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(2) Line Corded Phones
#629386 04/25/19 09:42 PM
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Looking for recommendations on (2) possibly (3) down the road 2 Line corded phones I know there's ATT,VTECH ,Panasonic

I don't normally sell this but I have a funny feeling there not going want to pay for the SL2100 so I wanted a another option


any suggestions would be greatly appreciated


Thanks

JD

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teldata1 #629387 04/25/19 09:48 PM
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Consumer or commercial application?

As a consumer, in the past when I've needed a two line phone, I would purchase the current at&t branded (manufactured by VTech) model. My favorite is the old 962 which was produced back in the 90's under a joint venture between Lucent and Philips.

Having said that, I think that the company that absorbed the old "Cortelco" catalog may still be offering something that can handle two lines.


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From a reliability standpoint, I'd agree with the Vertical 28XX series of phones. The problem is that they don't offer caller ID.

I'd go with Panasonic, for 2/3/4 line sets, since they are much better about addressing the consumer-level features, like caller ID, call waiting, etc.


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like Ed said , for SLT I go with Panasonic


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