Summary: Overall, a good phone. I was used to a 3 set at&t cordless which are great phones, but 4 Motorola were $82 where 3 at&t phones were 70 something dollars. These phones are easy to use and are worth the money.
Summary: Sounds like your in a sea shell very cheep. They give you a number to call if something is wrong with it, I did, they told me to just return it to wal-mat. I bought it on line and being in a wheelchair makes it hard to just return it. one of the 4 phones does not work. Below is a copy of their answer Support (Motorola MBP) Feb 26 15:05 Our service-center exclusively supports Motorola products that have been licensed to the company Binatone.
Summary: We like the phones. The instructions can be a little overwhelming, but if you take your time and follow each step precisely, you will get the hang of the menu sequence in short time. Do not be expecting to use the base unit for your answering announcement....you will actually use the phone for that function too. The base lets you know how many new messages you have and it has a page button to find any of the misplaced phones.
Summary: I like this phone after 2 months of use. Getting acquainted with all its features took time, but I feel it does the job and is a solid make and model.
Pros: Easy setup, attractive look, Motorola engineering, nice range, clear sound, two handsets, answering machine option (though I am not using it)
Cons: Slower learning curve for understanding full features of this great phone. I needed to read the directions carefully as it was not all that intuitive... something I usually don't need to do for most electronics.