Panasonic KX-TS880W - Teléfono (Analógica, Color blanco, LED, 234,95 x 349,25 x 203,2 mm)
Descripción del producto
Color del producto: Color blanco
Compatible con Mac: No
Conexión inalámbrica: No
Contestadora integrada: No
Dimensiones (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 234,95 x 349,25 x 203,2 mm
Identificador de llamadas: Si
Llamada en espera: Si
Número de líneas en pantalla: 1
Pantalla incorporada: Si
Peso: 1,03 kg
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No, it does not have answering machine built in, but I have that in another room.
And the dect-6 statement in the title is a bit ambiguous, there is not a single word about that capability in the manual, there is no mention of dect-6 on the box, nor could I find anything relative to dect-6 on the phone (I do have dect-6 capability on other portable phones in the house, so it was not necessary on this phone). But for the person who thinks that he is buying dect-6 capability for portability and connectivity of this phone to another dect-6 base, I could not find it, I assume that it is not here.
For those who are wondering what dect-6 is, it is the common electronic platform that is used in portable phones for comminication with each other and the base unit, using a specific frequency, today most often in the USA at 2.4 GHz, to pass the voice and phone features signals from the receiver to the base unit or from one receiver to another receiver.
I BELIEVE AMAZON HAS LISTED THE TITLE, WHERE IT STATES DECT-6 INTEGRATED (whatever dect-6 integrated means?), INCORRECTLY FOR THIS PHONE AS THIS PHONE IS NOT DECT-6. AGAIN, NO MENTION OF DECT-6 ON THE BOX, IN THE MANUAL, IN THE PHONE PROGRAMMING, NOPLACE.
None-the-less, I give the phone 5 stars for what it is, a good simple office corded phone.
On the other hand, I need it for calling out to a central "switchboard" for a work-from-home position, and need to be able to use a headset and have a mute button. For that, this phone fits the bill.
And I agree with other reviewers. If you need good customer service support, Panasonic is not the brand to go with. This phone was shown on their website, but when I went to their chat to get more information on it, I was told that the customer service for the website didn't support the phone because it was a "business" phone. Calling this a business phone is like painting a 1966 VW Beetle black, giving it leather upholstery, and calling it a limo!!
I bought it to use with my VOIP high speed internet cable modem and the sound quality is perfect! The caller Id, speed dialer, call waiting, caller on hold, speaker phone and head set features all work great!
It makes a great small office business phone.