AT&T CL84102 Silver/Black Cordless Phone

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The AT&T CL84102 6.0 Cordless Corded Answering System with Caller ID and large display can be used flat on a tabletop or mounted on a wall. It features a Digital Answering machine with 14 minute Recording time, and Speakerphone both on the base and handset for hands-free use. The AT&T CL84102 also features a directory that can store up to 50 numbers with names.


Quick Glance

Answering Machine: Yes

Green Compliance: Energy Star

Caller ID: Yes

Digital Technology: DECT

General Features: Call Waiting, Remote Access, Call Screening, Indicator, Intercom, Volume Control, Flash, Mute, Conference Call, Voice Prompt, Push-to-talk, Redial, Clock and Calendar, Voice Mail, Phone Book


Summary

Product Title: AT&T CL84102 Silver/Black Cordless Phone

Manufacturer: AT&T

Lowest Price: $54.98 from Amazon.com

Power Score: 2.0 | 1 Review


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AT&T CL84102 Silver/Black Cordless Phone

Strengths: I wanted a corded phone with a speaker and the capacity to mute the ring, and there are not many out there, so I bought the CL 84102. phone is good and it gives me the features I needed.

Weakness: The cordless extension is a piece of garbage. The voice fades in and out. I called AT&T customer service, and finally I got a supervisor to send me a replacement. Not any better.

Some things are hopeless, as I will not spend any more time with AT&T, for a 2nd replacement. As a result I will never buy AT&T products. I will try and stick with Panasonic.

By anonymous; - Jun 9, 2012

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