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AT&T 1080 4-Line Speakerphone with Answering System and Caller ID

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  • DECT 6.0 Technology
  • 1 to 4 Line Capability
  • 32 Speed Dial and 16 Intercom Number Locations
  • Caller ID/Call Waiting Features
  • Caller ID/Call Waiting Capability* 200 Name/Number History
  • Speakerphone
  • Expandable to 16 Stations with AT&T Models 1040, 1070 and 1080
  • DSL Subscribers may need to us a DSL Filter
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Brand NameAT&T
Item Weight3 pounds
Product Dimensions8 x 5 x 10 inches
Item model number1080
Batteries:1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
ColorCharcoal
Number of Items1
Size11.73in. x 10.24in. x 4.72in.
Manufacturer Part Number1080
  
Additional Information
ASINB0012CJR2W
Best Sellers Rank #4,988 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableOctober 2, 2001
  
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  • Speakerphone
  • Caller ID
  • Call Waiting

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AT&T 4Line Corded Spkr Phone Call Wait/Id Answer Machine LCD

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The AT&T 1080 Corded Speakerphone with Digital Answering System is perfect for businesses that need a Speakerphone that supports four lines. The phone is DSL compatible and has a three-party conferencing feature that lets you conduct business with three people together on three different lines. Each line has its own light indicator and can be set with a different ring tones for easy distinction of incoming calls. Automatic line selection means that when the phone is ringing and you pick up, you will be connected to the one that is ringing.

The AT&T 1080 has a built-in digital answering machine that features 60 minutes of digital recording time, and a programmable auto attendant. It allows for remote access with programmable options and allows users to record memos.

As your company grows, the phone system can be expanded to 16 stations with AT&T models 1040, 1040, and 1070. The phone allows you to page, intercom, and transfer calls between stations. A large display provides easy-to-read text for setup and caller information. The phone has a 200-entry memory and a 200-name-and-number caller ID history. Numbers stored in the caller ID history can be dialed directly; and with call waiting-capable caller ID, you can see who is calling even when you are already on the line. If you subscribe to a voicemail service, a red light blinks when you have voicemail waiting. The phone has 32 speed dial and 16 intercom number locations for one-button access to your most frequently called numbers. Memory loss protection prevents the phone from losing its saved data. For hands-free operation, the 2.5-millimeter jacks lets you connect a headset.


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I recommend this phone over all of the others.
Ruby A. Pender
I returned the phone for an exchange, and the exchanged unit had the identical problem.
Dr. Talk
A simple "leave a message at the beep" type answering system would be better.
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51 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Matthew J. Rygelski on August 12, 2008
The good: The four-way directional button and center "Enter" button become your primary tool to quickly and easily select features without the need to remember codes or special key sequences. In fact, all too often, these "non-KSU" phones will have buttons with two or more functions -- not this new AT&T series! The buttons on the phone are self-explanatory and only serve the one function for which they are labeled. All related feature options appear on the blue backlit LCD screen when you are in a particular mode that offers more options. For example, when you lift the handset and press the Intercom button, the top half of the screen prompts "Intercom No.?" while the bottom half of the screen presents you to optionally "Page" a single extension (instead of simply ringing it) or to "Page All" and broadcast your announcement on all the phones in your home or office simultaneously.

Another improvement, which is why I suspect these phones aren't backwards compatible with earlier AT&T "non-KSU" phones other than the 1000-series: the Intercom audio is digital, crystal clear. No longer will your Intercom calls be subjected to interference from a nearby radio station transmitter or other nuisance! With two phones side-by-side, you can detect a slight millisecond or so delay as an Intercom page is encoded on your phone to be then decoded on the destination phone. The sound quality is truly impressive and worthwhile. If you are currently experiencing any issues with your Intercom on older non-KSU phones, you might want to give a pair of these a test run.

The bad: If you transfer a call from one phone to the next, the caller hears nothing. No music-on-hold, no tones -- nothing but silence.
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36 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Rich W. on September 4, 2009
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I bought this telephone because it was one of the only ones available that had more than one line and was a wall-mountable digital answering system. I don't use it for a soho system. I recently found out that, and I quote the AT&T technical team, "the phone can only do one thing at a time". So, if you're on line 1 when a call comes into line 2, you're out of luck - the answering system will just ignore the call and it will ring forever. What a piece of junk. How can AT&T sell an answering system phone that doesn't answer?
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By tax diva on December 8, 2009
be sure you read all the information on this phone before you buy. the packaging is very deceiving - the wording on the carton it's packaged in is: 4 line small business system with digital answering system. o.k. it is 4 lines BUT the answering system will work only on line 1 and ONLY if no other lines are busy at the time someone is calling. So if i'm on line 2 and a client is calling me on line 1 i have to put caller on line 2 on hold and answer line 1 - same with all other lines.

deceptive and deceiving - they don't tell you it will work if you buy more than one phone. and when i discovered this it was too late to return it. at & t has lost me as a client.

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By L. Nicula on April 1, 2010
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I am setting up my business and I bought the 1080 and two 1070. If you read the other reviews and see reports of the mic getting busted after a short while, it is true. Happened to ours within 30 days. I am slapping myself for ignoring the reviews as I usually don't. If you need a speaker phone, do not buy this one. It is defective and they keep on selling them in this state. It is hard to imagine they are not aware of the defect.

And now onto the tedious exchange endeavor....
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 27, 2010
I got the entire system, 4 at&t 1080 phones; the wireless headset and the lifter. Frankly, all are a piece of junk in my opinion. The lifter quit working after 3 weeks. It was picky from the get-go, and after trying to get it set so that it would actually pick up the receiver sufficiently, the sticky gave out and it would continually slip. As a result, I gave up on the wireless headset. If I have to lift the receiver all the time then the wireless headset is a frill and not practical. The 1080 phone system itself is quirky. To actually get 3 and 4 line functionality, you have to plug in to at least two different phone outlets. My prior system (Nortel Venture) had a three line functionality from a single outlet. Plus the 1080 phone system won't let me respond to one line that is on hold until the other line hangs up. If line one and two are being used for example, I can't respond to line one on hold until line 2 is vacated. Weird. I've had the system about 3 years now. I don't care for the answering system. The caller is required to diel "9" to leave a message. Unreal how many people can't follow those instructions. A simple "leave a message at the beep" type answering system would be better. Nortel Venture phone system had this. Plus, it seems you have to put in two messages for after hours answering. The multiple steps for programing the phone are not particularly intuitive. After 3 years, I am kinda used to it, but wouldn't buy this again. Pricey as well.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Small Business Owner Ryan on September 20, 2008
Phone worked great right out of the box.

Big, easy buttons to hit. The digital answering system is great (no subscription required).

Quality is superb, no problem with the speaker phone either.

The only annoying thing is the new call light comes on even with phone calls that I answer. Not a dealbreaker by any means.
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