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I've Got Your Number! Panasonic Phone..

Reviewing: Panasonic Advanced Its Corded Phone  |  Rating:
By sarahlovesmickey on
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I basically live at work for 40-45 hours per week. This includes sitting in a cubicle where I am surrounded by office supplies. The one I use the most is my telephone of course! They provide me with a Panasonic Advanced ITS corded phone. (for whatever reason, they refuse to get us cordless phones!) This phone is corded which is an inconvenience at times because sometimes I have to go to my filing cabinets, which are beyond what the phone can reach. Some nice features about this phone are that it has a pause button, redial button, flash button, and you can put people on hold. It also has a speaker phone option which comes in handy for phone case conferences. You can also adjust the volume so that you can hear the person you are talking to a bit better. Another feature I like is that you can plug a headset into it so your hands can be typing and not holding the phone. You can mount this phone to the wall if you choose to. I can honestly say that this phone is VERY durable. I have dropped it many times and it has remained intact for 8 years! The only real downfall of this phone is that it is corded AND that cord gets so tangled up at times, which means once or twice a month, I have to spend 5 minutes trying to untangle the cord that attaches the phone to the base. If you are looking for a good corded phone, then look no further!!