Summary: Nice phone but it has two major faults, one you cant make it ring long enough, maximum number of rings it will do is 9 and the other is the volume of the ear piece, if you have poor hearing or there is any back ground noise you can't hear the person on the other end of the phone.
Summary: My last phone was a Panasonic multi handset system that was very similar. But what started happening is the batteries were failing, and the kids would never put the handsets back on their charging base. My wife and I were using our cell phones much more than our landline anyway. This at least partially solved the problem. We've gone from 4 handsets to 1 physical handset - with 2 virtual handsets on our smartphones.
Pros: Always have a handset in my pocket. Attractive design. Can transfer contacts from iOS or Android phones.
Cons: iOS app is unstable and quirky. Phone not wall mountable. Uses a lot of battery on iOS
Summary: Keys are flat - not easy to press - the User Interface for this phone could be VASTLY improved. I am not happy and will be returning it. The set-up is OK but the ring tones and other features could be improved. I am a techie so my opinion may be a little skewed, but I definietly could NOT use this phone for business all day every day - it's too difficult to fat-finger and you have to dial 1+ the AC and number in order to make a call - although this may be adjusted - it's...
Summary: I love this phone because it is so much smaller and prettier, and easier to use than the last land line phone I had. Range is excellent, has a very easy user interface to use - very intuitive ... far more so than any other land line electronic phones I've had previously. Only problems are with the iPhone app. I had to uninstall it because of two issues that I'm sure Panasonic will fix.
Pros: Compact, Easy to use, Convenient, good-looking phone
Cons: iphone app buggy, app drains iphone battery fast
Summary: It's past due fir some manufacturer to have this. Panasonic has done it with elegance and seemingly good engineering. The product for the most part is intuitive to use. The only niggle is the smartphone app. The sound quality is gret in both the app and handset. But on an iPhone the landline call is held or dropped when a cell call comes in, I suspect this is a limitation of the iPhone bit it makes for a less than hpgret experience when on a call.
Pros: Inexpensive, Compact, Easy to use, Exceeded expectations, Convenient
Summary: I bought this as it received a Best Buy from Which? and they've not lead me astray in the past. However, though my previous phones have been Panasonic and I've been very pleased with them, this falls short of the ideal. Great styling and nice to hold, but the unit always snags a little on the charging contacts when removed from it's base; the menu system is sluggish to navigate; and the earpiece speaker clarity is simply awful. A very 'pixelated' sound.
not support Microsoft Windows Phone 8.1 and strange behaviors when handset is out side of base station and signal are lost.
Petar "PZ", Amazon
23 August 2014
Summary: The phone not have Smart Connect for Microsoft Windows Phone 8.1 The phone handset have a problem with reconnect to base functionality. Re-connection is too slow if signal between base and handset are lost for some period of time. Display stop work and re-connection is slow and hard operation for user. But I like it, because my hope is not dead and I believe that at the end Panasonic will fix problems and send as new firmware with Re-connection fix.
Summary: I really like this phone, its simple to use with a clear display and keypad. Its integration into our wifi network was easy and the ability to use an IPhone or IPad to make or receive calls is a very useful feature.
Summary: Although we were a bit concerned about the shape of the phone when we ordered it, the product is really stylish and smart. We rarely use the handset itself, as it is so convenient to use our own smartphones instead via the landline. Excellent choice.