Corded Telephone, Desktop Wall Mountable Phone with Clear Sound Call Display Support One Button Redial for Home Office


This wall telephone can be placed on a table or installed on a wall for convenient use. Strongthened thundering protection makes it highly resistant to thundering interference to make calling safer. And call search function allows you to search for received and dialled phone records to avoid missing message. So reliable.

Product type: Wall Telephone with Call Display
Last number redial: Support
Dial pad: Built-in dial pad in the handset
Incoming call display: YES
Number storing function: YES
Last number redial: YES
Call search: YES
Protection: Thundering protection
Package size: approx. 20 x8 x7 cm/ 7.87 x 3.15 x 2.76 in
Package weight: 330g

Package List:
1 * Wall Telephone with Call Display
1 * Telephone Cable
1 * User Manual

The display screen of this product is displayed in Chinese, please kindly know it before purchase!

Clear Sound Noise cancelling function helps keep noise outside to give you a clear sound when having phone calls.
Call Search You can search for received and dialled phone calls freely. Let you avoid missing message.
Thundering Protection Strongthened thundering protection design of thundering protection circuit enables it to work normally even in the thunderstorm area.
Incoming Call Display The incoming call display function will display the number of incoming call to help you avoid crank call. Gives you a safer call.


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1.-Landline phones: Fixed phones that use a wired connection to the telephone network, typically found in homes and offices. They are reliable and offer clear voice quality.

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