BT Black 7600 twin DECT telephone with answering machine and nuisance Call blocker
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This 7600 dect telephone twin pack from BT offers up to 12 hours of talk time with an answering machine function. It also has a backlit caller ID display with additional block nuisance caller and call waiting features and a 200 name and number directory, which can be copied between handsets.
Model: BT 7600
Talk time: 12 hours
Standby time: 120 hours
Indoor range: 50m, outdoor range: 300m
30 Number redial list
Low battery indicator and alert
50 Number calls list and 200 name & number directory with copy between handsets
6 line, backlit, Type II Caller display
Handset polyphonic ringtones: 10, Handset standard ringtones: 1
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Rated 4 out of 5Â by 1
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Colin M Dual Phone System That Does The Job
Not a lot to say, as the dual phone system does what it says it will. Makes calls, has an answer phone, but also gives you the ability to block nuisance calls; although to do this you have to have caller display enabled on your service (which normally costs more) and the caller has not withheld their number. My oly gripe with the system is that it is a little bit expensive.
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