Summary: I've using Panasonic phones for my business for over 10yrs now. i upgraded to this phone and was little disappointed. the short cut bottom are nolonger avaliable. the down bottom used to let you see recent calls is nolong there. i found that to be very important feature for me. now i have to play with menu bottom just to see who called. The bluetooth feature is a plus, however it's almost useless because headset has to be linked to the base unit.
Cons: Expensive, Did not meet expectations, Difficult to use
Summary: I have had a version of this phone for about 8 years and I love it. We run a few businesses from our home and the 2 line feature is a must. I use the speaker phone feature from the base almost exclusively and it is crystal clear and can then take the hand held away from the desk if I need to check on something for a customer. I highly recommend it!
Summary: I had a 2 line Panasonic phone for over 10 years which was a superb phone - easy to go through the menus and sharp and clear even when I was not that close to the base. The sound quality on this phone diminishes considerably if I walk to the other end of my house and there's nothing that can be done about that. I sent it back because of the non working caller ID and got a refurbished one. The range will probably not be any better.
Pros: Caller Id Not Working, Comfortable Handset, Compact design, Menu Not Easy To Navigate, Signal Not Far Enough
Cons: Limited Range, Poor Sound Quality, Weak Signal
Summary: I have an older model 2.4g, but got this one for my parents. They never had any cordless phones and they do love it, but they can't grasp the complicated way to access the answering machine from handsets. On the older model it's just one button, but on the new ones its a series of commands. They still have trouble with email.
Summary: Using Verizon wireless telephone service. Old Panasonic answer/wireless unit experenced poor voice quality on speaker. New set,using DECT 6.0 technology ,seems to have solved this problem. Oveall voice quality on phone(s) and S.P. are much better. Answer system holds many more messages than before.
Pros: Good Sound, Good Speakerphone, Nice Features, Strong Signal, Wide Range
Summary: the phonebook and caller ID are both more laborious than need to be. Cheaper phones function better. clearing missed calls directory also takes more effort than necessary. Navigation/selection buttons are too small and imprecise.
Pros: Comfortable Handset, Easy To Setup, Good Sound, Good Speakerphone