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Panasonic KX TG2620W

Panasonic KX TG2620W
alaScore 77

66 reviews

Jul, 2014

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Amazon.com review summary for Panasonic KX TG2620W

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 59 user reviews of Panasonic KX TG2620W from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 4.1/5, compared to an average user rating of 3.8/5 for other Cordless Phones on Amazon.com.

93% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: Panasonic KX-TG2620W 2.4 GHz FHSS GigaRange Digital Cordless TelephonePanasonic Refurb KX-TG2620W 2.4GHz Cordless Phone.White

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OK...

 

All in all, not a terrible phone, but when it lacks basic speed dial capability, and when the interface is so small and awkward, I can't honestly recommend this product to anyone.

Caller ID, phone book, blinking message light, store last 5 #s dialed, speakerphone

No speed dial capabilities? Really? Also, the keys are very small and awkward to push with your thumb while holding the handset with one hand

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JUST GREAT!!!!!!!!

 

A lot of features and very good quality of sound, cool ringers and melodies.

None so far.

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JUST GREAT!!!!!!!!

 

I really recomend this phone, is a small form factor and very audible ringer...

A lot of features and very good quality of sound, cool ringers and melodies

None so far

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My best phone yet

 

We have had this phone for about 2-3 years, and it is still working great. I bought it because I like the looks (I know, not the best research) but I have been really happy with it. I had a GE phone before that was cheap and bad clarity, and I tried a ...

easy to use, good features, good clarity

cannot hold on shoulder while talking and doing 10 other things

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Great little phone, especially for the price paid.

 

I selected the Panasonic KX-TG2620 (white) after my internet research concluded it was, like Panasonics usually are, at least a 'good' -- to a 'very good' cordless phone. I located the phone for purchase on the Internet at $29.95 including shipping. ...

Clarity. Loud speaker phone. Lost handset feature. Nickel metal hydride battery holds long charge

None, other than it doesn't accept any extension handsets

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I liked this phone so much I bought the company...

 

...well, not really, but I did buy three of these. Panasonic KX-TG2620 Cordless Phone There are a lot of products in life for which you can buy the cheapest and not have much of a problem, let's see, regular unleaded gas, draught beer, ...

Clear reception, lots of features, solidly built and nice to look at

Caller display could be better, handset too small to wedge phone on shoulder

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Basic Cordless Phone With Excellent Quality & Affordable Price

 

I recently needed to upgrade my cordless phone after my battery in my old analog cordless phone started to go. I did some online research about cordless phones as well as read up on them through Consumer Reports before purchasing a new cordless ...

Affordable Price, Excellent Quality, Clear Reception, Ease Of Use

None

Product Specifications

This 2.4 GHz GigaRange digital cordless phone from Panasonic offers inspiring new possibilities, making communication even more desirable. The Frequency-hopping spread spectrum technology "hops" constantly through a range of available channels to reduce interference and to provide improved security against eavesdropping. And since it is all digital technology, you get long range and incredible clarity. The light-up indicator in the base of the antenna will flash quickly to show that you have an incoming call, and it will flash slowly to let you know you have a new message in your voice mailbox. So turn off the ringer, let the kids sleep, and never miss a call. Having a handset speakerphone may not seem like such a big deal-until you have to call an automated phone system. By the time you press "2" and return the phone to your ear, you missed half the next option! And when they put you on hold for ten minutes, do you really need to hold the phone? Not with the handset speakerphone. Just listen along, and press a button or pick up when it's convenient. You'll think up other great uses, like letting Grandma and Grandpa listen to their new grandchild at the same time, painting your nails as you talk to your best friend, or just being able to set the phone down while you talk.
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