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AT&T TL92328 Dect 6.0 Bluetooth Enabled Cordless Phone with Digital Answering System and Extra 2 Handsets and Chargers
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- Connect Bluetooth Cell Phones to the base to make and receive cellular calls on the handsets throughout your home.
- DECT 6.0 Digital Technology. Unsurpassed range. Handset Speakerphones. Expandable to 12 handsets. Use up to 2 handsets on a call.
- Digital answersing system: 14 minuts of digital recording time. Call screening.
- Called ID/Call waiting: 50 name/number called ID History. Voicemail waiting indicator.
- Includes: Telephone Base, 3 cordless handsets, 2 chargers, Telephone line cord.
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1) You can only have 1 active bluetooth phone paired at a time. Most phones that support this allow for at least 2 paired devices.
2) The auto-pair technology. This was the deal breaker. The idea is the unit will reconnect with your phone should you take it away and bring it back. That works only under one condition - that you don't actually use a bluetooth headset with the cell phone in the meantime. Because I use a bluetooth headset when I am in the car, everytime I would return home there would be no connection and I would have to go through and manually pair the unit again. This became highly annoying after a few days and finally did me in.
So, the phone itself worked great and had clear reception both in cordless mode as well as in cell mode, but if you are shopping specifically for the bluetooth feature, then you might need to keep looking.
I'd give it a solid 5 except for:
1. Handsets have no belt clips.
2. Handsets have no jacks for an external headset.
3. No provision for naming handsets. Ie. you can't change "Handset 1" to "Kitchen" for example. Uniden has all these features.
4. Made in China - but then is *anything* still made in the US?
Additional problems are that the base can be paired with only one cell phone at a time, and it is cumbersome reconnecting the cell phone upon return to the house. I gave up and installed a bluetooth gateway on my phone service (Comcast VOIP)
The handsets lack a headphone jack, an inconvenience.
Quality and range are excellent when the phone is working, but intermittent loss of service is unacceptable.
Now for the problems. All hand set related.
Of the four hand sets:
One hand set developed a problem where any attempt to use the speaker phone made it hang up the connection.
Two hand sets have an annoying buzz, seemingly at any charge level of the battery, but perhaps the age of the batteries is a factor.
And at least two of the hand sets now (after close to 3 years) manage their charge poorly. While they'll give me an hour and a half
of talk time, or more, the go from reporting a half full or better charge status to empty with no warning whatsoever. Maybe this is just
the nature of Ni-MH battery chemistry.
Anyway, the upshot is that my handsets are almost unusable now.
I'd consider new batteries for them but the buzzes and speaker phone problems make me think I should just replace
the whole hand set ... set.
The base unit has been flawless. My only complaint there is that it doesn't take a battery to preserve clock settings
on power outtages.
So I'm going to get something to replace the hand sets, and maybe the whole AT&T base unit + hand set collection.
The idea of connecting to land line by wire and cell phone by bluetooth works well in practice and is critical
where I live for getting good cell reception (since I can hang it on the top floor and use it from anywhere).
But there are days this era of shoddy cheap electronics really grates on me, like when I can't find the hand sets
that won't buzz on my conference call or when the call cuts out unexpectedly in the middle of the meeting.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great product for the price. Set up was easy and phones worked well indoors as well as outside the house.Published on June 5, 2012 by xe2cift
I just bought an AT&T TL92328 Dect 6.0 Bluetooth Enabled Cordless Phone. I tried an support in order to de-register handset with no base, they said that the model is old and they... Read morePublished on May 28, 2012 by Ting
I bought this trying to cobble together a replacement for a Siemens Small business phone in my home. Read morePublished on September 22, 2010 by Secret
The only way to know if you have a message is to walk to the base station. It cannot be done from the handsets.Published on October 6, 2009 by Brad Evans
This phone has been fantastic! Seems to be holding a charge great. This is a problem we have run into over and over again with previous phones. Read morePublished on September 21, 2009 by Shell Bell
I could not reach anyone for help at AT&T to help me resolve problems with this product, just redialed 5 typed to re enter all issues etc... Read morePublished on July 10, 2009 by J. Hyatt
This device is great.
It's an excellent cordless phone that involves no interference whatsoever with my WiFi or anything else. Great reception. Read more
It seems I can't read the box either. I reallly bought the salesman's line that I could connect this phone to my Bluetooth headset. WRONG! Read morePublished on May 17, 2009 by Henry Kantor