Vtech VT 40-2421 2.4 GHz 4-Line Cordless Phone
Install this Digital Spread Spectrum, 2.4GHz cordless system in your office or multi-line residence for a fraction of the cost of your... Read More
Install this Digital Spread Spectrum, 2.4GHz cordless system in your office or multi-line residence for a fraction of the cost of your typical business phone network. The VT40-2421 Base Unit accepts up to 4 conventional telephone lines. The cordless Handsets can be placed anywhere. All you need is power for the Handset charger. Move Handsets/Chargers around as your needs change - no rewiring needed! The basic package includes Base Unit, cordless Handset and charger. Add additional Handsets (model 40-2420), up to a total of 12. Access all system features from the Handset, including Conference Calling, Call Transfer, Name/Number Speed Dialing, Call Waiting ID, Intercom and Visual Message Waiting Indication for voice mail. Each Handset can be personalized with a 'name'. Connect a Headset or use the Handsfree Speakerphone for maximum efficiency on the job. Minimize
Product Review Summary
13 Reviews from Epinions.com
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Aug 5, 2005
LOVE it for two years now...
Pros: Simple configure, reliable, RUGGED, little interference, speakerphone good, cheap on ebay, highly recommended.
Cons: handset large, batteries suck, mike gets background noise, functions not intuitive, headset mike not loud.
Buy this phone for multi-line use, it is rugged, reliable, and works great. Best of all, it is dirt cheap on ebay. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 16, 2003
A GREAT PHONE
Pros: Its possible to add headsets. Long range for talking. Has speaker phone.
Cons: The digital sound, sounds different from a regular phone.
If your looking for a cordless phone that you can walk down the street with a still have great quality sound, I would highly recommend this phone to you. Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 7, 2004
I took a risk ... and I'm VERY happy!
Pros: Packed with features, hands free, 4-lines, Caller Id .. so much more!
Cons: Stock hands-free atch. low quality, speed dial not speedy.
For the small business owner or exceptionally busy family, this 4-line cordless phone system can be a "God Send". It's the best bang-for-buck on the market. Read More at Epinions.com
Mar 30, 2005
This phone is a GREAT Value! 4-Lines - WOW!
Pros: 4 Lines (wow), Compact, Nice button layout, Speakerphone in handset, Ethernet Friendly
Cons: Slight background hiss, Only 3 min hold, Wish it was 5.8GHz, Speakerphone volume is low
If you need a 3 or 4-Line cordless and don't want to spend a TON of money... this is the phone for you! Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 8, 2003
Getting close to ideal
Pros: Great concept. Close to excellent.
Cons: No paging from base. No
Great if you have multiple lines and you want mobility without having to wire your office or home with every combination of line and location. Read More at Epinions.com
Jun 18, 2003
"Can you hear me now?... Can you hear me now?... Can you hear me now?..."
Pros: Phones where I've never had them before! Features galore!
Cons: Reception not always very good. Conversations sometimes "drop out" briefly.
If you need an expandable phone system, sure - start with this one. But save your receipt just in case you have call quality problems. Read More at Epinions.com
May 26, 2004
For the money, you get what you pay for.
Pros: Affordable, simple to use, a means to an end.
Cons: There are definitely better multi-handset systems out there.
If you are looking for a fast affordable solution to get phones in rooms that are not wired, this one will do the job. Read More at Epinions.com
Jun 28, 2002
Even a sleek, new design can't make up for poor sound!
Pros: Nicely designed handset; 4-lines; Plenty of great features
Cons: Terribly disappointing sound quality
I would like nothing more than to recommend this phone to you. But unfortunately, the sound quality is too bad to tolerate. Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 22, 2005
Fine for minimal, short term use.
Pros: three phones only need one phone jack
Cons: buttons stopped working battery dies quickly too expensive for the low quality Read More at Epinions.com
Mar 13, 2003
Pros: 2 handsets with caller ID, intercom & handsfree feature
Cons: Battery performance and availability & cost, VTech customer support.
Try another brand, even if you have to pay more ! Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 1, 2004
VETO the Vetech
Pros: None so far
Cons: Poor clarity, poor range, poor design and construction, poor (outgoing) volume. Read More at Epinions.com