Summary: I originally purchased the base unit and two expansion handsets about two years ago. The Vtech phones have worked like a champ! So my goal was to simply add another handset to an already existing and solid setup.
Pros: Vtech Products are: - Price - Quality - User Friendly - Free Shipping - Works with Magic Jack Plus and Magic Jack - Phone uses 1.9 Ghz frequency which will not impact your 2.4 Ghz wireless network.
Cons: - The only thing negative was shipping via newegg which is usually top notch. I purchased the phone on 12/21 and it did not ship until 12/26. It would have been nice if our eggy friends would have placed a warning to expect delays it will take a few days package and ship the phone.
Cons: Be warned, this is only an expansion handset. I should have read better, but upon further investigation Newegg has discontinued the two base phone stations that this handset is compatible with. CS6219 and CS6229
Summary: This message is to "Angry Buyer" who wrote a negative review due to his lack of knowledge on what he was purchasing. The phone doesn't have a phone jack because it is an expansion phone that works in conjunction with a "BASE UNIT"!
Summary: Solid phone. If you are looking for a good work-horse without a ton of bells and whistles, this is a good choice.
Pros: This is a very good phone for the budget-orientated household. It has decent range. I can use this phone anywhere inside or outside my house. It is low cost and has a decent battary life. If the battary is runnign out, you can easilly turn on the second hand-set and place the first on on it's dock to recharge. Best of all...It doesn't interfere with my wireless internet due to the DECT 6.0! To recap, the pros: -Good Range -Low Cost -Long Battary Life -Doesn't interfer...
Cons: I dislike the way the menu's work in the phone. They are somewhat cryptic. The way phone numbers are saved are also a bit annoying. It will take some time to transfer over your speed dial. A hands-free attachment would be nice so I could do some housework and talk on the phone at the same time. The speaker-phone feature just doesn't cut it.
Summary: Should've made it more simple and have a telephone connector. I do not want to buy a whole new system so I can use this stupid phone.
Cons: DOESN'T HAVE A PHONE WIRE ADAPTER! USELESS! HAS NO TELEPHONE CONNECTOR! How am I suppose to call when I can't connect the wire to the equipment. What kind of phone is this? It has no telephone wire adapter. I would rate it zero if I could.