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14 September 2008 | 22:52
James
said

I can only agree with the above review. I bought this phone from liGo 4 weeks ago and am really happy with it.

18 September 2008 | 16:15
Andy watson
said

Class Product, real comfy and easy pairing with my Blackberry Pearl and LG Viewty . Rapid delivery also. Merci :)

22 September 2008 | 13:16
daniel
said

not sure about James Bond, but it would look good on me

5 October 2008 | 13:12
Oscar
said

This phone looks fantastic. Would like to see an article on your best looking phones.

8 October 2008 | 12:11
john
said

Hello, will the gigaset s685ip work with my BT Hub? the hub has 2 spare ethernet ports and I currently use BT Broadband talk.
Advice appreciated,
John

8 October 2008 | 12:50
sam
said

Hi John, i recently bought an S685 IP and i also have the bt home hub. I just plugged it into one of the spare ethernet ports and off i went. Works quite well although i haven’t used it fully yet. I need a spare weekend :)

8 October 2008 | 13:14
john
said

Thanks for reply sam, some people have told me that the S685IP will not work with the BT Hub if it does work it means i can do away with my seperate BT Talk phone and answerphone I will look to buy one i think.
regards,
John

26 October 2008 | 19:16
AlexE
said

Hi,

Can you use this handset with Skype or just with the Siemens IP phone network?

rgds/alex

26 October 2008 | 21:22
sam
said

Hey Alex, you cant use with skype. It works with various VOIP providers like vonage or even the BT one. Its pretty nifty. Of course you can use it as a normal home phone too. Hope that helps.

28 October 2008 | 19:11
Gamingforever
said

Hey u hv infact got a nice collection of phones…

1 November 2008 | 18:09
*wars
said

Is dis headset using analog (jacks) or using usb?or is it provided with external sound card?

12 November 2008 | 12:14
Elizabeth Noel-Jones
said

I have hearing problems and therefore I need a telephone with exceptional clarity and volume. I currently have a B.T dect with digital clarity which I find quite good. In April, I bought from you, a Panasonic Digital Cordless Triple Pack which, quite frankly, I have found to be very disappointing indeed – I wonder which phone you would actually recommend for someone in my position.

16 November 2008 | 12:50
J Fisher
said

I too would like to know of a good cordless multi-set for someone with hearing problems. How about with big buttons too?

16 November 2008 | 13:53
sam
said

Hello to you both and thank you for your questions.

Unfortunately, there are limited options at present for those with hearing problems. However, please see the below suggestion.

Panasonic 7180 cordless phone

http://www.cordless-phones.uk.com/cordless-phones/cordlessphones-answering-machine/panasonic-kxtg-7180-boneconduction

This has received excellent customer reviews and use a new bone conduction technology to ensure that you always hear the caller clearly. It also has large buttons, a big display and an answering machine.

If we can help further, please do come back. We would love to hear what you think.

18 November 2008 | 01:14
daniel
said

Hi Sam, why not extend the award list with the best phone for people with hearing problems?

19 November 2008 | 18:24
sam
said

After popular demand, the article has now been updated and includes a new section. If you have any comments, we would love to hear from you.

22 November 2008 | 08:39
Geomelyn Jaramilla
said

Why that there are some telephones doesnt appear the number even it has a features for caller ID?

23 November 2008 | 00:01
sam
said

There could be several reasons for this but to name a couple:

- Caller ID service hasn’t been activated on your phone line (you need to contact your line provider such as BT)

- The caller has withheld their number

28 November 2008 | 18:46
Ted bee
said

Why would anyone want to miss the holiday season by 2 weeks when launching such a product?
This makes a perfect xmas gift but it is out a few days too late. Siemens make the best phones but desperately need a marketing team.

2 December 2008 | 23:55
sam
said

You’re right there. Its really a great looking and functioning phone. Looks and feels like the Blackberry bold. Such a shame it wont be out till January 09 at the earliest.

6 December 2008 | 14:21
goebish
said

Jacks only, no external usb craps.

7 December 2008 | 21:45
John
said

Shared addressbook is such a MAJOR feature of DECT that it’s a shame many phones don’t have it. The ones that do have it (e.g. some Panasonic, BT or Philips ranges) do not advertise it very readily. I can’t understand why it should be so difficult to find out what phones DO have shared addressbook, but IT IS – frustratingly.

8 December 2008 | 03:51
daniel
said

Hi John, don’t you think that shared addressbooks have advantages and disadvantages? We are a family of 4 and each one of us has their own addressbook on their phone. That way the addressbook stays smaller in size and your contacts are much easier to find. And yes, we have 2 more handsets, where we have all numbers stored, just in case.

8 December 2008 | 11:39
john
said

hi, daniel. i agree – there are some disadvantages to shared addressbook. and that is why it should be optional to use it. the great advantage, however, is that you don’t have to go round every phone manually inputting every number, every time you get a new one. and i still think, all the same, that with it being such a major feature it should be more clearly advertised. the only way i found out that philips and panasonic have shared addressbook is by going to their site, downloading the manual and scrutinising it with a magnifying glass. thanks for your comments!

8 December 2008 | 13:28
sam
said

John, you’re right. A shared phonebook is an important feature that unfortunately few manufacturers have this one their phones and even at that, they dont readily make this information available.

The more common feature is the ability to copy the address book from one handset to all otherrs by the press of a few buttons. Its not quite the same as a shared address book but I guess it makes life a little easier than having to put them in manually into every phone. If there are any phones in particular you’re looking to purchase and would like to know if they have a shared address book, post the model names here and we’ll do the research for you. I hope that helps.

11 December 2008 | 15:35
walter
said

It is on sale for a month in germany!

15 December 2008 | 12:50
Robert
said

As I have contacts on several different VoIP systems (TescoPhone and Windows Live Messenger) will the S685IP work on these different systems or will separate handsets be required for each system?
Cheers, Robert

25 December 2008 | 18:07
Jon Moss
said

Thanks for this – just ordered some T7s from you :-)

Merry Christmas!

28 December 2008 | 22:29
Zoe Hellar
said

The Lumix is a good camera , but I think calling it the best digital camera is pushing it. Its a bit pricey for a 10 mp – a Pentax optio can set you back less than 100 pounds, with Pentax photo quality.
Zoe

3 January 2009 | 23:05
val
said

I see that Argos has some very good offers until 16 Jan, Binatone brand eg.triple set for 29 pounds (half-price)
they also have Wharfedale brand a bit dearer – how British does that sound!!!

Is there anything we should know about BinatoneG11 or Veva 1210 bearing in mind the adage that you get what you pay for?

Does anyone think that 10 quids worth of replacement product cover for 3 years is a good idea?

Val

14 January 2009 | 01:57
angela neil
said

husband has a garage business over a large area eg. spares, bodyshop , and mechanical, so he walks between them all day . he also is a hands on person so the phone needs to be very duarable ie. dropped,left outside ,and generally abused . i have a bt elements phone at home and it seems ok ,ive just ordered a twin set from yourselves ,am i making the right decision

17 January 2009 | 21:29
Neal
said

If only they did a VOIP version.

18 January 2009 | 19:37
daniel
said

Val, I see that you are contemplating buying a Binatone Phone or another of the cheap range argos is offering. From my experience (Binatone), it is money thrown out of the window. The phones were completely useless, the sound was extremely bad, the functionality awful and after just 5 months the phone stopped working. I am now looking on this site for a proper phone and having read the blog and the reviews on the shopping site, I think I will just go for the Siemens S685, which is Which recommended. I will let you know how i will get on with that one. Daniel

5 February 2009 | 19:29
colin lake
said

what has happened to model a165 single phone? currys only have triple or double they tell me

8 February 2009 | 18:29
Ella
said

Yet another complaint to add to the list. iDECT v2i single hanset.less than 1 year old (no receipt off course). Moved from its position for decorating. Now the hanset is receiving no signal from the base unit. All lines, power etc ok. other phones in the house (not iDECT ) are fine. The answer machine part still answers callers but there is no dialling tone or any thing on the appropriate hand set. Complete waste of money.

12 February 2009 | 23:19
Brian
said

This is a very nice looking phone. Does any one know were I can buy one and have it shipped to the US?

14 February 2009 | 16:28
Chris
said

I have just had a fiddle with the settings of the S685 IP and it works perfectly with BT Broadband Talk. No more home hub. The speech quality is second to none on both the landline and through VOIP. If anyone needs some settings guidance.. request through this blog and I will post it.

17 February 2009 | 12:13
john
said

Chris, could you please e-mail me the settings you have made for the bt broadband talk service using the S685 in ordwer to do away with the hub. many thanks

18 February 2009 | 18:56
Mathan
said

Functionality of this phone is very versatile and impressive. Connectivity to gigaset.net was troublefree, but another sip gateway setup was a little difficult. I am going to configure yahoo messenger service. I think it is only for text chatting and voice chatting is not possible. a mute button is missing (not even a soft key). a big D’oh.

19 February 2009 | 19:14
Chris
said

John, herein should be your solution…

Log onto http://www.bt.com/bbv and enter your internet phone number and password.
Select configure hub/router (step one).
When the configure screen appears, right-click on the red configure button and select – open link in new window.
The http address at the top of the new screen contains your setup data.
Left-click on it ONCE, then immediately right-click and select copy.
Open a text editor, ie., Notepad, and paste your data into it.
Find all the & signs, and split the long data line up at each point, just before the & sign.
ie.,

http://www.api.home/voipsetup.api
?SIPTransportProtocol=UDP
&SIPTransportPort=5060
&SIPRegistrarAddress=btsip.bt.com
&SIPRegistrarPort=5060
&SIPOutboundProxyAddress=sip.btsip.bt.net (this one could be different)
&SIPOutboundProxyPort=5060
&SIPProxyAddress=btsip.bt.com
&SIPProxyPort=5060
&SIPPhoneNumber1=441234123456 (this is your no.)
&SIPCallerName1=
&SIPUsername1=[email protected]
&SIPPassword1=*************** (don’t cut and paste! type it in exactly)
&SIPPhoneNumber2=
&SIPCallerName2=
&SIPUsername2=
&SIPPassword2=
&SIPHashB=
&SIPHashC=
&SIPHashD=
&SIPHash=

This is the stuff you need to load up your S685IP, although the some of the descriptors are not a like-for-like match.

———————————————————–
GIGASET S685IP Telephony provider 1 – edit

Personal Provider Data
Authentication Name: [email protected]
Authentication password: *************** (password from above)
Username: 01234123456
Display name: 01234123456

Advanced Settings

General Provider Data
Domain: btsip.bt.com
Proxy server address: btsip.bt.com
Proxy server port: 5060
Registrar server: btsip.bt.com
Registrar server port: 5060
Registration refresh time: sec
Network
STUN enabled: No
STUN server:
STUN port:
STUN refresh time: sec
NAT refresh time: sec
Outbound proxy mode: Always
Outbound proxy: sip.btsip.bt.net (this one is .net)
Outbound proxy port: 5060

Heres hoping…..

23 February 2009 | 14:40
Ralph Bassfeld
said

I’ve created a video review of the Siemens Gigaset SL785/SL78h which I’ve posted on youtube. Here is a direct link to the video: http://krz.ch/498279

23 February 2009 | 19:34
Tracey
said

I was interested to read these comments. I wear hearing aids and have an Artone Bluetooth Loopset (ie a hearing aid neckloop) that I use with my Nokia mobile phone for work. Having read on the Which? website that the Siemens Gigaset SL565 has a bluetooth connection and also very good sound quality, I’m tempted to buy one to use at home with my neckloop. Has anyone any views on this (ie whether it will be compatible and what the sound quality would be like).

23 February 2009 | 22:02
Ralph Bassfeld
said

I’ve created a video review of the Siemens SL785/SL78h and placed it on youtube. Here is a direct link to the video: http://krz.ch/498279

24 February 2009 | 00:22
Michael
said

Your site is “probably” the web-best! Following extermination by lightening, we followed ….? advice
and replaced with a rubbish BT cordless… Checking reviews, I miss reference to the audio quality
at the “other end”, ie as perceived by the other party. Clear audio suggests a good quality phone with good signal processing characteristics, but this may not guarantee the same at “the other end”. This will necessarily be subjective as it will depend not only on the quality of the phone under review, but also on transmission loss, audio processing in the other party´s phone etc. It would nevertheless be a useful complement to reviews to have a “subjective” assessment of the average perceived quality of audio at the other end : “fuzzy”, distorted, soft/loud, clear, hi-fi etc.

24 February 2009 | 09:59
janette kirkpatrick
said

I am looking for a new 4 handset cordless. Siemens has very good reviews, so, is the new Siemens SL785 available in this format & if so is it good to buy?

25 February 2009 | 06:58
Howsie
said

Chris,

Is will this work if I don’t have a BT Hub? I’ve a Linksys WAG325N in it’s place and a Siemens C475IP and I’m struggling to get anywhere with BT Talk.

I’ve very new to the whole VoIP scene…

26 February 2009 | 09:34
Chris
said

Howsie,
It should work if you don’t have a BT Home Hub using the guidance suggested. I have a S685IP system and a Linksys WAG300N. It works ok. There are a couple of lumps in the operation but these are down to BT. The landline side is fine, as you would expect but the VoIP calling system is somewhat variable. Nothing wrong with the S685IP I hasten to add. It’s the BT end that causes trouble. I can only manage 0.5Mb broadband speed at my location and even that depends on the level of internet traffic into the village, so at certain times of the day my VoIP phone calls are randomly cut-off due to the poor BT supply. It’s the actually worse with the BT HomeHub and the BT internet phone they supplied spent most of it’s time with the “searching for hub” message on it’s screen ….which is why I bought the Siemens S685IP system.

26 February 2009 | 18:38
Howsie
said

Chris,

Where do I put all this then? Is this BT HH specific?

http://www.api.home/voipsetup.api
?SIPTransportProtocol=UDP
&SIPTransportPort=5060
&SIPRegistrarAddress=btsip.bt.com
&SIPRegistrarPort=5060
&SIPOutboundProxyAddress=sip.btsip.bt.net (this one could be different)
&SIPOutboundProxyPort=5060
&SIPProxyAddress=btsip.bt.com
&SIPProxyPort=5060
&SIPPhoneNumber1=441234123456 (this is your no.)
&SIPCallerName1=
&SIPUsername1=[email protected]
&SIPPassword1=*************** (don’t cut and paste! type it in exactly)
&SIPPhoneNumber2=
&SIPCallerName2=
&SIPUsername2=
&SIPPassword2=
&SIPHashB=
&SIPHashC=
&SIPHashD=
&SIPHash=

26 February 2009 | 23:40
Chris
said

Howsie,
It goes in the little black box that came with the phone.
You call it up through your pc browser with…. and I’m guessing here… 192.168.1.2. Check with your own instructions. Just follow the instructions that came with your phone, probably as a pdf file on the CD.
If all the instructions seem a little mystical, I suggest you speak to someone you know who can setup routers and home networks and let them put it in for you. Don’t forget, it’s not the data I gave as an example that you enter. It’s your own data obtained in the manner mentioned in the previous posting.
Good luck.

27 February 2009 | 14:39
Serenia
said

Hmm, very cognitive post.
Is this theme good unough for the Digg?

5 March 2009 | 20:20
Howsie
said

It would seem that the C475IP doesn’t allow me to enter these configuration settings. Damn.

9 March 2009 | 16:08
Alan
said

My present Panasonic Triple system KX-CD210e is fine but can longer read the phone displsy easily.What phone has the biggest, clearst displayand do I need to buy a complete system or just three phones, i.i. can \\\\\\\i use the docking cradles supplied with the \panasonic, thereby saving money and any installlation problems?

13 March 2009 | 02:45
Great video Ralph! What about US compatibility?
said

Thanks for putting the video together. Do you know if it will plug into a phone jack in the US? I have handle the power adapter but worried the phone wire connection is a different standard. Specifically, is the phone connection a two wire connection that is compatible with US standards (POTS)?

24 March 2009 | 21:12
Ralph Bassfeld
said

There is only one phone cable. For the US, you need a cable with a US phone connector on one end, and a RJ45 connector on the other.

25 March 2009 | 08:53
sam
said

Hi Alan, I like your logic but unfortunately the handsets are not available on their own. They always come complete with cradles. There are a few phones with big displays – it really depends on your budget. I would recommend sticking to Panasonic or if you budget can stretch a bit, then Siemens. Here are a couple of nice phones:

http://www.cordless-phones.uk.com/cordless-phones/multihandset-answering-machine/siemens-gigaset-c475-twin

http://www.cordless-phones.uk.com/cordless-phones/multihandset-answering-machine/panasonic-kxtg-7323-Trio

6 April 2009 | 21:02
Steve Bolton
said

I can’t get this phone to connect to a PC running XP or to two different windows smartphones. How do you transfer data if you can’t get the bluetooth to connect at all? The downloaded software doesn’t connect either.

9 April 2009 | 21:17
IAN JOHNSTONE
said

pros-could not ask for more in a phone.
cons-it echos when i speak,but not when people speak to me, been in touch with philips ,they told me to test it on another persons phone line,but still the the same.
Will be getting back in touch after easter

10 April 2009 | 16:58
Rafael
said

Hi There. Is there one actually familiar with this Long range Cordless Phone http://www.longrangephones.net/new_single.html

The product seems fine even at minimum range advertised. Heck even at 50% of minimum. The investment is steep so is not as simple as trial and error. Thanks

15 April 2009 | 19:11
Steve Bolton
said

I have now finally managed to connect the phone to a pc by buying a usb bluetooth gadget.
Now I find that the transfer software trashes the numbers as it transfers them from Outloook 2003.
Yep – it insists that you enter an area code and an international dial code (in US format) before syncing – it then trashes the beginning of all of your numbers with a random 5 digits of these codes.
What is the point of having bluetooth or transfer software if it trashes all of your numbers. I am sick sick sick of typing numbers into these stupid DECT phones. What a waste of money for the bluetooth capability.

16 April 2009 | 19:10
Hadi
said

I just bought a Bt diverse 6450 and tried registering the this uint, 6450 has a option on the base which you set to on, but i am getting no joy, the repeater light keep flashing.

22 April 2009 | 11:28
Serge Bakker
said

I agree, how easy can it be for the siemens engineers to write a simple address book editor

does anyone know a 3rd party gigaset editor software, I’ll be glad to pay for it

24 April 2009 | 00:17
Steve Bolton
said

I have now downloaded the version 4 siemens software which is a bit better and the help tells me how to type in the area and international codes into the preferences. – Now it only trashes some of the numbers.

30 April 2009 | 13:04
summiee
said

can you record your own out going message?

1 May 2009 | 18:59
Brian Willcocks
said

Having bought a set of 5 BT Synergy phones, I discovered how truly awful they are. Poor battery life (but with very inconvenient instructions how to condition the batteries). Unreliable behaviour and poor range. Complicated.
So I joined ‘Which’ in order to check out what they recommend. Oh, dear, the Synergy phones are in their recommended list and stated as having good battery life. So I have ignored BT and bought some Panasonic jobs. Remind me to cancel my ‘Which’ sub.

3 May 2009 | 08:16
D.Knezevic
said

dear sirs
Panasonic cordlec phone with 500m Range, with Repeater. 500m range in line.

8 May 2009 | 10:43
jayna
said

I have a binatone speak easy combo 3610, it is not very good with range, i have a 5 bed room house, the main phone is downstairs at the main door, one in the kitchen( 10 meters away ) shows low range, another upstairs also shows low range and keeps on giving the warning through out the night, so annoying. Yet the specs say 50 m indoor range. Not true

13 May 2009 | 08:11
henry
said

Siemens gigaset sl785 is a latest cordless and voip phone, it’s looking just like mobile phone and same functions.

16 May 2009 | 23:25
sharon
said

when talking on the phone it kept cutting off my coversation then it shows secrecy and then the answer machine comes on and said, answer on. its annoying because i have to keep redialling the person im talking to.

27 May 2009 | 21:24
Rob Sieling
said

I would absolutely love to buy one. I live in London Ontario Canada. Is there any place close where I can buy one?

29 May 2009 | 19:56
Mike
said

Has anyone managed to install QuickSync with Windows 7?

When will a Windows 7 compatible version be available?

9 June 2009 | 14:36
Nick Gilbert
said

I work in the motor trade as a sole trader.Are the cordless phones easy to divert to a mobile ? Any feedback please.

10 June 2009 | 11:17
Alex
said

What if that doesn’t work?

15 June 2009 | 16:04
Pete
said

Will any of your handsets give you a list of the calls that you have missed if Caller ID is activated by BT?

Also, will any handsets syncronise with outlook, i’ve 700 contacts that i’d like on the handset.

17 June 2009 | 13:18
jacqui
said

i have puchased a siemens gigaset s675, to find out that it is not compatible with adsl router, and hence caller id can not be displayed. As this function is very important to me, i am going to have to replace this with a adsl compatible phone.

1 July 2009 | 21:07
Carlos
said

Chris,

Thank you very much for taking the time to post the detailed procedure. I have followed it and in the first instance it appears to be working as in the Telephony > Connections tab under the IP1 Provider I get under the status column the REGISTERED acknowledgement. But, when I try to make a call I get a recorded voice that states that if I want to use the line for making calls I need to call BT at 0800 800 150 using another line.

I know that BT Broadband Talk is enabled as I already have a working phone connected to the BT Home Hub and it can make and receive calls.

Any idea or suggestion what my problem might be?

Thanks!

2 July 2009 | 00:06
Margaret
said

I have the BT Privacy at Home plan which is supposed to give me Caller display, but on enquiring about Caller display not being activated BT tell me it is not available, can anyone tell me why when my phone is compatible with this service.

4 July 2009 | 20:17
Mel
said

Will this phone allow me to check my WWW e mail,?
I get so much S……… yes, spam on outlook express its not good so I don’t use it often.

6 July 2009 | 10:13
No1-Teef
said

I have managed to get the Quicksync Software working on Windows 7, Just install it on a XP on Vista machine and copy the install directory C:\Program Files\Gigaset Quicksync to you Windows 7 machine, create short cuts and install the driver in the C:\Program Files\Gigaset Quicksync\Gigaset handset generic USB driver 32bit folder and thats it.

If you don’t have a Windows XP/Vista machine handy then install Virtual PC on you Windows 7 machine, more dertails here http://www.microsoft.com/windows/virtual-pc/download.aspx

Enyoy :)

10 July 2009 | 16:05
Hugh
said

I’m also having a problem trying to register a rtx 4002 repeater with a panasonic KX-TG8421E. Apart from turning the Registration on or off via a phone , there does not seem to be a way of putting the phone into registration mode. Any advice most welcome!

23 July 2009 | 13:30
z
said

brilliant

24 July 2009 | 15:40
Mark Poole
said

I’m in the market for a new cordless phone set, probably 2-3 handsets. On my last model, which admittedly were a few years old, the main problem was that the phones didn’t ring, only the base unit actually rang. This meant that i was always losing the handsets as they never rang! Do the handsets generally ring now as standard or are there still soem to avoid?

26 July 2009 | 14:28
Sam Mac
said

My wife and I find it difficult to hear the phone in the hall ringing, with the TV on and the reception is also very weak, on our present phone so we would like to buy one with much louder ringer and reception. The problem is that with the exception of a few specific phones, in all of the sites I’ve tried, there is no indicatoin of what power to expect from a phone.

27 July 2009 | 16:03
Natalie Ng
said

I am looking for a system that can handle door entry,( with a distincly different sound to a normal telephone ring), intercom communication between at least 8 rooms, and 12 handsets. I have been recommended the Panasonic KXT7735 Phone system. Will this system fit the above requirements?? Thanks for any info!

28 July 2009 | 18:34
KEN JAMES
said

I am looking for a tripel cordless phone with answering machine that will work in Spain

29 July 2009 | 17:30
Elizabeth hawkins
said

We want to buy adect phone that rings for a long time before the 1471 answer service cuts in. At presnt our Philips rings 7 times but we never seem to get there in time !

31 July 2009 | 20:49
Dominic
said

I had trouble too but managed it with our KX-TG8424E (same phone but with 4 handsets). On the base station you will see a button for calling the handsets so that you can find them if they get lost. Press and hold that button for 5 seconds. That puts the base station in registration mode. Good luck.

3 August 2009 | 14:39
Hugh
said

Thanks Dominic for the suggestion. I can do that and I get the bleeps, also the rapid flashes on on the repeater. However when I scroll down on the phone to base unit set up and then to Repeater, the repeater only allows an option for ‘on’ or ‘off’. I can see some reaction between the base unit and repeater but can’t get it to settle down as a steady light on the repeater.

19 August 2009 | 16:31
George
said

Hello Dominic,
I have recently bought an rtx repeater but I have a problem.
I have managed to register the repeater to the base and I have transfered it to the remote location.
The light is permanently on.
The problem is that the Panasonic handsets don’t communicate with the repeater! I get an indication at the screen that there is no signal although the repeater is one meter far from the handsets and the repeater’s light is permanently on.

Please inform me what to do.
If the product is broken please inform me to send it back for a check.

Thanks,
George

20 August 2009 | 18:43
norman
said

what is the pass code to connect ear piece to mobile phone

21 August 2009 | 05:20
Amy
said

Hello you phone geeks! I live in Hong Kong and all the houses here are built with solid walls and our experience with our current cordless panasonic is that reception is very bad if the handset is used in another room which doesn’t have the base station. Our current phone is a 5.8GHtz which I thought was quite good? Our house is a 3 storey house. We now need a new cordless phone system with 4 handsets and we have 4 telephone ports (1 for each). However, I have some questions:

1. Does plugging each handset into a telephone port increase the reception/range? Or does it not make a difference?
2. Does each additional handset need to be plugged into an electrical socket or are they battery powered?
3. I assume all these phones have an intercom system where we can intercom a particular phone in the house? There’s little mention of the intercom system in the reviews.

Any tips of advice much appreciated!

6 September 2009 | 20:24
MrS
said

Carlos I have the same problem!
Did you solve it?
Any info would be good.
Thanks

29 September 2009 | 18:06
Online Stock Investing
said

Your blog is so informative … ..I just bookmarked you….keep up the good work!!!!

5 October 2009 | 02:16
malik
said

hi,i work with in one mile of my home,and i spend most of my time at my work, i want to recieve my landline calls over here as i hav a landline at my home,is it possible to increase my landline range upto 1 mile? and so that i would be able to recieve calls over here,i also want to know that how much it is gona cost me? i want the cheapest possible way,means……………………………………………..

12 October 2009 | 20:05
Carlos
said

MrS, no luck after trying all the tricks that I can think of. I can get it to work for a few hours but then I get the recorded message again and need to reset both the Gigaset base station and the BT ADSL modem/router. This is very frustrating an unreliable as people that call the number get a calling tone but the phone does not even ring. By the way, if I use the BT phone that came with the hub it works a lot better but not even close to a 100%.

I have contacted Siemens Technical Support and received the following the message that which did not do much for me.

Quote:

Thank you for your e-mail. We are glad to be of assistance.

Regarding your query we would like to inform you that the Gigaset S685 IP should have no problem working with any VOIP operator who provides all the information necesary in order to register the phone with the VOIP account. If there is any information missing from the configuration page of the phone please contact your VOIP operator to have it released. If all the data is there and the phone is not working properly you might also consider setting up some port forwarding rules or putting the phone in DMZ mode (exposed host) in order to ensure that the data arrives correctly at the destination. Please note that in order to be able to set up the port forwarding rules in your router for the phone the IP address isued for the phone needs to be static (ensure that the phone gets always the same IP address). The default ports used by our phone for communications are 5060 for SIP and from 5004 to 5020 for RTP.

For any query or consultation, please do not hesitate to contact us on the number indicated below or via e-mail from the web page below.

We hope to have answered your query and to have been helpful with the information above.

Have a great day and thank you for choosing Gigaset products.

With kind regards,

Technical Support for Siemens Gigaset Products

Unquote

26 October 2009 | 18:50
Yvonne
said

I am trying to register a RTX 4002 repeater to my Panasonic KX-TG8220E phone system, but the rapid flashing light does not stop. I have tried it both after pressing the “page/register” button, and without and get the same result. Any suggestions please?
I have to confess that I have lost the original instruction manual and can’t find the full version on the www so would be grateful for any suggestions.

27 October 2009 | 16:14
Bruce
said

Does the Panasonic KX-TG8422EB ring when not on the base

2 November 2009 | 12:03
Robina Clarke
said

i have the idect due and have locked the phone and do not have a red button or on off what do i press anybody know as i have lost the manuel please help ta

6 November 2009 | 22:01
mikado141
said

Sorry, the trick above doesn’t work for me; I have a Philips CD 255 cordless phone, and the apiring doesn’t work with my C65. Any additional clue?
Thanks

7 November 2009 | 22:20
Auto Insurance Guy
said

Ah!!! at last I found what I was looking for. Somtimes it takes so much effort to find even tiny useful piece of information.
Nice post. Thanks

7 November 2009 | 23:44
paul
said

can anyone advise if this as got the best range on cordless home phone as we need the range to be the best possible thanks

9 November 2009 | 15:46
BRIAN WILLCOCKS
said

Some months later, and the Panasonics are superior in every way. KX-TG7305E. Best I’ve had since the old Ascom days.

12 November 2009 | 15:37
Sheldon Friedman
said

I purchased a Thomson Symbio phone today in Israel. The instruction book is in Hebrew. Can I obtain the instruction book in English?

13 November 2009 | 13:33
Vicki
said

I need your help?
Looking for a duo set (one upstairs & the other for downstairs)with the downstairs one corded if possible(to stop loosing it) and It needs good sound as I’m a bit hard of hearing sometimes, also would like SIM facility, have.good range and answer phone facility

16 November 2009 | 19:57
grouchy
said

Has anyone succeeded in transferring images from PC to the phone via bluetooth. I connect and start to send then get a failed message. Tried mobile to phone too. Clues?….

17 November 2009 | 14:07
Chris White
said

Article says this handset can be used with an IP base station. Can anyone confirm, and any info regarding what IP base stations it works with? We have a S450IP base station right now.

24 November 2009 | 20:19
Derek
said

I need 2 systems. The first a 6set using the direct wall socket connection and the other a 4set using my broadband router connection.
I favour the Panasonic 84** series. Would the 2 identical systems be compatible or would they interact adversely ?

24 November 2009 | 23:15
BJW
said

We currently have a a BT diverse 6450 cordless system wher your numbers can be loaded from your SIM card
is there any other manufacturer that provides this feature? If so who are they and what is the cost?

25 November 2009 | 20:00
James Fechtner
said

There is a comment on here that the phone is a VoIP phone. Can anyone confirm if that is true? Is it a VoIP phone as standard or does it require any accessories to enable the VoIP?

2 December 2009 | 13:26
Cell phone blockers
said

Interesting story as for me. I’d like to read something more concerning this matter.

7 December 2009 | 10:03
Gary Day-Ellison
said

Any advice on when this facility will be available for the millions of Mac users?

9 December 2009 | 22:28
Darren
said

THIS IS WRONG INFORMATION!

To Pair the Sennheiser VMX100 headset with your mobile phone; As you open the mic you also need to push down on the bottom button on the side of the earpiece and hold this down (at the same time as opening the mic) until the light flashes red and blue alternating.

12 December 2009 | 14:35
E Wood
said

I was looking for an intelligent review on this phone and instead got this. The reviewer sounds white, male and middle aged, stale, cliched and oh so passe. If you were trying to make me buy this phone you have failed abysmally. Give up the reviewing job you patronising fool.

21 December 2009 | 14:20
TR Bearcom
said

This is great for those who wants to have one and has kids.

21 December 2009 | 17:34
David
said

Given it’s now nearly a year on since this was launched, I wonder how long it will be before the SL8xx comes onto the market?

22 December 2009 | 20:32
len bashford
said

can some one tell me, of a phone that tells me of call, on answer machine, by a sound as well as a light.?

29 December 2009 | 10:34
annoyed-father
said

But will “ruggedised” phones survive a dunking down the toilet by adventurous babies intent on wrecking home electronics?
That’s what I need, so is this it?

30 December 2009 | 21:10
club penguin
said

I love this site! Thank you sooo much for all your posts!

31 December 2009 | 13:56
Dusky
said

Loving the ‘Best for hearing’ category especially the sentence ‘How does that work I hear you ask’. Why not rub it in a bit more!!!! Classic

9 January 2010 | 16:52
Seany
said

Thanks – very useful

9 January 2010 | 17:30
Brian Willcocks
said

Vicki’s entry of 13 Nov 2009 has just arrived in my email inbox. Bit late, Which! The admin end is still suspect: they took three weeks to tell me they could not collect my monthly D/D then I was away for a week and they chopped me.
Good luck, Vicki – hope someone came up with a good answer.

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10 January 2010 | 14:57
Michael Dosier
said

Got my Great looking new SL785, but when I sync it leaves some contacts off the phone. They show up in the list when I go to filter mode. Even shows the numbers it says will transfer over, then NOTHING on the phone. Can anyone help me with this? It is looking like it is the contacts with multiple numbers, but id picked the top three, which I’m good with in the filter, but still not copying them. I’m using the newest version 4.2 and new firmware update. Also, anyone know how to sort phonebook by first name??? Thanks in advance. Bull

12 January 2010 | 07:46
PaidOnlineSurveys
said

found your site today and really liked it.. i bookmarked it and will be back to check it out some more later ..

14 January 2010 | 16:31
claudia morger eigenmann
said

does it work with my mac (snow leopard)?
thank you

15 January 2010 | 13:55
Jörg Appinger
said

I bought the Gigaset S79H with USB connector in the expectation to copy the addressbook directly to the phone.
The problem is, that I’m a Linux User and there is no Linux support for QuickSync :-( .
Why they couldn’t implement a simple usb-filesystem on the phone, which could be mounted to Linux, Mac or windows (every USB Memorystick work in this way)!
Is there a plan to support a Linux version ?

27 January 2010 | 11:03
Bill Struger
said

At least one other reviewer (on another site) has dropped it in water with no ill effects.

[...] Mobile Phones on the Road. How many car accidents do you think have been caused because someone was talking on the phone while trying to drive? The majority of the world’s lawmakers seem to think that it’s quite a few because [...]

7 February 2010 | 17:29
Michelle
said

Help

I’m looking to buy a phone which will allow me to turn the ringer and answerphone to silent so I can see a client without the phone ringing and them hearing the message being left. Any recommendations please?

9 February 2010 | 12:46
James
said

Hi Michelle,

Best phone that I know which does that is the Siemens Gigaset SL785. You can set both the ringer off and switch on call screening on the voicemail. So someone calls you, the phone will just flash so you can see someone is calling and when they leave a message, you can hear it. Hope that helps. Heres a link to the phone:

http://www.cordless-phones.uk.com/cordless-phones/multihandset-answering-machine/siemens-sl785-twin-phone

22 June 2010 | 11:38
James
said

I would like to know if this model upgrade is at all backwards compatible with the 82** series – e.g. ability to synchronise phone books.

23 June 2010 | 02:26
brian
said

Just paired the vmx100 with my htc evo.
Awesome!!!

28 June 2010 | 15:16
John Fearon
said

Can you please recommend a phone for me? I need at least two handsets, if one can be corded so as not to get lost that would be great. The range would need to be good. I would like to have a decent number of rings permissable before the answerphone kicks in, to give us a chance to get to the handset. I like the idea on using bluetooth/sim card to transfer numbers, but not essential. Looks are important (aren’t they always) – the best design I have seen is the Siemens Gigaset 590, in white. Finally, I would like to be able to call and talk between handsets, if poss. That’s all!

Thanks

9 July 2010 | 16:53
Grenville Hill
said

I need a triple cordless phone with .1 – Loud and clear sound .2 -When I lift the phone and find is
for a person in another room I want to tell them to lift their phone and tke the call while I hang up.
I do not want to press any buttons or enter a code which I will have forgotten.
Can you suggest a suitable make please.

27 July 2010 | 16:44
Alexander
said

Thank you Darren!!! I was getting frustrated on it! HA worked like a charm the first time after reading your block of instruction.

Just to add in, as soon as your phone and BT is paired the red and blue witll then change to just a flashing blue. Thats to confirm youre paired!

29 July 2010 | 18:31
christiane Lieberman
said

I am hard of hearing but do not yet want to purchase phones ‘for the deaf’. Does anyone know which ordinary dect phones have the loudest and clearest sound for hearing callers, and for hearing the phone ringing? Two shop assistants told me Panasonic, but I find the one I got on trial isn’t really very good for me. Many thanks.

30 July 2010 | 18:09
John Davis
said

A grand collection of phones.

9 August 2010 | 11:18
Jo
said

I’m new to VOIP and was recommended this system and bought SIEMENS GIGASET S685 IP ECO DECT PHONE S685IP as best reviewed – but now I’m a bit stuck. Will it work with our Macs?

BT have installed broadband line for VOIP today and I need to get started. What do I do first? Do I plug this into the BT socket or should there be a hub or router? They haven’t installed one.

Jo

13 August 2010 | 15:55
Brian Willcocks
said

The Panasonics and Siemens should all do the trick…if you mislay a handset you can use the intercom facility to ring it and find it that way.
Don’t touch Synergy (see above).

14 August 2010 | 16:41
chris
said

Jo,
Sounds like you have a bit of a learning curve with this one. Did your plone come with a “black box” with a button on the front? You need this bit for it to work as you have indicated. If this is the case, the phone line plugs into the BT HomeHub2 unit. The “black box” connects to the BT HomeHub2 via a ethernet network cable, one end to the black box and the onther end into one of the four net sockets at the rear of the BT HomeHub2. You can now “talk” to the black box with any computer that has a internet browser, say.. Firefox or the like. Siemens black box would only work properly at one time with Windows Internet Explorer but later updates seem to work ok with Firefox. If you use any other browser…. it’s a suck-it-and-see job. Once you establish a link between your browser and the black box, follow the instructions from an earlier post above and load in the info. Please note, the phone number you enter is your NEW internet number…. not the landline number. It WILL work with the landline number but it’s a bit slow and the landline crackles a lot, so you have to keep resetting the BT HomeHub2. Sadly, by all accounts the BT bit of the system is not very happy with the Siemens VOIP… or anyone elses, for that matter, so the system you set up will drop-out on occasions and you will have to redial. Ohh… one other thing… once you have the system set up, RoboWoman will keep telling you the line can only be used for emergencies. She’s joking, of course but you need to switch the BT HomeHub2 off for an hour or so, then switch it on again and hey presto… it should work. No guarantees given with the above info. Geting it to work with BT is a bit of trial and error.
Good luck.

27 August 2010 | 22:19
Chris
said

Any luck, Jo?
How did your installation work out..?
Kindest….
Chris

12 September 2010 | 22:43
JonnieB
said

Hi Chris
You are a bit of a wizard! I have now got my 685IP registered but however I am getting “ROBOWOMAN” from BT telling me I cannot make calls from this phone. Any ideas?

Kind regards

Jonnie

16 September 2010 | 12:07
Dr. Mike Stawski
said

WHERE can i get the manual for this?
MS

18 September 2010 | 21:33
Stefan Schmitt
said

I managed to load the content of the phone book to my linux computer using obexftp and the script shown below. Up to now I did not try to write the phonebook back, but presumably it works in a similar way (replace -g by -p).

#/bin/bash
echo ‘ATZ’ > /dev/ttyACM0
cat /dev/ttyACM0
echo ‘AT^SQWE=3′ > /dev/ttyACM0
cat /dev/ttyACM0
obexftp -t /dev/ttyACM0 -H -S -g “/telecom/pb.vcf”
sleep 1
echo “+++” > /dev/ttyACM0
cat /dev/ttyACM0
echo “ATZ” > /dev/ttyACM0
cat /dev/ttyACM0

28 September 2010 | 08:13
Maryon Avery
said

Update: the latest edition of Which? (Oct 2010) carries a “Test Lab” piece on cordless phones on the basis of which I ordered one of the best buys from IiGo yesterday – Siemens Gigaset A585. Awaiting its arrival …

28 September 2010 | 14:07
Ray
said

I live in an old three storey house with lots of rooms, most of which have individual telephone sockets. If I install 2 different cordless telephone packages ( not necessarily the same make and model ) each with their own base unit and say 3 x extension phones with plug in chargers ( therefore 8 x handsets in total ) will they all still work ?

1 October 2010 | 12:46
Ian Goldie
said

Interesting article. But I would be interested to read whether an answerphone has a flashing signal to let you know if a new message has come in. Friends without a flash are often slow to reply, while friends with one get back very fast.

7 October 2010 | 17:19
Rhi
said

Your reviews are normally excellent but obviously this one is head-over-heels….

How about answers to basic questions such as “is the handset comfortable?”, “what’s the sound quality like?” and “what does that massive black box in the background do?”

26 October 2010 | 12:12
Eddie
said

Hi Chris thanks for your info I am going to try setting up the S683 IP with the BT home hub I will let you know how I get on

26 October 2010 | 15:16
Eddie
said

All set up but getting RoboWoman unplugged hub for an hour and still getting her!

7 November 2010 | 09:05
Francis - 4 floored house
said

How good is the intercom ( from kitchen base to 4 th floor bedroom?)

15 November 2010 | 16:18
colin wakinshaw
said

i am thinking of renewing my phone system as the present phones interfere with my internet connection, everytime someone rings me the signal from the phone cuts my internet connection off which then takes me between 10 and 30 min to reconnect is there a product on the market that will prevent this as i am in a broadband area i have taken it up first with my provider who said that there phones out there which will do as i wish but i cannot find them yet can you help many thanks

18 November 2010 | 01:04
frank
said

Hi,

I would like to know what is the difference between sl780 and sl785.

16 December 2010 | 09:31
Andrew
said

Also having problems getting RTX to register with base. Tried automatic and no luck and then manual and seemed to recognise but le to lift handset to dial tone and enter number followed by “. Trying to connect to Siemens Gigaset SL785. Help please.

16 December 2010 | 16:07
charles
said

i have the same problem with my philips cd250 it doesnt pair and when i try to do register it asks me for a pin

21 December 2010 | 16:20
Flash
said

Finally got the broadband talk to activate on my home hub. The secret appeared to be to hit the “configure” button RIGHT after the hub rebooted. I mean RIGHT after. So the phone light on my hub is now lit and I can make calls from my BT hub phone.

I followed Chris’ instructions for configuring the gigaset, and managed to get it to register. The problem that I’m having now is the female voice telling me i can only make emergency calls if I try to use a gigaset handset to dial out over VOIP. I have restarted the gigset hub – no difference. I have restarted the BT hub – no difference.

Chris – were you serious about turning off the BT Hub for a whole hour??? If so then should the gigaset hub be switched on or off during this time?

Anyone got any other ideas?

21 December 2010 | 19:37
Flash
said

The problem is due to the way BT have setup their equipment, no doubt intentional to stop people from using other VOIP systems of broadband voice.

It’s possible to get around it by entering the IP number of the outgoing proxy server instead of it’s name.

To do this connect to the Siemens S685IP hub using your browser, then goto:

Settings->Telephony->Connections

And edit the BT Broadband Talk settings. Then click on the “Show Advanced Settings” button and scroll down to “outgoing proxy server”. In this box enter one of the following numbers in place of “sip.btsip.bt.net”:

62.239.169.144
62.239.169.152
62.239.169.168
62.239.169.172
62.239.169.176
62.239.169.180
62.239.169.196
62.239.169.204
62.239.169.208
62.239.169.212
62.239.169.228
62.239.169.232
62.239.169.236
62.239.169.240
62.239.169.132
62.239.169.140

For example instead of sip.btsip.bt.net you might enter 62.239.169.140

Now be warned that the BT service is flakey and it might take a while to register properly. After it registers robowoman might still kick in from time to time, and the calls might still drop out from time to time.

28 December 2010 | 14:29
Nick
said

Great thanks for that……….now all we have to do is work out how to make a call and transfer to the headset???

28 December 2010 | 14:49
Nick
said

Just to answer my own question as the transfer call bit is a little complicated.
An easy alternative way to make calls with the Plantronics C65 is to dial the number with another phone, rather than the DECT base station. Press the answer/connect button on the C65 once the number is dialled and the headset is connected to the dialled call, which is usually ringing, and the extension phone can be put back on the hook.

MAKE SURE THAT THE PRIVACY IS NOT ENABLED otherwise you will spend ages trying to get the head set to work, without success believe me!!

5 January 2011 | 12:31
Ian
said

Hi
I’ve bought the C475 IP and am trying to configure BT BBT through my HomeHub 2. I believe I’ve followed all the instructions here to the letter but am still getting the BT recorded message.
I have BBT working fine on the BT provided hub phone, but wanted to access both my fixed line (working fine on the C475 IP handsets) and the VOIP line from all handsets in the house.
What is interesting, is that in the 475 web interface, when I click “Set” on the BT Broadband settings I input, initially when I see the Telephony Connections screen return, it returns status “Registration Failed” then if I refresh the scree, I get status returned as “Registered” but still the BT female voice telling me that I can’t use the line for voice calls.
I’m just about at the point of giving up and feel like I’ve bought nothing more than a DECT phone with the ability to upload my address book via VCards.
Help and encouragement to persevere appreciated :)

7 January 2011 | 11:40
danielvettory
said

o This is a wonderful opinion. The things mentioned are unanimous and needs to be appreciated by everyone.

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Vettory

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9 January 2011 | 20:59
Adam
said

Excellent help at last!! Thankyou

12 January 2011 | 17:07
Robbo
said

I need a really good speakerphone – which model will giev me best two-way mic & speaker performance…?

16 January 2011 | 17:28
curious
said

I have a Panasonic 6522 bu would like to add an additional handset. Must I buy an addition handset for this model or would any additional panasonic handset work with my system?

21 January 2011 | 17:31
M Watson
said

This looks great. Is it a ‘normal’ landline phone or VOIP
If its landline, how much is it ?
Where can I buy it one ?

2 February 2011 | 14:13
Ellen Burke
said

I wear hearing aids and my partner cant hold small hand sets plus press small buttons,I would like a phone with clear speech, ID info and a answer machine a triple set.

What would you recommend.

4 February 2011 | 19:51
Salamandre
said

Hi all,

I am using the Gigaset SL 400.
I am on Mac running Mac OS 10.6.6 and QuickSync 1.3.0

I am facing many issues syncing this phone even if the first time it worked well. Could you help me with the international code and the area code.

Thanks in advance,

Salamandre

3 March 2011 | 17:39
Ruby
said

Im a big blog enthusiast and with all of the blogs out there now, not very many stand out like yours does. Your blog caught my eye and I thought that I would post to let you know.

9 March 2011 | 16:49
G. J. DOHERTY
said

I AM trying to find a cordless (probably Siemens) with answering machine and a least two handsets WHICH IS

HEARING COMPATIBLE. Can you please help???

12 March 2011 | 19:40
John
said

Has anyone managed to make this device work with Vonage’s UK network?

27 March 2011 | 22:59
sam
said

The SL785 has an answering machine but the SL780 doesnt. Hope that helps.

15 May 2011 | 09:36
Eddie
said

I agree with Ian I feel I have bought an expensive Siemens S685IP and I cant use it with my BT setup I am now using my old DECT phones for my BT hub. So now use two seprate phones I hoped to use both lines on the one phone.

11 June 2011 | 09:25
Ian
said

Still no joy getting BT BBT to work with my C475 IP handset, but one of the handsets has failed this week, completely refuses to charge (yes I’ve replaced the batteries) so is being returned. Personally, not impressed with these handsets, really fail to live up to expectations for me.

2 February 2014 | 16:26
Terence Nunn
said

Amazon order ID 204-2290669-5146711 Panasonic KX-TG8063EB

I received this yesterday from Amazon, sourced from yourselves. One of the 3 handsets appears faulty and displays the message “Base no power”, which means the handset is allegedly too far from the base unit. It continues to show this message even when it’s right next to the base unit. The other 2 handsets are fine. I rang Amazon and they said I could (A) return the whole package to them or (B) receive a discount. In the case of (A) I would be without a phone until the replacement came and you, Amazon and I would have a lot of hassle. In the case of (B) Amazon’s discount would leave me out of pocket, as a new “additional handset” would cost me about £17 more than Amazon’s discount.

Could I not return the faulty handset direct to you in exchange for a replacement and save us all a lot of bother?

Regards, Terence Nunn.

Could I not send the faulty handset to you in exchange for a new handset?

4 February 2014 | 22:28
Micheline Bartolo
said

Can it be connected to more than one phone?

5 February 2014 | 10:11
Craig McInally
said

Micheline Bartolo » You can register the C65 to other phones but not at the same time ie. you couldn’t have it paired to two phones at once and use the headset to receive calls on both.

5 February 2014 | 10:17
Craig McInally
said

Terence Nunn » I am sorry to hear about the problem you have been experiencing with one of the handsets you received from us.

Please be advised that the message ‘Base no power’ appears when the handset is not receiving any signal from the base. You will need to manually register this handset to your phone’s base station, which can be done by following the instructions provided below:

1. On the handset you are trying to register, go into the main menu and scroll down to ‘Initial setup’ and press OK.
2. Scroll down to ‘Register’ and select this option followed by ‘Register H/Set’.
3. Within 60 sec. press and hold the registration/paging key on the base station (the main unit plugged into your telephone line).
4. “Base PIN” should appear on the handset, and you will need to enter this (the default is 0000) and press OK.
5. If the handset has been registered successfully, the flashing icon should stop flashing.

Should this fail to resolve the problem, please let us know and we will arrange for return and replacement of your handset.

11 February 2014 | 06:23
john d
said

Really it is very annoying to see the missed calls when you are busy in work and you leave that work Only to be hit with the most irritating of all scenarios. Apparently. Or – even worse – you’ve been dragged away from whatever you’re doing in order to listen to a pointless automated message, or even a silent call. But this hand set would surely stop all these things and you wont get disturbed from your daily works .Well, it certainly has the functionality. A nice handset design with clearly visible LCD screen and easy to follow menu means that configuring the handset up is pretty straightforward – if a little time consuming. You’ve got all the normal functions you’d expect – 30 minutes of message recording, hands free, contact records and the ability to copy contacts between handsets.

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