AT&T CLP99383 DECT 6.0 Expandable Cordless Phone with Bluetooth Connect to Cell, Dual Caller ID/Call Waiting and Answering System, 3 Handsets, Silver/Black
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- Dect 6.0 Technology
- Up to 14 Minutes of Digital Recording Time
- Store 6000 Directories from up to 4 Different Cell Phones
- Mobile Notifications
- Virtual Multi-Line Operation
- Caller ID Announce
- DSL Subscribers may need to us a DSL Filter
- For optimal performance batteries should be charged for 16 hours prior to use
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3-Handset Connect to Cell Answering System with Dual Caller ID/Call Waiting
With the CLP99383, you can stay connected to all your calls, all on one easy-to-use home phone system. Enjoy the benefits of multi-line operation with Connect to Cell technology by making and receiving calls from up to two cellular lines, one landline, or all three from any room without touching your mobile phone. Or charge your cellular phone right from the base with the built-in USB charging dock.
You'll never miss an alert with mobile notifications. The handsets beep and display an alert when connected Android cell phones receive a new text, e-mail, or social media update, so you're always in touch. Plus, Caller ID Announce says the name of callers so you don't have to get up to see who's on the line.
Connect to Cell
Caller ID Announce
Digital answering system
Connect to Cell
Make and receive calls from your cellular plan while enjoying the comforts of a home phone system. By connecting to your mobile phone with Bluetooth technology, this feature allows you to manage calls using either your cell or home phone, and offers expansion flexibility.
Charge Mobile Phones
A built-in USB dock means you can make and receive cellular calls from your home system while charging your mobile phone at the same time.
Downloadable Phone Book Directory
Download up to 6,000 cellular phone book entries to the cordless handsets.
Know when your Android mobile phone receives a text, e-mail or social media update. Each handset beeps and displays which kind of message was received. You can also receive calendar reminders through the system.
Virtual Multi-Line Operation
Pair up to two cellular lines and one landline with your cordless system. Then, enjoy the freedom to make and receive calls on all three lines—all at once.
Experience the best in long-range coverage and clarity, provided by a unique antenna design and advances in noise-filtering technology.
Caller ID Announce
Screening calls has never been easier. The handset and base announce the name of the caller, so you don't have to scramble for the handset to see who's calling.
Digital Answering System
Digitally record up to 14 minutes of incoming messages, outgoing announcements, and memos. Also allows for instant playback, selective save or delete, and skipping or repeating messages from the handset and base.
What's in the Box
3 handsets, 1 base, 1 charger, 3 power adapters, line cord, 3 batteries, Quick Start guide, owner's manual
Top Customer Reviews
The phone has all the modern features. You have the obvious, answering machine, calling, intercom, etc., but it really shines with the extras. The system has a built in USB port used for charging a smart phone or other devices. It seems to be a well powered one as even my wife's tablet charges in reasonably short order. However, as a great surprise to me, it is actually very efficient. The base unit uses less than half the electricity my old phone did, or roughly $1.33 a year if plugged in according to my Belkin tester. Each of the two satellite units just make it flash between $0.53 and $0.00 each per year, so that means it's only draining noticeable power when the phone is charging and will use somewhere in between.
I have to comment specifically on what I'd say is the absolute most impressive feature of any phone I've ever had. In the event of a power outage, the handset in the base can be used to power the machine and allow you to make calls with the other handsets! So no more being out of luck during a power outage. I've not tested how long it lasts, except to see that it is long enough to make a several minute call which should allow you to call your utility company. Extremely cool. I LOVE this feature!
It also has some nice customization. You can choose the ringers for each of the headsets individually. This sounds slightly better than it works out in practice.Read more ›
No feature requires AT&T phone service.
Cell-related functions and compatibility requirements
To use any cell phone with this system it must be Bluetooth enabled, as most current cells are. In the first comment to this review there's a link for a table showing which cell phones AT&T has actually tested with this system (Amazon deletes links from reviews), but other current Bluetooth-enabled cell phones should also work with it. Older Bluetooth-enabled cells may not work.
You can use the basic functions of this system, which include using it to make and receive calls on your cell line, with pretty much any current Bluetooth-enabled cell phone. (That includes iPhones.) There's a standard USB port in the base unit so you can charge your cell while taking and making calls on your cell line through this system. You can also conference land-line and cell-line calls, using a land line and up to two cell lines at one time. You can pair the system with up to four cell phones that will automatically connect with the system when in range (up to 30 feet from the base unit), though only two at most can connect at the same time. And you can download your cell phonebook entries.
If you have an Android phone with OS 2.3.3 or higher you can supposedly use the Connect to Cell app (but see below).Read more ›
In May I purchased the Panasonic KX-TG7743S DECT 6.0 Link-to-Cell via Bluetooth Cordless Phone with Answering System, Silver, 3 Handsets and found it more irritating than useful. When I was offered the AT&T set in August I was glad to have a comparison. The AT&T CLP99383 beats the Panasonic on every front. I keep it paired with two cell phones, an older Nokia 5310 and an iPhone 5. Transferring the contacts from each cell was quick and easy. The menu system can be hard to see due to the lack of proper backlighting but is simple and easy to understand. Calls connect quickly with decent (but not exceptional) sound. The speaker phone option has a great volume range and does not break the call up. Voices were as clear to both callers on or off speaker. The handsets themselves are very light and don't feel particularly heavy - what that means for durability I don't know. But this is so much better than the Panasonic set I switched over permanently by the end of the weekend. If you're debating which unit to buy I strongly recommend this model over the other one I bought.
What if you could get use those phones to answer calls coming in on your cell? What if you could use those phones to answer calls coming in on two different cells -- simultaneously. That's what you get here.
Essentially you get a base station (that can be used as a speaker phone even if there isn't a handset available), and three handsets. (Two chargers, plus the charger in the base.) They use DECT 6.0 wireless technology, which gives you the clearest connection through out a big house, and the base connects to one or two cells using Bluetooth. You can also pair the base with Bluetooth headsets for hands-free operation.
Set-up is relatively easy. Don't let the big manual scare you. And there's also a usb port on the base so you can use it as a cell charger.
Oh... and you can hook it up to a traditional land-line, or a VOIP land-line, too.
Now, here's what gets me... Why does a phone for the new times have a digital answering machine built in??? What is the point in that?
The handsets are fairly big, but I suppose that'll make them easier to find when they get misplaced. But despite their ordinary shape, and large size, they feel pretty balanced. They're missing two things, however: They have no belt-clip of any kind, and they do not have a jack for a wired headset. So if you want hands-free operation, you need to stay within Bluetooth range of the base.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A terrible product. Phone developed static after two months use. Sent it back for a replacement, but, again, after three months the replacement also developed static. Read morePublished 5 days ago by William F Myrons
Luv it..the announcements of whose calling is a little mddle, but I like it.....Published 7 days ago by Pauite
This device is not bad at all. It was delivered within 2 business days. I just hooked it up and to be honest, it is working really great. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Alfred
When my old house phones died I wanted to look at getting an updated version to replace them. I found these at a reasonable price for a set of three and thought I would give them a... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Chris Wagoner
Was looking for an expandable system to replace my 7 year old pre DECT TAS and phones of which the remotes were starting to have connection issues to the basestation. Read morePublished 2 months ago by michael r
The phone maker thought out the phone actions. The volume is ample and the ringer adjustment makes a good volume at the half setting. The phone fits the hand well. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Harold K