this phone is superb!It's full duplex, which means both parties cantalk at the same time without having the phone chop up theconversation.

I found the caller ID display on the back of the phone abit awkward.When I recieved another call I had to turn the phone over tosee who was calling.When I did this, of course I could no longer hear theperson I was talking to.If it was on the front of the handset, I couldhave held the phone away from my face for a second to see who was callingand still been able to hear the one I was talking to.

And finally thereason I returned the phone:Most of the people I talked to said that theycould barely hear me, and just to let you know, I am a very loud talker. Callers kept asking me to switch to a corded phone.After this happenedseveral times I couldn't see the point in having a cordless phone --atleast this particular one. ... Read more

14. VTech 1421 900 MHz Digital Compact Cordless Phone with CID
by VTech
list price: $79.88
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Asin: B00000J9PM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: VTech
Sales Rank: 57736
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Manufacturer's Part # 1421
This product is Refurbished.Features:

  • Digital 900 MHz clarity without interferencefrom other electronic devices
  • Call Waiting CALLER ID - Stores up to 50caller names and telephone numbers with the date and time of the call
  • Multi Function LCD
  • Visual Message Waiting Indication
  • Unique Compact Design and Base Charger
  • 20 Number Speed Memory Dialing.
  • One-Way Page/Handset Locator
  • Digital Volume Control
  • Extension in Use Indicator
  • Backlit Keypad and LCD
  • Four User-Selectable Ring Types
  • Any Key Answer
  • Indestructible Extending Antenna

This product is Refurbished and comes with a 30 day warranty.

... Read more


  • Backlit LCD and handset keypad
  • 900 MHz digital transmission
  • Alpha-numeric call waiting caller ID
  • 20-number speed dial memory
  • Dual battery-charging system (second battery optional)

Reviews (29)

3-0 out of 5 stars Small and cute doesn't win here
I bought this phone especially for its size, headset, being digital, plus nice features on top of it. Initially I had to return it, being unable to plug the headset. Got another one, same problem, but then I pushed very hard and finally get it plugged. The headset jack is not defective as many reviews noted it, but is badly built (hole too small).

Sound: Quality is good, better at reception than transmission though. The last level of volume gives feedback, so you're stock with the one before, which is the bear minimum to hear conversations correctly. With the headset, reception is ok but again transmission is a little harder, too much noise transmitted.

Range: I never tried to speak beyond 40 feet. But inside that range, never had a problem.

Battery: Doesn't last too long, even if I speak once or twice a day with it, I have to recharge at least at every 5 days. Disappointing for a NiMH battery...

Features: Difficult to reach (redial, memory), but I don't use them often. The LCD display is small, but hey, that's the price for its compact size.

For me the biggest flaw is the sensitivity of the phone, which makes it cut the conversation for 2-3 seconds sometimes because it searches for alternative channels. It does that as soon as you manipulate the phone without precaution, like pressing it harder or just dropping it on a table. And it's even worse when the battery is low or close to be. So I always try to keep the phone well recharged.

I use that phone since two years now. I can't tell I'm very satisfied. My next phone will definitively not be this one!

2-0 out of 5 stars It's okay, I guess.....but I've had better phones.
The phone and the functions aren't bad at all but god forbid if you should need to find a battery for this thing.I've been to where I originally bought this thing and every other store in my city but not only do they not carry the original phone itself, but no accessories to go with it either.It sort of makes me ponder as to why I actually got this thing in the 1st place.

4-0 out of 5 stars It is a ok phone.
(...) It is a great phone, I like it because it is so small, light and gets good reception. There are a few down-sides though. If you are calling someone sometimes you get the "channel searching" annoyance, if you drop it it does it also. The headset may not work well for many people ( my mother and brother ) but myself and father like it. One last bad thing is that sometimes you will get this horrific noise like someone is dragging there fingers down a chalk board (quiver). I think the reason it does that though is because you are touching the metal charing thing a mobobers. But the phone does get great reception ( you don't need the atenna ) it is light and great if you have to cook dinner or be on the computer while using the phone. I love the LCD because it lights up, and tells you the number you are dialing, my (dollar amount) sony doesn't do that. Now there is no recorder so if you miss a call you have to look at CID. But it does have a voice mail function ( I have yet to use it ) which tells you when you missed a call ( you have to have voice mail ). (...) Good phone I would buy it all over again!

4-0 out of 5 stars great small phone
I bought this primarily for it's small size and headset capabilities.It also fits more securely in the base then many forward facing phones.I tossed the included headset and bought a nicer one and it works great.Volume and clarity are good although there seem to be occasional dropouts.The backlighting is also nice.On the con side, the screen is a little small and the menus hard to navigate.My main gripe is that access to the caller id list should have been more convienient.

2-0 out of 5 stars Small, but has its faults
This is a very compact phone that is very convinient sue to its size, but it has its faults.The phone doesn't have speakerphone, and the head-set doesn't work well at all.The biggest fault the phone has though, is that it is very unclear to talk on, and there is a constant hissing noise in the backround. ... Read more

15. VTech 900 MHz Digital Cordless Phone with CID in Handset
by VTech
list price: $79.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00000J4Z1
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: VTech
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Product Description

Designed to offer a new standard in cordless telephone technology, VTech VT 1920 one of the most sophisticated cordless telephones on the market! Unlike most other cordless phones, VT 1920 digitizes your voice using advanced ADPCM digital voice coding to provide noise and distortion free performance. In most conditions you will not be able to tell you are using a cordless phone. Gone are the annoyances of static, interference and having to listen to other people's conversations on your cordless phone. The phone scrambles your voice before it transmits it. This allows you the security of knowing that no one can tune in and eavesdrop on your conversations.VTech VT 1920 decodes and displays name and/or number Caller ID information where available and when subscribed to. The alphanumeric display can show both the name and number of the calling party. Up to 24 name characters or 11 phone number digits can be displayed on the LCD. With this phone, the user can easily answer a call by pressing any key other than the Off, Mute or Volume keys. In addition, the handset keypad and LCD illuminate while the handset rings to signal an incoming call. This is very useful in a dark environment. VT 1920 also provides a one-way page/find. Pressing the base Page key will cause the handset to ring in a manner, which distinguishes it from normal incoming ringing. This can be used to alert the handset user, or to simply locate the handset in the event that it is misplaced. VT 1920 uses special memory in both the base and handset which is not susceptible to power failures. This provides permanent storage of all memory dial numbers, Caller ID information as well as the base and handset security codes. The phone informs you that another extension is currently in use on the same phone line. The phone will also alert you when you are out of range, even when you're not using the phone! ... Read more

16. AT&T 9452 900 MHz 2-Line Cordless Phone with Answering System and Caller ID (Graphite)
by Advanced American Telephones
list price: $149.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005Q3UB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Advanced American Telephones
Sales Rank: 43258
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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This two-line cordless telephone from AT&T offers 900 MHz digital technology for highly secure, long-range transmission. With an integrated digital answering system, this phone is a good choice for your home office or business.

The 9452 features a variety of functions, including support for caller ID for call waiting, two-way intercom between the handset and speakerphone, and three-party conference calling. An integrated data port in the base connects your fax or modem for instant access to an available line.

The digital answering system records up to 15 minutes of messages into three mailboxes for fast, tapeless messaging that can be instantly played back, saved, scanned, or deleted. Announce-only can be turned on to leave an outgoing message without recording, perfect for after-hours messages.

The handset includes a backlit LCD with caller ID. The last 20 calls are stored in memory for quick display, and up to 50 numbers can be stored for easy access to your friends, family, and other favorite numbers.

Hands-free use is promoted with support for headsets and a speakerphone in the base. ... Read more


  • 15-minute digital record time
  • Digital 900 MHz technology
  • Higher security, clarity, and signal range than analog 900 MHz
  • Supports 3-party conference calling
  • 2-line speakerphone

Reviews (4)

1-0 out of 5 stars Buy something else
1. This machine had the worst manual I've ever seen. Even setting the clock required digging in the back of the book somewhere instead of being in the setup section. Did not explain functions clearly or completely.

2. A battery backup would probably be more worthwhile than than the handset spare battery charger feature. Every time the power glitches here (frequently) it loses its settings. Haven't had it working long enough to tell whether it loses its messages when this happens, but I suppose it does. The manual doesn't say one way or the other.

3. Mine (1 wk old) has started talking Mickey Mouse and I can't understand what it's saying when selecting functions any more.

Overall I am totally disillusioned this AT&T product and I certainly would NOT recommend it to anyone.

1-0 out of 5 stars Broke within 1 Year
This phone started out great.Then within 1 year the answering machine started cutting off incoming messages or not recording them at all.Also, the phone no longer connects correctly with the base so it is difficult to get it to charge.Not a happy customer.

2-0 out of 5 stars Seriously lacking 2-line features
Beware if you are thinking of buying this phone: there is only one outgoing message, and the answering machine does not distinguish at all between the two lines. So you cannot disable answering on one of the lines or have one line automatically routed to a different mailbox. In my opinion that makes this phone useless for a two-line home or office.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Phone!
I reccommend this phone to anyone who wishes to purchase it.The look really makes this phone a great addition to any family room or somewhere it can stand out.The features are also really nice! ... Read more

17. Panasonic KXTG2670N 2.4 GHz DSS Cordless Speakerphone with Digital Answering System
by Panasonic

Asin: B00005AK7O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 57053
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan Product Description

Combining quality performance with stylish design, the Panasonic KXTG2670N operates on the 2.4 GHz band with digital signal for clear reception and crisp conversations. The phone also features digital 24-channel autoscan, spread spectrum technology, and voice scrambling for security.

A noteworthy feature of the phone is its dual-base antenna system, which improves reception by using two antennas for better signal sensitivity and less background interference. Enjoy hands-free conversation, thanks to digital speakerphones on both the base and the handset, complete with two-way paging intercom.

For those who subscribe to Caller ID service, offered by most local carriers, the handset's backlit three-line LCD makes screening and tracking your calls a breeze. Fifty phone numbers are stored in the Caller ID memory, acting as a virtual phone book for quick callbacks. In addition, the KXTG2670N boasts a digital answering system, with three mailboxes.

The phone also features a 90-number speed dialer for frequently called friends and colleagues, and a NiCd battery. The phone offers up to 14 days of standby time, with a six-hour recharge. Headset compatible, and with a backlit keypad, the KXTG2670N also comes with a 90-day warranty. ... Read more


  • Backlit 3-line caller ID displays on base and handset
  • Up to 14-day standby battery life
  • Cordless 2.4 GHz digital spread spectrum operation
  • All-digital answering system (15 minutes)
  • Dual-digital duplex speakerphones on the base and the handset

Reviews (27)

1-0 out of 5 stars Phone went dead in just over a year...No help from Panasonic
I have had this phone for over a year now and it is on its last leg. I have kept the phone in perfect condition and treated it with great care thinking that I would have it for some time. Well this week it started cutting out during calls and making strange noises while in the call. I call Panasonic and they claim that they have had very little problems with the phone and would not help me in any way except for me to send the phone back and pay $70 for a referb phone that could also go bad in a year. Panasonic needs to own up to the fact that they built a phone that has a major design flaw. I own thousands of dollars worth of Panasonic gear and if this is the way they treat a loyal customer I will not be buying there product EVER again.

1-0 out of 5 stars Dont believe anyone who likes this phone!
Anyone who says they like it, doesn't use it.

What does work? Yes, the speaker phone works both on the base and handset. You can acutally dial out, that works too.

OK, the hold button works too.

What doesn't work: everything else. I've had this for about two years now. And I _try_ to use the features. I read the manual. BUT:

The screens are too hard to read.

The menu system was done by someone who knows nothing about human-machine interfaces. It's very awkward to use.

The autodialer (directory) is painfully slow. I just timed it. To scroll through the list and pick the third entry takes 7 seconds, and I cheated since I pressed keys before I could see that I should. That may not seem like a lot in print, but how long should it take? I think it should be more like 2 seconds.

Some of the phone programming requires you to use the base station and handset at the same time. For example, if you want to change the numbers of rings before the answering machine picks up. Why would anyone software developer worth his pay develop a system where sometimes you do it all on the handset, sometimes you need both the handset and base? Laziness, pure and simple.

The round toggle button on both the base and hand set frequently do not register presses. The one on the handset is just to small for a multifunction switch.

Even the labels of some buttons are bad. On the handset, one is called 'direct'. What does that mean?Another is labeled 'function/ch'. You tell me.

The connection from handset to base sometimes drops out, usually just as I answer the phone. And I'm only 40 feet from the base!

The answering machine function is buggy. The telemarketers that call and hang up on the machine cause the answering machine to indicate a message is waiting. If you listen to the message, you hear about 5-10 seconds of silence, then a 1/2 second of some previously recorded (and erased) message.

Another reviewer wrote that the handset is small enough for a woman but big enough for a man. Well my hands aren't that big but I have to hold it by me fingertips.

You can't please everybody, especially with something like handset size.I can live with that.If Panasonic hired some decent engineers (especially software), they could probably make this phone decent. But as it stands now, don't buy this phone.

5-0 out of 5 stars I absolutely LOVE this phone
Why do I love it?The handset is small enough for a woman's hand, but big enoug for a guy to use.The speakerphone on the handset works incredibly well and has been immensely helpful with a little one around. This phone is practical and durable.My toddler has abused this phone in every imaginable way and it still works!My husband wants to get a new phone with several handsets and I've been fighting it all the way because I don't want to lose this phone.Other Panasonic phones I've seen have different handsets.

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the best cordless phones on the market
I've owned this model for close to two years now and I absolutely love it!It's small, light weight, wearable, clear and full of features.The one complaint I have about this phone is that I'm having difficulties with some of the buttons on my headset keypad.Since I've used the phone so much the buttons I press the most frequently are wearing out and my LCD display is fading slightly but this is not going to stop me from buying the same model all over again.The other thing I would like to mention is that this phone has taking a beating!I've dropped this phone more times than I would like to count and each time I just picked up the phone and kept on talking.

3-0 out of 5 stars I expected more from Panasonic
Don't get me wrong, I wouldn't return it for another.However, I have been rather dissapointed with the reception and information screen.

I purchased this phone because it was a cordless phone with an answering device that could be installed on the wall.It is mounted in our kitchen next to the family room.However, even 10 feet away it periodically drops the volume in and out until you move your head to re-connect with the signal.Don't even bother trying to using the phone without the antenna extended.

On the wall, the screen is next to impossible to read.You have to put your head below the unit to even try to view.Better yet, just look at the flashing red lights indicating a message or caller ID.

Other than these two problems, it's a great phone and answering system.One I would recommend as long as you don't want it on the wall and can locate the unit in a more elevated place, like upstairs.I guess I expected better from Panasonic. ... Read more

18. AT&T 7720 Cordless Digital Answering System Speakerphone with Caller ID/Call Waiting
by AT&T
list price: $99.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00000J0TE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: AT&T
Sales Rank: 103048
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Advanced American Telephones designs and produces the telephone products that millions of people enjoy every day. AT&T's voice quality, product selection, and reliability make these telephone products your best choice. They reflect a long and distinguished history of product excellence dating back over 100 years. Today, the company's product line is one of the most extensive in the industry, including corded and cordless phones, answering systems, and phone-related accessories. AT&T cordless telephones are perfect for a person who wants mobility and flexibility while making calls. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Call out caller ID - best feature ever!
The phone has been teriffic. The call out caller ID is great. It allows you to record who the number belongs to in your own voice and description instead of more common feature of a computerized readout of what the phone company assigns as caller ID to the number. Same question from me as other reviewers- does anyone know what model replaced this one? Would love to get same features to replace my aging one.

5-0 out of 5 stars Would Buy It Again
I too bought the phone for its call-out feature. It is the best innovation since caller ID; I can't imagine why it's been discontinued. It kept me sane at the dinner hour when the ringing began around 7 p.m. The phone I have has endured for several years, continuing to store its 20 numbers with codes, to store a history of 100 incoming calls, call out names of callers, and provide all the usual digital answering machine features. I wish someone could tell me where to get another.

5-0 out of 5 stars lost
can someone please tell me what model replaced 7720 exactly? i want the same features

4-0 out of 5 stars My delete button is stuck
My delete button is stuck and I can't use my phone. I have lost my manual.Does anyone have a mannual and can look up if they tell you what do about this problem??

5-0 out of 5 stars I HAVE A COPY OF THE MANUAL
MANUAL. ... Read more

19. AT&T 9230 900 MHz Cordless Trimline Telephone with Caller ID/Call Waiting (Blue)
by AT&T
list price: $49.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005B97L
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: AT&T
Sales Rank: 153908
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Product Description

Advanced American Telephones designs and produces the AT&T telephone products - the products that millions of people enjoy every day. The voice quality, product selection, and reliability make AT&T telephone products your best choice.AT&T telephone products reflect a long and distinguished history of product excellence dating back over 100 years. Today, this product line is one of the most extensive in the industry, including corded and cordless phones, answering systems, and phone-related accessories. ... Read more


  • Handset volume control
  • 900 MHz cordless phone with caller ID/call waiting
  • 50-name/number caller ID memory
  • Voice-message waiting indicator
  • 4 selectable ringer sounds

20. AT&T 9400 900 MHz Digital Spread Spectrum Cordless Phone
by AT&T
list price: $59.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00000JDGJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: AT&T
Sales Rank: 50335
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan Review

AT&T's 9400 telephone offers cordless convenience. And with the 900 MHz frequency band and digital spread spectrum (DSS) technology, you also get great range, clarity, and privacy.

Setting up the phone for basic operation was easy--we just inserted the battery pack, plugged in the AC adapter/recharger, and connected the phone cable to a standard RJ-11 jack. We recommend that you allow the battery pack to charge for an uninterrupted 12 hours before using the phone.

You control the features through the base unit's two front-mounted buttons and two side-mounted switches; the handset has eight buttons and one switch in addition to the usual 0 through 9, #, and * buttons. Using the features is straightforward and very easy, but you may need to consult the manual to learn the more advanced features, such as storing and editing numbers for memory dialing.

We were surprised to see that this phone has a page/intercom feature, not just a handset locator. It was unclear to us why the AT&T 9400 has the speaker and microphone in the base unit, but doesn't include speakerphone functions. Still, with its well-chosen suite of features and its DSS technology for clear sound, greater range, and better security, this is a nice cordless phone for home or the office.


  • DSS for clearer sound and longer range
  • Long battery life
  • Easy to set up and use


  • Has intercom but no speakerphone functions
... Read more


  • 20-number memory
  • Two-way pager, intercom, handset locator
  • 900 MHz transmission, Digital Spread Spectrum (DSS) technology
  • AutoSelect channel selection
  • Advanced digital voice privacy

Reviews (35)

5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT PHONE, buying a second one!!!
This is the best cordless phone I have ever owned, and for the price, you can't beat it!I have used noisy cordless phones that pickup interference from florecent lights and computers, but this phone is crystal clear when near both.Range, you want range, this phone has range.I live in a canyon and I got in my car and drove up to the top of a hill and was able to dial out.This was line of site approximately 1/3 of a mile, NO JOKE.I have dropped this phone on concrete and it still works fine.Best part is the battery life, it goes days before needing charging.The phone is very comfortable when you have it up to your ear.It also has a mute button which works like a hold button, push it once muted push it again off mute.The ONLY down side to this phone is the belt clip, it has cracked.I would also have liked a backlight for the touchpad, but I guess you can't have everything.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great deal!
I've used 900MHz phones in the past and been disappointed, but this one exceeds my expectations.The clarity is great, and I was surprised that I was able to use it over a hundred yards from my house.I know theliterature says it can go farther, but I was still surprised.No echo orfeedback of my own voice either that I'd experienced with other phones inthis catagory. What are you waiting for, get one!

4-0 out of 5 stars no headset!
Not a bad phone, but one of the reasons I bought this model was the review that said it had a plug for a headset (sorry, but the DUH doesn't apply - there are no plastic plugs to remove, and I double checked the manual tosee if I was indeed missing something obvious.The other reviewer must beusing a different model - maybe the 9410?Now we have a headset with nophone to plug it into!

5-0 out of 5 stars Can't beat this phone for the price
This is a tremendous deal for a 900Mhz DSS Phone. I have found this phone VERY good quality with no complaints what so ever.

1-0 out of 5 stars Worst ATT Phone
This is the worst att phone that I have had. DO NOT BUY IT. But all the other ATT phones are great. I have 2 9450 (good) and 2 9400 (bad) The only problem is that they are all 900mhz DSS and if you are talking on one andso is someone else, if you get too close to the other base or phone itcreates interferance (kind of like what you would get with a digital cellphone). But this would probably happen with any DSS/2.4 ghz phone. ... Read more

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