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TRU12803 Digital Cordless Phone (1 x Phone Lines)

TRU12803 Digital Cordless Phone (1 x Phone Lines)
alaAverage 3.6

7 reviews

Apr, 2014

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On average, users rate this product 71/100.

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Good phone. Great price

 

I have had this 3 phone sys. for about 2 weeks now. Price was $49.99. Very satisfied overall. Cons were no belt clip, no lighted keypad, no speaker phone on the base unit. Pros were speaker phone on hand sets, 70 name address book, no interference ...

Cons were no belt clip, no lighted keypad, no speaker phone on the base unit

Consumer review by:

Disappointing

 

I wanted a 5.8 GHz cordless phone system and decided it would be a good time to replace my aging AT&T answering device with an integrated cordless phone and answering system. Trouble is, the AT&T worked so well that it spoiled me for answering...

5.8 GHz operation ; comfortable handsets

Poor answering machine sound quality ; no headset connector on phones

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Product Specifications

The TRU12803 from Uniden is a 5.8 GHz phone system with plenty of features, including a second handset and charging cradle and the option to add even more. By using the 5.8 GHz frequency with digital transmission, the TRU12803 is able to offer a clearer signal and greater distance than traditional phones operating on lower analog bands. Multiuser expandable, the TRU12803 supports up to 10 handsets on the same system , allowing you to place extra handsets wherever you need them. Caller-ID and call-waiting compatible, the base unit holds up to 70 caller ID/memory locations in its internal memory, while each handset stores up to 50 locations, so you can keep track of incoming calls and store the most important phone numbers for easy recall. Handsets can be used in DirectLink (walkie-talkie) mode to communicate with other handsets on the system, while a baby-monitoring mode lets you hear what's going on at another handset location.
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