AT&T TL88102BK DECT 6.0 2-Line Expandable Cordless Phone with Answering System and Dual Caller ID/Call Waiting, 6 Handsets, Black
The AT&T TL88102 + (6) TL88002 features the DECT 6.0 technology for clear, interference-free calls and long-range coverage along with 6 extra handset. This 2-line answering system with caller ID/call waiting can store up to 14 minutes of digital recording on each line and and allows message retrieval from the handset. The large tilt base display provides an easier viewing angle of incoming caller ID or call history. It offers intercom facility between handset and base.
The AT&T TL88102 is great for a busy household or home office and the 50 number directory allows you to store your most important contacts. The handset also offers intercom facility with the base.
TL88102 + (6) TL88002 Features:
- DECT 6.0 Technology (1.9GHz)
- Interference-Free & Wide Range
- 30% more Battery life
- 2-Line Operation
- Dual Caller ID / Call Waiting
- Expandable Up To 12 Handsets
- 14 Minute Digital Answering System
– Time and Day Stamp
– Call Screening / Intercept
- Handset Message Access
– Remote Access
- Extra Large LCD Display w/ Adjustable Tilt
- Dual Speakerphone (Base & Handset)
- Backlit Keypad
- Dial Display
- 50 Station Name / Number Caller ID Memory
- 50 Station Phone Directory / Dialer
- Up To 4-Way Conferencing
- Handset to Base / Handset Intercom
- Last 20 Number Redial
- Trilingual Menu Support (English / Spanish / French)
Interference-Free & Wide Range
DECT 6.0 Technology (1.9GHz)
Expandable Up To 12 Handsets
14 Minute Digital Answering System
Up To 4-Way Conferencing
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