Summary: I've always been happy with AT&T Cordless Phones, Tough, Durable, especially when kids were living at home. GE seems to be dropping th Ball on their Cordless Phones? Newegg's Customer Service is still Awesome as always.
Pros: Called AT&T's Tech Service. They told me this Cordless Phone was a 2010 Model, and that it, most likely, needed to be reset. Over the phone the Tech walked me through the "Reset" process. Reconnected the phone, let it charge 48 hours, it works "perfect"! Love this phone, set it's own time and date, answering machine works great also and the phone looks pretty nice compared to my old GE 900MHz. I'm going to cancel the RMA and free UPS Return tomorrow. Newegg's Customer...
Cons: It's a 2010, but AT&T gave me an extra Year Warranty,4 years altogether, and is sending me an extra Handset Battery for free. No Battery in Base. Don't use Handset Speaker, drains the battery faster than it should, approx. 30 Minutes.
Summary: I realize Cordless phones are becoming a thing of the past, but I'm not wasting money on a "smart phone" that I don't need or want. I will update this in a week after I jump through these hoops with this AT&T Phone.
Pros: AT&T, Sort of Easy Set-Up. Most everything worked, except the Battery.
Cons: Charged for 50 hours, battery died after 30 minutes of talking. I'm charging the Battery again to see if it's faulty. If it is, Newegg's buying me a new Battery, or giving me a $10 Credit. The replacement Battery for the ATTEL52100 is $6.95 plus $2.00 shipping. If Newegg won't work with me, I'll be getting an RMA with a free return lable.
Summary: This phone don't take a charge. I left this phone on the charger for 3days and when I went to use it, It was still saying low battery. I just had this phone for 3 days before it staeted acting up. I would not advise anyone to buy this phone.
Summary: Bought this phone for my Dad who is 94 and is hard of hearing. Phone is simple to operate, buttons are large and well illuminated and he can put on speaker phone easily. Overall a product I would recommend.
Summary: I went without a land line for a couple of years, but hated giving out my cell number to everyone, so when we moved, we got a landline, so that I would have that number to give rather than my cell. I haven't used the phone a lot, since I haven't had it long, but I like it because it is small and doesn't take up a lot of room, but the sound is good, it has a loud ringer, and an answering machine. I don't think you can beat it for the price.