Top critical review
Poor Battery Quality/Poor Caller ID Quality
on March 19, 2013
I have been searching for a quality phone system for my home 2012-13. I received my first set of recommended phones due to false advertising from a friend. I found the same phone at my local Walmart. So, after Vtech, I purchased Panasonic phones. The Panasonic phones were too bulky and again, falsely advertised. I finally purchased these AT&T phones that, thus far, seem to a problem with one of the batteries and poor caller ID quality. I like the smaller size hand pieces due to neck injuries from military service. The talking caller ID is an okay feature to have for people that are vision impared or have hearing disorders. Problems: The battery in one phone lasted less than six months and the phone system has problems pronouncing the name of the person or the business for most callers' information. I strongly suggest that you send a question or questions to the seller prior to making this purchase. I give it two stars due to the fact that the battery quality is poor and a poor quality of caller ID.