Summary: You get what you pay for, I guess. I got this for my home office, and Amazon's price was good. The phone works but you have to dial slowly and carefully. The number won't register unless you press it firmly, and then it will easily double dial.
Summary: Great 2 line phone for use in my home office. A couple of minor annoyances, though.
First the good:
+ Separate volume controls for each ringer
+ Able to control which line is auto-selected
+ Speakerphone very clear
+ Headset jack
+ plenty of speed-dial buttons
+ excellent sound quality.
Summary: used it for training i had and decided to definitely keep it for the convenience of a closer phone. sound is really good. only thing i would ever change is how long the cord is. i would definitely say its a great phone to have if u need a phone for work @ home or just a second phone
Summary: I wanted a reasonably priced good quality speakerphone for my home office. I spend days worth of conference calls each month and this phone is PERFECT! Have been using for 5 months now & it's great, love it.
Summary: My 2 line phones were dying and I needed to update them fast, but didn't want to spend a ton of money. I looked at the reviews on Amazon for this At&t 993 and decided to take a chance. Well, it arrived today and I fell in love with it immediately.
Summary: Not impressed with this phone. Overall, it feels like a cheaply made phone. The touch pads are sticky and find I have to redial as a number did not enter correctly. Line does a fair bit of crackling...
Summary: I used it for my main phone at home. Screen is easy to read, touch pad is large. Two phone lines in one phone is convience and save the space on my desk. I hav all the feathers that I need on this phone.
Summary: Touch tone started failing after about 6 months and is getting gradually worse. It's not that the keys stick, its that it will stall on stall on one tone and just keep that tone going until you have to try and hang up (which is also difficult to do). Frequently doesn't register button pushes.