Four Line Cordless Phone System / Two Line Cordless Phone Systems / 16 Line Phone Systems

By: Home Wireless  09-12-2011
Keywords: phone system, cordless phone, Conference Calling

Environmentally Friendly cordless phone systems
  • 4 Line Phone System
  • Supports up to 16 handsets (extensions)
  • Low Power consumption
  • 4 lines displayed simultaneously on every handset
  • Caller ID (display, storage, recall)
  • Conference calling, call transfer, intercom
  • 10 way conference calling
  • Storage directory - 450 names and numbers system total
  • One-touch Last Number Redial
  • Programmable line dedication and primary line selection
  • Available in Black or White

Keywords: Conference Calling, cordless phone, phone system, System Supports

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