Make communication simple for the whole family with this AT&T CL84202 expandable phone system that features DECT 6.0 technology for optimal coverage and call clarity. Caller ID announce and a digital answering system help you keep track of calls.
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Great for people with more than one space
Posted by: Arenlor from: Center Moreland, PA on
It works great, allowing us to use it on two separate floors without having to add more wires. The third handset is useful to travel on the floor with the wired base. The wired section allows it work during a power outage.
24 out of 24 found this review helpful.
Very good phone
Posted by: CustomerInFL from: Ocala, FL on
While looking for a phone, I wanted:
2 handsets - check, Intercom feature - check
Ease of setup - is Ok, could be easier if the manual explained the menu tree structure up front, I found the button identifiers not intuitive
Audio equalizer (tone control) - check, wife is hearing challenged
Speaker phone - check, has one button operation, wife wears hearing aids, the speaker phone feature was a must and it works fine
Audible caller ID - check, I find it easy to hear and understand, wife does not hear/understand it
Available in-store - check
Good range - check, of course this depends on one's needs. The furthest I have used it is about 75 feet (inside my neighbors house)
Easy to read display - display and text larger than expected, this is obvious if you look at it in the store
Surprised the phone visually displays when there is a message on phone service voice mail in addition to phone's answering machine. Most of the time this feature is unnecessary but it has come in handy.
This phone has all the features I wanted, and performance meets my expectations. I would recommend this phone to a friend... who wanted the same features I was looking for. I can't speak to the features I don't use.
I needed a longer phone cord. Also, the manual with the phone stated you "must" install a DSL filter if you use a DSL modem. I have TV through phone company. Best Buy did not have the filter in my store, found one at Radio Shack.
10 out of 10 found this review helpful.
Traded in Link2Cell Panasonics for these
Posted by: blkdeath75 from: Menomonee Falls, WI on
This phone is a piece of junk. The cordless handsets regularly drop calls and have static. The corded handset/base stopped hearing our voice after 3 days and then the hearing end went out a day later....only the speakerphone works on the base now. I will definitely be returning these for a different brand(NOT Panasonic either since I returned the Link2Cells for this one and is just as bad). Maybe I'll try a $20 phone. For $80 these things are a joke.
7 out of 8 found this review helpful.
Good, reliable phone for the price
Posted by: Spider82 from: West Chester, PA on
Nice large display with caller id and phone #. Easy to set up. So far the cordless handset seems to have a good range within the house.
5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
AT&T failed this time
Posted by: DenverShopper from: on
I needed another landline phone after a lightning strike to the house fried my existing digital unit. I have used similar phones and models from AT&T for 15-20 years at least, and was typically happy with their product. Not this one though. Right from the start, and noticed both by myself and callers on the other end of the line, the voice clarity and connections were scratchy or static-like, often intermittent, and/or sounded like an echo. The range of use away from the base unit was weak too. Trying to use the touch-tone buttons to connect and navigate through an automated system menu access, such as phone banking, was an exercise in futility. In short, I found out quickly this product was significantly defective. Three days later, I replaced it with a similar phone system from Panasonic, although it does not have a corded base handset as the AT&T unit did. The Panasonic unit is working well as advertised, although the programming on it is much more cumbersome and clunky than it should be, and not intuitive. The old AT&T products I've used were reliable and easy to program and use, but this updated version failed miserably in operational performance and reliability. I rarely write or post comments about anything online, but consumers should be forewarned not to waste their time or money with this model.
5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Steven from: Plano, TX on
I work from home and use this as my main phone for conference calls. People speaking fade in and out so I miss conversations. When connecting to the conference call, it drops the call and says "no signal" so I have to dial back in. The entire call has an echo, every call. I would never recommend this product.
6 out of 7 found this review helpful.
Good choice if you still want a corded phone
Posted by: Rochrunner from: Rochester Hills, MI on
I thought I'd made a big mistake, as the first unit I bought just didn't work right -- I couldn't get a dial tone back after making a call. Fortunately BestBuy has a good return policy, so I exchanged it for another one and it is working flawlessly.
This was replacing a very old GE phone and an external caller ID box that were not working so well (unintelligible message playback, etc.), so this product with its large, backlit screen and clear sound is just the ticket.
One of the best things about it compared to many other brands is that it comes with a very complete "abridged" user guide that pretty much covers everything you need to know.
4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
Great for our aging parent
Posted by: Greatlakes from: Bay City, Mi on
We bought this system for our Mom, living alone. So much easier to use than the last ones she had. Larger print in the main screen and the portable hand sets. Has all the amentities, but not complicated to use. Great price too.
3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
AT&T Telephone DECT 6
Posted by: LottieLee10 from: Daingerfield, TX on
I hope I'm not premature in saying that this is the best phone I've had in years. Have always used Uniden phones. Decided to try something else and purchased this AT&T. It is absolutely wonderful....good sound (incoming and outgoing), many features that satisfy all my needs, and absolutely the best speaker phone I've used. The two phones that just plug in to the electrical outlet are very good also. The last remotes that I used were so bad that I unplugged them and never used them again. At this point would absolutely buy one of these again.
3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
Retro convenience and modern quality!
Posted by: Abridgers from: Nashville, TN on
We like always knowing where one handset is so that we don't have to search the house when the phone rings. We have all the usual capabilities plus TWO extra remote handsets to spread around the house. I can hear better on this phone, and see the larger numbers better too! The only downside is that the cradle doesn't catch the receiver well. It barely fits. You have to balance it very carefully or it falls off. This is inconvenient as the receiver almost always falls off the first time and has to be replaced gingerly each time.