Summary: This 2-line speakerphone works great. When you put a call on speakerphone, the person on the other end doesn't even here any background noise and won't notice that you have them on speakerphone. Also, the speaker is loud and is very clear. This phone has many different gadgets, settings, etc. and I would definitely recommend this to anybody with a small business.
Summary: My husband and I recently started a business and this phone fits all our business needs 100%. Very clear and strong speaker phone, and hand phone. Great for recording (if you have to). I am very pleased.
Summary: This phone works well, good features but one annoying attribute - there is a "beep" whenever a key is pushed but no way to turn it off or even down. When using the speaker phone, others on the call can hear the beep unless the phone is placed on mute. If it weren't for the constant annoying beep - or more importantly, the lack of a way to turn it off, I'd rate this higher. I contacted AT&T but was told the beep can't be turned off or down.
Summary: This phone is a disappointment. I have two lines and when they are both plugged in there is a hum on both lines when I break dial tone. Disconnecting either line cures the noise problem. I guess you could say it is an ok 1 line phone, but then why buy a two line phone if you don't have two lines? Now looking for another phone.
Summary: Great features, easy to use, well built, and very affordable. I particularly the "call history" feature which allows you to review and return incoming calls, or simply save the caller's name and number into the directory.
Summary: Ordered 4 of these phones but one died in less than a year. I'm not sure what happened to it but it just stopped working. If it's not broke it does its job well! Not too sure about the build quality of these things.
Summary: Phone is fine, but product sent by Amazon was defective. Called AT&T for support and they replaced the product which is now working. Wanted simple two line phone without answering machine. That's what I got.
Summary: This phone is a major step up from the entry-level AT&T CL2939 Corded Phone. The 993 model has a backlit display, external AC/DC power supply instead of batteries-only, and has a 2.5mm headset port that can be activated by a button on the phone--no having to lift the handset and fumble with it to take a call via headset. The only feature lacking from this phone that, surprisingly, the CL2939 did have, is that the angle of the LCD display cannot be adjusted.
Summary: ....The LED is poor at best. If you wall mount this phone it is almost impossible to read the screen. As a desk phone it is adequate. The light needs to be improved without question. Other than that flaw, everything else about this phone is outstanding. For the price, it's hard to complain. I believe AT&T is aware of this LED problem and will correct it....their service is excellent!!!
Summary: What the *bleep*! Its a telephone; you know, like AT&T has been doing this for 136 years and they come out with this terrible machine? After a few months use, the phone began to mis-dial the numbers I input, now they just stick or don't function at all. Yesterday, it dropped a call into a conference bridge after only 10 minutes. Most phone numbers must be dialed twice, and with great care to hold the button down long enough but not too long, just to complete a call.