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123 of 128 people found the following review helpful
on April 10, 2010
This corded phone was a replacement for a GE corded phone that I have grown to dislike. This set up of this Uniden phone was easy, it was easy to understand and again, the sound quality is excellent! I always have one "corded" phone in the house -- it is great in a power outage because it still works. The light on the side lights up when an incoming call is coming in -- you can have the volume all the way down but with this light, you will still know a call is coming in (the light should get your attention if you're in the same room as this phone). I would recommend this to family/friends. It is a great phone at a great price.
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61 of 62 people found the following review helpful
on July 28, 2010
This phone is a very good phone for sound quality and for the large numbers. I replace this phone with a LLnox sound phone which was OK but no ID caller. This ID caller is also very large and easy to read at a distance. This phone has a ease menu and easy to use. I Recommend this for OLDER people if they have trouble hearing or seeing. Amazon Price is as good as FRY's if they keep the free shipping.
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81 of 85 people found the following review helpful
on August 7, 2010
I needed a simple phone for my home land line on my desk. It shares a FIOS connection with my desktop computer and replaces an almost new ATT instrument that never worked well and cost three times the price of this instrument. This instrument is plug and play, has a great movable screen, functional and easy volume controls in speaker and handset modes and buttons I can key with work gloves on. Not many functions, but they are easy to intuit and I was up on the operating step in about five minutes. It sits on a platform 10" above my desk. My monitor shares the platform so when I'm at my computer I can see both displays easily and decide whether or not to take an incoming call or use the computer as a phone book. It does not interfere with computer operation as did the ATT. I'd like it in black but having it in white makes it stand out from the other black equipment on the desk. Apparently rugged, nice design for not so young eyes, ears and fingers. A real bargain at the price I paid.
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40 of 40 people found the following review helpful
VINE VOICEon June 29, 2011
This phone has an eccentric mix of features, and I see why some people might like it while others might be disappointed. I like the styling, the big buttons, and the big pop-up display for my home office. I also LOVE that you can easily program a series of numbers and pauses -- so now I can press one button and work my way through the 4-layer menu that my voice mail system requires before it will let me change my recorded message to let people know when I'll be out for a day or two.

The phone does NOT have a "message waiting" light, to tell you when you have a voice mail. But, if you clear the message history as calls come in, then the phone tells you in big letters whether you have "No Calls" or "1 New Call" or however many.

The most annoying eccentricity, from my perspective, is that the phone has a loud piercing digital ring and, as far as I can tell, YOU CANNOT CHANGE THIS. I've decided for now to like the ring, given that I have no choice, but it seems pretty standard these days for phones to give you some choice about ring volume or tone. The phone also has no AC connection and runs only on 4 AA batteries. The phone is marketed, at least in part, for the elderly, but they will lose all save numbers (like the rest of us) if they fail to complete the 4-battery switch within 30 seconds.

Over the last several years, I've gone through three $100-$150 office phones, which have had only middling reliability and performance. This experience leads me to give this phone five stars in light of its low price and the particular features (buttons, display, programming) where it is better than my previous phones.
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38 of 38 people found the following review helpful
on February 26, 2011
This is a great corded phone. Large, easy to read LCD display. The ringer has off, low, and high. It also has a yellow bar that flashes on an incoming call in case you have the ringer off. The sound on the speakerphone is good and you can adjust the volume. As with most speakerphones, only one person talks at a time. It has 3 one-touch memory keys, a 10 number phonebook memory and a 75 Caller ID memory. You need 4 AA batteries for receiving and storing Caller ID records and for storing saved numbers. I recommend buying a longer handset cord. This phone would get a 10 out of 10 if it had a backlit LCD display. Otherwise, I give it a solid 9. No regrets about buying it.
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53 of 58 people found the following review helpful
on February 9, 2011
If you live in an area that requires dialing 11 digits for local calls (i.e. the Chicago area and New York) , this phone has NO ability to return calls from a Caller ID list. There is no provision for adding the "1" before the number is dialed. Even my 8 year old Uniden cordless phone has that feature. If I had known, I would not have bought the model CEZ260. What were they thinking?
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
on November 24, 2010
We were very pleased with this phone. The large numbers and easy to use design was icing on the cake as it's best feature was the very clear and high quality speakerphone. We have recommended it to others.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
on December 9, 2010
I use this phone in my home office. I really like the fact the display is adjustible. The speaker phone works great and is clear. I love the large buttons. Would recommend this to anyone.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
on February 26, 2013
I ordered this phone December 2012 as a replacement for my kitchen wall phone, the larger display was more appealing. The phone's hand set failed in less than 90 days. Since this was a seller thru Amazon and the return policy was <60 days I contacted Uniden's customer support by email, the preferred contact according to the web site, to ask for a replacement hand set. After a week I received an email that it would be better to call them and they provided an 800 number to reach customer support. On hold for 37 minutes and when I finally spoke to a rep she informed me I would need to send the handset back to them at my cost for shipping and pay an additional $10 for them to send me a new one. Since this phone had a one year warranty I questioned the cost to ship a new one and she stated that was their policy and there was nothing further she could do. I plan to go to Facebook and let my friends know to avoid buying Uniden products due to their lack of warranty support.
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21 of 25 people found the following review helpful
on February 11, 2011
I replaced a very basic, no-frills or features AT&T corded phone, which had perfect, crystal clear sound quality, with this Uniden phone because I wanted a speaker phone and Caller ID. The speaker phone did not work AT ALL! I could not be heard by anyone, and when I did a test by trying to leave a voicemail on my cell phone, all you could hear were little clicks. Even using the handset, the call quality was much worse than the old AT&T phone and made an annoying pulsing sound in the background. Very disappointed.
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