Summary: Supplied by Super Trade Shop as the EU suffix model, and Lo! - what does arrive, very efficiently, is the North American (NA) model. This did come with a UK power supply, so we must suspect skulduggery someplace, but as it is up and running within 20 minutes, we will say no more.
Summary: Arrived slightly earlier than I expected so thumbs up to DBWorld for that but on opening up my impression was that this was perhaps not a 'brand new' product - as advertised - as the device itself was not in its own packaging within the box, and the CDROM referred to in the instructions was missing.
Summary: I've not had chance to test this item as the version I've been supplied with only has a Euro 2 pin mains plug, and I need my shaver socket. The only indication is in the part number PAPT2EU Vs PAPT2UK. Hopefully an exchange will be sorted quickly.
Summary: This is a great little piece of gear. It works fine through my wireless Internet connection. The call quality is excellent. Of course you must have an account with some 'SIP' supplier to make calls, mine in Blueface.
Summary: Plug your phone into this tiny box, register for a free landline number with e.g. sipgate.co.uk, and make and receive calls via the internet just as with your existing bt line. If you have cable broadband (and a mobile for emergencies) you could dispense with your conventional landline altogether.
Summary: We have cable internet at home and now use this little device along with a sipgate account and a normal DECT handset as out main phone. We ported our number across to sipgate and cancelled our BT phone line 8 months ago and have not looked back!
Summary: I recently arrived in UK and bought three of these so I can call back home and to my brother in Ireland FREE!!!!! 24/7 It's compact and perfect. We plugged them into the routers and using a normal analog phone with a simple set-up got an immediate dial tone.