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GE 29488GE2 4-Line Expandable Business Speakerphone with Caller ID and Data Port


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  • Caller ID/call waiting compatible
  • 99-number caller ID memory
  • Supports 4 lines
  • Data port, speakerphone
  • Wall-mountable, headset compatible
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Product Details

Product Manual [644kb PDF]
  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00009OKNE
  • Item model number: 29488ge2
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 10, 2003

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Enjoy the style and features of an executive phone in the comfort of your small/home office. This luxury telephone supports four lines, each with distinctive rings and line in-use indicators. Plus, it is expandable to 16 separate stations for added versatility. You'll be spoiled by the convenience of a full performance speakerphone with hands-free dialing and auto-transfer to the handset. With this feature, you have the versatility of dialing from memory or from the keypad, without even picking up the handset. Call waiting/caller ID displays the name and number of the person calling, even if you're on the phone with another caller. For even more versatility, a data port is included for fax, modem, or an answering system, with the appropriate line selection.

Product Description

Manufacturer's Part # 2-9488/29488GE2
This product is Demo. Enjoy the style and features of an executive phone in the comfort of your small/home office. This luxury telephone has 4-lines, each with distinctive rings and line-in use indicators. Plus it is expandable to 16 separate stations for added versatility. You'll be spoiled by the convenience of a full performance speakerphone with hands-free dialing and auto-transfer to the handset. With this feature you have the versatility of dialing out of memory or by using the keypad without even picking up the handset. Call-Waiting Caller ID* displays the name and/or number of the person calling, even if you're on the phone with another caller. For even more versatility, we have included a data port for fax, modem, or an answerer with the appropriate line selection.

Features:

  • 4 Lines
  • 106-Number Memory
  • 99-Name & Number Call Waiting Caller Id
  • Caller Id Review & Delete
  • Dial-Back Function
  • New Call Led Indicator
  • Speakerphone With Volume Control
  • Auto Transfer To Handset
  • Dial In Base
  • Call Conferencing
  • Expandable To 16 Stations
  • All Station Page & Intercom
  • Data Port
  • This product is Demo and comes with a 90 day warranty.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

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The voice quality is great.
Unique Dragon
Overall, I don't think you will go wrong buying these units.
Electronicbuff
Manufacturer's web site is utterly useless.
Igor Pudliszak

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

61 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Larry Stein on April 22, 2004
I've been looking for a high-quality multi-line office phone for several months, and have had a few bad experiences. It seemed that I got what I paid for, which was low-price, low-quality, and I just couldn't find a good solution for less than several hundred (or thousand)dollars.
My criteria for selection (in no particular order) were: 1) 2 to 4 line support, 2) Speed dial buttons, 3) Caller ID/Call Waiting ID, 4) Headset support, 5) Adjustable volume for receiver (ability to make the caller sound louder), 6) Expandable (support for extensions that work together with each other), 7) Intercom between extensions, 8) Call Transfer, 9) Conference calling, 10) Speakerphone, 11) Line priority (which line is selected when you pick up to make a call).
The GE 29488GE2 Corded Phone not only includes all of these features, but even more than I could have expected. My biggest pet peeve about phones is when you can't hear your caller, and you have no way to adjust the volume. With the GE phone, you just touch the Volume Up button while you're on the call, and the volume is increased. This isn't a "fake" or "placebo" feature. The voice of the caller is actually amplified, and you can increase it to levels that border on uncomfortably loud.
The multi-line support (this one supports 4 lines), is integrated perfectly into the phone, and functions exactly as you might expect (definitely how I would expect). When the phone rings, you just pick up the handset, hit the Speaker button, or hit the Headset button (if you have a headset) to answer. You don't have to press the ringing line button first.
Likewise, to make a call, you just pick up the handset, and an open line is selected.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Electronicbuff on January 27, 2006
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I've shopped around for a good phone system for a few months until I landed on this unit.

The size is perfect, not too big nor small. The phone has a really clear speakerphone on it and the handset is comfortable to hold as well. One of the best features that convinced me on this unit was the fact that it had caller ID that displays for all 4 lines as well as intercom capability and an "all call" paging feature. The caller id also does call-waiting.

The intercom feature can be set up for auto speaker phone or require the handset to be lifted. This allows me to monitor a room without having to set up the phone in the other room.

There is an optional base that is included if you want to wall mount the unit and the display is backlit as well for viewing in dark areas.

The only anoying thing about the phone is if you have a music-on-hold system. The phone generates a low beep tone about once every 10 seconds for the person on hold. This lets them know that they were not hung up on but at the same time it is not needed if you have music like a typical office puts on the holding lines. I talked with the manufacturer and they told me that this feature can not be disabled through programming. There is however a on-hold aftermarket adapter that can be placed in front of the music system that will eliminate the tone (Invotel AudioImage SX4400EZ). The cost we paid for this device was about $200 which has a audio input and in/out plugs for all 4 lines. So, if you have music-on-hold either let the customer put up with the beeping or go out and buy the aftermarket system designed especially for this phone.

To use the intercom all you do is hit one of the 16 station numbers on the right side and you're good to go.
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23 of 28 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 27, 2004
Found all funtions of the phone to work ok. All volume levels were great and could be adjusted for headset, handset, and speaker. Design is great though display is a bit hard to see if phone is not propped up in the rear. The big disappointment is when putting a call on hold. My customer advised be that while on hold there is some type of ringing sound and the customer hears. This was a pain when I needed to put a 20 person conference call on hold. Everyone on the call heard the tones. My old IBM and my AT&T multiline phone don't have this problem.
Next disappointment was technical support. I contacted them regarding the tones being heard while on hold and was advised that all I could do was remove all power, phone lines and batteries for 10 minutes to try and get the phone to go back to factory defaults. I did this and the problem was still there. I asked to be sent to next level of support since the person I was talking to was just reading from teh manual and was told the she was it. Were it not for the 1 issue with a tone while on hold this would be a great phone.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By lillian overman on April 6, 2006
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At first, I was unable to conference from room to room, one of the features that I had chosen the phone and spent extra money for and it turned out that the problem had a simple solution, reversing the plugs in the phone jacks. Changing the plug to jack arrangement also got the lines ringing in the proper order (line 1 appearing as line 1). I hope that this tip is helpful to another user. The hold button has a low visibility profile and when I first went to put a call on hold, I was searching frantically and I am tempted to paint that button a bright color. I still can't figure out what the phone means when it tells me that I have 35 (etc.) new calls. I set the phone to roll over to an answering service when I leave the office and I am uneasy that I should be doing something about these new calls. I think that my unease will dissipate over time, but now, I feel like the phone has the upper hand!
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