Summary: **Introduction** I have been living at my current flat for nearly two years now and when I moved in I needed a few new things and one of those was a home phone as I had used my mobile only when I was at my last place as I was house sharing. I didn't want a fancy phone as I have an excellent smartphone and would just need a basic home phone so after a quick search in Argos I opted for this one which was £12.99 in a sale, I don't remember how much it was before that but it...
Excerpt: "I purchased this phone about a year and a half ago now and so far have never had any problems with it. ==Whats in the box== Handset Base Plug Phone cable Instructions ==How to set up== To set up you take the plug and plug it into the socket, this is already connected to to the base so no need to fiddle around, then plug the telephone cable into the phone socket in your wall, and switch the plug on, that's all there is to it. Then place the handset ...
Binatone veva 1200.Worst element is very bad tone. But not good o
25 January 2011
Excerpt: "The worst thing is the bad tone, Im not sure if this comes under reception and clarity of speech. I didn't feel as if I had bad reception, but was certainly have problems hearing people to varying degrees, including one company I had to redial and try another person, because I just couldn't understand what this foreigner was saying. I am not predudiced, - one regularly has to speak to foreigners at different call centers. I dont like that you have ...
Pros: none, if you cant understand your caller . Some aspects OK didnt mind "cheap plastic" etc
Summary: I bought this phone two years ago, I think it cost £18.99 at the time. It definitely would have been the best value phone available, being a student at the time I would have gone for the cheapest option at the time. This is a single handset, with a base that connects to the phone jack in the wall, and a phone that sits in it. It sits in easily and charges automaticaly as it sits there.
Summary: Our phone recently packed up (much to our annoyance) when we moved home. My husband and I looked through the Argos book and decided we just wanted a cheap cordless phone. The Argos Value one was the one which caught our eye for £9.99 but when we went to Argos we were sent this one as a substitute so thought it was a good phone for a bargain price. Once we got it home, we opened the box and found the phone was a black handset with a matching base.
Pros: Looks nice, is cheap
Cons: Lose volume at the beginning of calls and had to hear it ring if in another room
A cheap phone that looks and feels like a cheap phone
20 October 2009
Excerpt: "...catalogue I came across the Binatone Veva 1200, it was a single cordless handset and cost £18.99, just what we where looking for so of I went to purchase it. What's in the Box? In the box you get the handset, the base for the handset, the mains cable, a telephone cable and a set of instructions that tell you how to use the various features of the phone. The Phone The phone is made out of a cheap plastic; it feels like it may break quite easily, ...
Pros: Its very cheap
Cons: Looses connection with the base and beeps (usually in the middle of the night)
Excerpt: "...degrades over time with some Binatone models, but as I have only owned mine for around 1 month, I can't comment on this. Overall, this is a good-value DECT, and if you're not looking for anything posh, then it's well worth considering. ...