Pros: It actually does let you link two cell phones to the base station.
Cons: Setup is a little time consuming. This is to be expected considering we're linking unlike products. Still, I don't think anyone else in my home could have understood the manual. Being an IT specialist helped.
Summary: I didnt know that these phones came with AA rechargeable batteries. I am used to the rechargeable battery packs but thus far the phone have been great. they hold a charge for a long time. Ive even left one off of the charger for 3 days and when I come back the phone battery bars were still full.
Pros: Excellent sound, blue tooth connects to my wireless Rocketfish head set as well as being able to download my entire phone book off my iPhone 4S! Nice large fonts so I can actually SEE them. Intuitive operation
Summary: I bought this because I recently dropped our land line and went to cell phones only. Then found out my wife would leave her cell phone in purse and missed calls. We have a phone on each of 3 levels of our home and no more missed calls, reception is great and people I talk to say I sound better than on the cell phone. Setup was easy and best part it auto. disconnects when you leave and auto.
Summary: I searched for phones to prepare for the inevitable loss of my land line. I settled on this Panasonic with Link to Cell for the brand reliability, and the features I wanted. It plugged in and just worked, and soon my wifes' iPhone and mine were linked to the base station. I imported all my contacts easily so I have a personal Caller ID and dialer.