I have had this phone for a year now; I really like it. It hasn't proven itself to be faulty in any way thus far. I find the handset very comfortable for when I talk with the phone on my shoulder while typing. I do that a lot. It has a caller ID display and call waiting. The call waiting uses the flash function. Caller ID is indispensable for me. I always need to know who it is before I pick up the phone.
There is a 30 name and telephone number memory for the most recent calls in the caller ID. It has a 10 name and number phone book directory that you can save your favorite contacts in. I don't use it though. I just dial directly. It uses 2.4 GHz technology. There is a 9 number speed dial memory. It has a voicemail waiting indicator. Another indicator the phone has that I find most useful is the page/handset locator. I use this all the time. No matter how clean my room is, my phone will always be hiding somewhere and won't be in the charger, so this helps a lot. The phone has last number redial, a backlit keypad and LCD display. It can be mounted on either a desk or a wall. I keep mine on my end table. It has bilingual prompts (English or Spanish).
I find that the phone has a long battery life. I will usually leave it off the charger all day or so and charge it at night. It never dies during the day. I think I've gone even longer than a day without charging and it's been fine, but I can't recall how long it's been. The package contains a handset and base unit, an AC adapter, a battery pack, a telephone cord and a user manual.
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