Summary: I purchased this as a replacement for an old answerphone. Unfortunately it is very unreliable and tends to lose it's charge unless treated with extra special gentle care. It is more on the charger than being carried around.
Summary: Originally intended to buy BT Verve but bought this one instead after reading another customer review. Was not disappointed, great looking phone, really easy to set up and is really easy to use. Answering machine plays messages really clearly and does not delete them automatically.
Summary: Bought the trio set in July 2008 for £60. As other reviewers have said, they are easy to setup though the menu/interface is decidedly clunky and archaic - think of a mobile phone circa 1990 add basic colours and you'll get the picture (sic). Good: pleasant, easy to use. Ring tones are average/ok.
Summary: Bought this phone approximately 2 years ago and although it looks ok some of the features have a lot to be desired. Really annoying ring tones for one, when someone has left a message the non stop and extremely annoying beeping telling you that a message has been left and there is no way to turn it...
Summary: If you are looking for an easy to use answer phone system and you are not too worried about when a message has been left then the BT Freestyle 350 is for you! The phone system is easy to set up and the functionality on the answer phone unit is easy to understand.
Summary: Never mind if these are labelled as 'easy to set up'. That's no good if, when up and running, you get constant problems! I would definitely not recommend these phones! They have a poor quality feel and after less than 2 years I have had enough of them for the following reasons; 1.
Summary: I've had these phones for the best part of three years. The biggest problem is the battery life is absoutely terrible in these. Within a year the charge in the batteries will depreciate to an extent where you can't even have 15 minute calls without the phone completely cutting out, which as you can...
Summary: I bought these phones half the recommeded price. I think it was money well spent. The phones were easy to set up. My husband loves the fact that you can ring the phone in the kitchen to demand breakfast in bed at the weekends.
Summary: The most important function of a phone is the call quality which is where these phones falls flat on their face. On my previous set of handsets I had no problem with call quality but with the BT Freestyle 350 the call volume will just suddenly drop totally mid conversation.