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AT&T Corded Phone with Digital Answering System, White (CL4939)

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  • AT&T Corded Digital Answering System
  • Extra Large Tilt Display For Easier Viewing
  • Caller ID/Call Waiting
  • 50 Name/Number Caller ID History
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.8 x 3.2 x 8.2 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001S2PKPO
  • Item model number: 4939
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (267 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,569 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Caller ID/Call Waiting, plus digital answering system. View larger.

Corded Digital Answering System with Large Tilt Display

Practical and affordable, the AT&T CL4939 corded answering system comes with an extra-large tilt display and big buttons that make viewing and dialing easier. Audio Assist and a 10-number speed dial further enhance usability. A speakerphone makes hands-free conversations super convenient and a caller ID/call waiting feature ensures you don't miss those most important calls. With up to 19 minutes of recording time, the digital answering system answers calls when you can't. The AT&T CL4939 can be mounted on a table or wall to save space.

Corded Phone Features CL4939
AT&T Corded Phone
Brand Specifics Extra Large Tilt Display
Audio Assist
Speakerphone
Caller ID Call Waiting
Extra Large Keys
General Frequency n/a
Type of Phone Corded
Number of Incoming Lines 1
Answering Device
Time and Date Stamp on Recorded Messages
Speakerphone
Caller ID
Base Wall Mount
Keypad on Base
Call Waiting
Number of Mailboxes 1
Compatible with n/a
Backlit Keypads
Intercom
Color White
Speed Dial
Handset Handsets Included 1 corded
Number of Stations Expandable 16
LCD Display 3.2 by 2 inches
Headset Jack
Hearing Aid Compatible
What's in the Box Handset, base, power adapter, handset cord, telephone line cord, user manual

Product Description

AT&T big button big volume

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I have the phone mounted on the wall.
G. Firmin
I just want a simple phone with an answering machine and caller ID.
Deb
I was not happy with customer service at all.
JBW

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

127 of 129 people found the following review helpful By K. Leeman on September 27, 2009
Verified Purchase
This AT&T Answering System CL4939 was easy to set up and I love the large buttons and large desplay screen. I was also pleased with volume control for listening and speaker. The only problem is that there is no battery backup for the time and date clock and we lose power a lot. However, the directory listing of stored phone numbers is never lost so I can live with this. Overall I would recommend it for people who need a wired/corded system.
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54 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Howard on October 18, 2009
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This phone works just like a phone should - clear sound. I like that it uses A/C power and not batteries. Easy to use speed dial and directory updates. Display is big and easy to read, and the tilt helps too. I've only had this for a few weeks now, but so far, so good.
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83 of 87 people found the following review helpful By Zumboot on January 15, 2011
My mom was looking for a replacement for her simple old wall phone/answering machine. We thought we had found the answer in this phone, nice big buttons, and a handset that felt like a phone. What a disappointment! First, the screen is not backlit and almost impossible to see. We adjusted the contrast, moved lights in the room to get more light on the screen -no matter; the screen is dark and very hard to read. The answering system controls are small-not easy to navigate. Why have big buttons to dial and little, hard-to-read buttons for the answering system? Frustrating set-up process, the answering system does not display what the manual says it should, recording the announcement takes 3 separate buttons. Navigating messages requires you to press back or skip ONLY when the date is being announced. The answering system sound quality is PITIFUL! Mushy & inconsistent. When you talk into the handset, you faintly hear a tinny version of your own voice - very annoying. Sorry A T & T, this phone is going back to the store tomorrow.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Bradley on March 4, 2010
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All I want to say is that I have had this phone for about 2-3 weeks now and I like it. Big buttons for dialing, built-in digital answering machine, and one feature I consider the most important, hands-free speaking via the built-in speakerphone. No complaints here. I might buy another one for matching phones. I like corded telephones. You never have to worry about the batteries dying on you.
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54 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Alyssa A. Lappen TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 7, 2009
I got this telephone in August 2007, for less than it was then available at Amazon. For some weeks, it seemed fine.

But my previous two AT&T phones were not so hot. On both models, the caller id LCD screens died within two years of purchase. And on the previous model, with a built-in answering machine, there were two other problems as well. The digital voice recorder went kafflooey, and was barely audible after a couple of years. Worse, the calls could not always be answered immediately, as the receiver button became quite temperamental too.

On this one, the number buttons sometimes stick, making for extra long dialing tones that stop only when one fiddles with the button edge. Additionally, the directions to enter numbers into phone memory, and even to record an answering message, are overly complex.

While this model cost about half what I paid for the last AT&T office speaker phone model, I'm not a huge ATT fan.

This phone is just okay. And I am pretty sure I've bought my last AT&T phone.

In answer to a request for other phone brand options, I'm more pleased with my RCA 2 Line Speakerphone. It has a lot of bells and whistles I do not use. And the speaker does not always transmit the greatest sound quality. But the caller ID screen has held up nicely, the price has come way down, and the phone is generally more sturdy than the AT&T brand items I've purchased before --- including this model.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Lotus on July 18, 2010
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This phone has a decent speakerphone which is why I bought it, so that does make me happy. It has a very good answering machine and alerts you with a frequent beep and a flashing light. Since I keep it in another room I'm happy it has the beep. The Caller ID works well and the display appearance is decent. However, there is one drawback and that is that the phone does not have a battery back-up (no power or batteries) which is nice unless you have a power failure! We seem to have our fair share of these and therefore our phone flashes "set clock" most of the time! It keeps the memory of stored phone numbers however. I'm giving it a 3 because of the set clock issue as it really should have a battery or a short term memory after a power failure. If you don't have many power failures - you'll like this item I think.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By J. R. Siskind on May 20, 2010
I had been using an old corded GE speakerphone for years. I use this phone for work so liked the fact that it would still work without AC power. My only gripe is that it required 4 AA Batteries to operate the caller ID and speakerphone. So I decided to replace it finally and chose this phone. My favorite feature is I have 3 individual slider bars on the right side of the phone that individually control speakerphone volume, handset volume, and ringer volume. Tilt screen is wonderful and has a large easy to read display. Its not backlit but that is ok. I like that you can enable the speakerphone easily with 1 button. On my hold phone I had to place the call on hold, hang up the phone, then press speaker. On this one you just push speaker and hangup. To revert to handset just pick it up. There is individual lighted mute button as well. Unfortunately I can't comment on the answering machine as I'm not utilizing it. My only negative at all on the phone are the number buttons. They are flush with the phone and you don't get a lot of feedback when pressing them so its kind of hard to feel if your presses have registered. They somewhat stick slightly. Not a huge issue but with all the other wonderful features on the phone I didn't expect this to be an issue. Even though this phone uses ac power, you can still operate the phone with no power but only minimal functionality will be available. All in all a very solid phone.
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