$159.95 - $149.95
(as of Sep 28,2021 05:03:38 UTC – Details)
The Panasonic Cordless Phone KX-TGF575S, with DECT 6.0 and Link2 Cell technology, answering system, dual keypad and 5 cordless phones handsets, allows you to link up to two cell or smart phones and integrate them into the telephone system via Bluetooth, no landline phone line required. All of your contacts stored into your cell or smart phone can be shared with this phone system allowing you access to important contacts right from the handset. Hear who’s calling from across the room without having to get up with text-to-speech announcements in English and Spanish from the base unit and cordless handsets in the home/home office. The Panasonic home phone with answering machine also features easy call block, speakerphone, voice paging, power back up operation and advanced TAD (telephone answering device) functions tie it all together making this system one of the most reliable and functional systems available in the market today. Do not overload power outlets and extension cords. This can result in the risk of fire or electric shock.
Expandable Panasonic Cordless Phone with Answering Machine: 5-handset home phone system with added features to keep you connected; Digital Answering Machine stores 18-min of messages
Interference-Free, Secure Phone Signal: DECT 6.0 wireless technology for whole home coverage and less interference from other electronics; ideal for homes and apartments with thick walls
Bluetooth Phone Connects to Cell and Voice Assistants: Make and receive calls from your cellular device with Link2Cell pairing up to 2 cell phones; connect handsets to Siri, Google Now and S Voice through Voice Assist feature
Bi-Lingual Talking Caller ID and Smart Call Blocker: Talking caller ID announces caller information in English or Spanish; block unwanted calls with the push of a button on telephone handset or main base unit
More Features to Enjoy: Handset to handset intercom and baby monitor function, battery back-up for up to 12-hr talk time when the power goes out, 3000-entry phone book, and more