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Best Cordless Phone for home?

Asked by psyla (2544points) October 14th, 2008 from iPhone

I’m looking to replace my aging Panasonic home cordless phone. I need a base station and four remote phones would be good. I don’t particularly like Panasonic, the quality is great but the phone has about twelve unnecessary buttons on it. What cordless is best and why doesn’t Sony make cordless phones? Also, a pocket-size would be great for when I’m out in the yard setting rabbit traps.

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jsc3791's avatar

I thought this question was interesting, as I honestly do not know many people who still have land lines.

Out of curiosity – do you have a cell phone and if so, why have you decided to keep your land line?

= )

I apologize for not having a personal recommendation for you on cordless phones but this one got good reviews on–1

intro24's avatar

These are some pretty good phones. Lot’s of features. Not sure about their size though.

phoneman's avatar

Stay w/DECT 6.0 for the best combination of call clarity (no interference) and range. Panasonic and AT&T (SL82418 & SL82518) have the best 4 and 5 handset factory bundle deals going. Favorites for quality and reliability are the Philips and Verizon models, but unfortunately you’ll pay more since they don’t have 4 handset bundles from the factory. Ask you favorite small etailer/retailer for more information…

psyla's avatar

I keep a landline because it’s economical & it carries my Internet broadband. I don’t use my cell much & it costs ten dollars per year with T-Mobile to go. That’s right, I said per year. Thanks for all you guys input! I’ve been searching for a new landline for about a year. Maybe your all suggestions will solve my shopping problem.

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