Panasonic KX-TGE242C Digital Cordless Phone with Answering System

Answering system with message forwarding.

By Panasonic

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Description & Features+

Big button, side volume key. Call block up to 250 unwanted numbers

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Available for Shipping to Canada Post
Yes
Brand
Panasonic
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30215279
SKU
6000188711469
UPC
88517018511

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Panasonic KX-TGE242C Digital Cordless Phone with Answering System is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Panasonic phone Very good product good phone good sound very easy to use
Date published: 2015-09-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pretty happy This was my second investment in Panasonic telephone technology. I purchased a different pair of Panasonic phones a few years ago (I have two landlines in my house - the first purchase a few years ago was for the line I use for work. The second purchase a few weeks ago was for the line that the rest of my household uses). The new model is an improvement over the old. I like the talking caller ID, and I like the ability to block numbers from solicitors. This updated model allows me to have a larger list of blocked numbers which is a feature that had become an issue on the older model (it only allowed me to save something like 30 total numbers between all friends and all blocked numbers). I also like the feature that lets me assign saved numbers to groups, and to assign groups to unique ring tones. Sound quality is all I could ask for. Usability feature set is all I could ask for. I have no real complaints. The buttons are large and easy to read, and are backlit so that I can read them even in the dark. There is an attachable belt clip, which I've found comes in handy when I'm walking around on a long call and using my headset (it has a jack for a headset). The menu system is moderately intuitive: some of the menu navigation steps weren't entirely intuitive for me, but with a little patience, I discovered how to program the various features that I was interested in. My wife really likes this phone too. My main complaint is the same complaint that I had for the first pair of Panasonic wired phones that I purchased: when cheap landline phones can be had for less than $15 and they deliver good sound quality, having to pay upwards of 5 times that base price to get the "bells and whistles" that come with these phones seems a bit much. I would have been happier paying about $40 for this pair of phones. One other minor complaint: this system does come with hardware that would allow you to mount it on a wall phone jack, but the base station's design really doesn't go with wall phone jack mounting: it sticks out too far to look right. It's all because these phones are designed to sit in a charging cradle rather than hang on one. If Panasonic had a model that had the same features but looked more like it was made to be wall mounted, I probably would have opted for that. One bonus feature that I haven't had a chance to try out is the ability to power the base station for a few hours with the batteries in one of the phones during a power outage. I have Verizon FIOS phone service and, in a power outage, FIOS will die regardless of what sort of phone technology I'm using inside the house unless I also purchase a battery backup for the FIOS adapter unit in the garage. I really appreciate that Panasonic thought to add this feature and in my previous home that had traditional telco wiring, I would have had an opportunity to use it. But in my current home, the electric power is more reliable, and the fact that even a battery backup for the FIOS adapter (which I don't currently own) only buys me a few hours or maybe a day in the event of a power outage, makes the power outage feature kind of useless for me now: I'll rely on my cellphone when the power goes out (if it was fully charged at the outset, I'm good for a week on the cell phone and can recharge from the car if there's enough electricity within traveling distance to keep fuel in the car).
Date published: 2015-01-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Panasonic KX-TGE242B Cordless Phone This is well worth the price. Setup was simple and fast. The call blocker for unwanted calls is a plus.
Date published: 2015-09-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from terrible reception, will return Bad
Date published: 2015-05-14
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