Summary: Hardly ever take the time to write a review, and this hardly qualifies as one, but I just have to comment on how completely awesome the speakerphone is. Clearest, cleanest sound I have ever heard from a speakerphone - on both ends. Just perfect!
Summary: I thought this was a solid home office phone. This is the third attempt at finding the right home office phone. No bells and whistles (no Bluetooth, no headset jack, no intercom, etc) just a well built 2-line phone with a great speaker phone and more than enough memory to store your favorite numbers...
Summary: Excellent phone, bought instead of AT&T 1040. I've had two 1040's fail in the last two years, mostly by gaining a hum in the hand set. Speaker phone in 1040 is poor. This phone has excellent speaker and hum is gone.
Summary: This phone was a replacement for the one that was shipped earlier. The phone appears to be brand new except for a slight imperfection in the display. This vendor not only promptly replaced the defective phone but told me to keep the it at no charge. I would highly recommend this vendor.
Summary: It's a phone, it has two lines, it has a speakerphone that's pretty decent and a backlit display. It's an older, but still very useful design. Note: No bluetooth or other headsets can easily be used with this device.
Summary: I have struggled to find the appropriate 2 line phone for the home office. This is it. It is a tried and true designed that has been in the marketplace for a time and fits all the needs of the home office. Out of the box it is easy to install with very simple to follow installation instructions.
Summary: This is a professional grade desk phone, no frills - no thrills ... just decent in what it does. Why not 5 stars ? well, for the money is kinda late 80s technology - even the caller ID ( if you can call it like that ) is beyond simple. Bare.
Summary: I was looking for a replacement for a 10+ year old Nortel digital phone. My most important criteria was the sound quality when using the speakerphone. In this area the Nortel was as good as Polycom, and I would have considered Polycom but they don't manufacture phones with features that I feel are...