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AT&T CL2909 Corded Phone with Speakerphone and Caller ID/Call Waiting, White
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- 14 Number Memory
- Hold, Redial, Flash, Mute.
- No AC Power Needed, DSL Subscribers may need to us a DSL Filter
- For the Caller ID to function, four AA batteries (not included) are necessary.
- DSL Subscribers may need to us a DSL Filter
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My needs in order of priority:
1. No electrical hookup - should run off phone line, like all old analog phones
2. Need speaker phone for occasional conference calls
3. Need Caller ID to screen calls.
4. Nice to have - programmable phone number bank
5. Ringer control - should be able to turn off ringer or make it go to visual
6. Should be able to put caller on hold or mute.
7. No answering machine needed
Needless to say - this was the only phone I found which could meet all of the above. The need to have one phone in the house which can be used if the electricity is off just made all the other phones miss out in some other aspects in the list above. Mostly they wouldnt have caller ID. All these features in this phone work on 4 -AA batteries and we will see how the consumption rate on that is.
It was easy to setup, though the wall mount , did have an issue with the hook for the handset. It just wouldnt slide out.... had to bring the screw driver and pry it loose.
Next, I will programme the frequently dialed numbers and see how that goes. It seems fairly easy from the instruction book.
So far I have tested the speakerphone and the handset - the sound quality is great! Our previous phone was introducing a lot of static in the calls, so this is a good replacement and I am happy with the price. ANd we have freed up one of the electrical sockets as this needs no electric connection!!
- Good sound quality (both ends) using either handset or speakerphone.
- Straightforward configuration.
- Easy-to-store speed dial buttons.
- Large easy-to-read number keys.
- Decent manual.
- Visibility of the LCD display a bit muted even on the highest contrast setting.
- No headphone jack.
- Finer control over volume adjustment would be nice.
- Battery Life indicator not very useful. It is too small to easily notice, and is supposed to transition from a low condition to extremely low by flashing. I've only noticed a low condition once and never witnessed it flashing. Typically, you just notice the batteries died.
New this Model
- The color scheme is now two-tone with the bottom half gray.
- Re-styled handset. It's heavier with a more solid feel.
- Chain dialing. Interesting idea. You can prerecord number sequences for use in voice menus, such as keying in a lengthy account number for your utility service. Not sure how useful this will be.
- Grippier rubber feet. Older models slipped around more easily on slick counter tops.
Other Reviewer Dislikes
1. Handset cord not long enough.
Perfectly acceptable for desktop or side-stand use. If you need a longer cord for walking around or in the kitchen, you can always buy one.
2. Callers hear an annoying click when volume is adjusted up or down.Read more ›
I also like AT&T's caller ID software that can be set up to know whether incoming calls need 7, 10, or 11 digits for a call back. Some other phones make you toggle through the 7, 10, and 11 digit options woth the # key before you can call back.
It's been working great for us. I've been pleasantly surprised that the ringer (when set on low) is very unobtrusive.
The only thing that isn't perfect is when programming the phone, it isn't completely intuitive how to program it (it could be easier).
For the price, features (speaker, caller ID, etc.), and general function, I'd say I'm very satisfied.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Ringer isn't as load as the older model of this phone I replaced. The contrast on it changes on its own. Marginal at best.Published 4 hours ago by John W
Very nice quality landline phone.
Numbers are big enough to easily read and caller id is easy to read also.
Has other nice features too.
This was the closest phone I could find to replace my ABSOLUTELY THE BEST old (1988!) AT&T SPEAKERPHONE 480.
That 480 lasted 28 years. Read more
Phone is not worth the money....figuring out how to store numbers and other options is a nightmare. A couple of years ago, I bought a very
similar AT&T phone and loved... Read more
There are many poor reviews of this phone, but I don't need anything high tech so thought it would be ok. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Green Orchard Mom
Had it for a couple years. As others have written, the display dies a slow death over months, then finally goes away. Read morePublished 12 days ago by marisa zastrow