Summary: This purchase was a replacement for an older system. I have found that Panasonic is the best. It is not the easiest to set up name and numbers in the phone book as you still have to use ABC and click on the letter several times to get the letter you want.
Summary: It is a very good cordless phone. The sound is very clear. The features like voce mail, messages, CID and other are very easy to access. There is a mute button and a belt clip. I'm greatly satisfied with my purchase so far.
Summary: Our family had to replace an old noisy cordless phone system in our home. The old system was a cheap U____n system that had progressively gotten noisy. The new Panasonic system was selected after extensive online review due to its ease of installation, clarity of sound and features for the money...
Summary: I particularly like the voice caller ID announcement. Units have large display that is easy to read and large number pads that are lit. I really like the ability to separate contacts into groups and assign each group its own ring.
Summary: We had an AT&T set before this. Always little things to complain about. This Panasonic set was recommended by a friend that is currently using it -- we like it! Conversations are clear, no interference coming through, bigger buttons and easy to program.
Summary: I have a Panasonic phone I really like but it had started dropping calls--I am signed up with Verizon Home Phone Connect which uses a wireless router with a cordless phone. The phone I have is about 6 years old. I tried another phone I had around the house and it wasn't any better.
Summary: Have been looking for some time for what this telephone offers. I have an old Panasonic that still works great and refuse to give it up (it's in my bedroom). I am retired now plus don't get around as fast so I wanted a phone in the computer room and living room so I wouldn't have to race to the...