Friday, July 11, 2008

AT&T SL82418 Four Handset Answering System

AT&T SL82418 Four Handset Answering System
List Price: $99.31
Price: $93.32

Availability: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
Ships from and sold by Ace Photo Digital

21 new or used available from $90.25

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Product Description

Keep in touch with friends and family with this AT&T Four Handset Answering System. For absolute simplicity and freedom, the phone is headset compatible for hands-free use (headset is optional). A large, easy-to-read LCD screen on all handsets displays the Caller-ID and Call-Waiting feature. With 50 Phone Book locations and 50-number Caller ID history, you can keep track of your favorite friends and family. Callers can leave messages with up to 14 minutes of digital recording time. Or you can record a memo for yourself and another person. You can add up to a total of 12 stations through a single phone jack. With your choice of English, Spanish, or French prompts, it's easy to set up these phones.

Call Waiting/Caller ID (Service required from your local telephone company) - displays on all handsets Intercom between handsets Call Transfer using intercom Conference Between an Outside Line and up to 2 Handsets 2.5mm Headset jack Large blue-lighted display Blue lighted keypad on handset Voicemail Waiting/New Call/Missed Call indicators Expandable up to a total of 12 stations through a single phone jack Trilingual voice prompts - choose between English, Spanish or French 14 minutes of recording time Call screening/intercept Memo recording

Customer Reviews

The Best Phone Ever!5
I can't say enough nice things about this phone. I love the blue light, the ring, that each phone has a speakerphone option. It's so easy to program. The clarity is exceptional. You can control the volume on each handset. It is a great phone all around. I would highly recommend it! Another thing... so far, it's held up to my 2-year-old dropping it multiple times.

Excellent Choice5
First and foremost, this line of AT&T DECT 6.0 cordless phones works extremely well, no background noise even with a home wireless system, great range, and very good sound quality both with the handset to your ear and on speaker phone. It does all that one should expect from a cordless phone system. Entering names and numbers into your directory is very intuitive, as is using the caller ID and changing the ringer tone and volume. You hardly need the manual. We use the "phone company" voice mail, so I haven't evaluated the "usability" of the answering machine, but it "talks you through" the setup steps, setting the clock, etc., and seems very user friendly to operate. Another nice feature is that directory and CID entries are maintained in the base station, so if, for example, you enter a name/number on handset #1, it is immediately available on all other handsets on your system.

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