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Are cordless phones interchangable?
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Is flexibility one of the options for having expandable cordless phones?
Is a cordless phone worth paying more than a cell phone?
What is the greatest range in cordless phones?
Asked in Telephones
What is a cordless phone use for?
Cordless phones are the same as home phones but not connected via cord, but are linked to a base which is connected to the phone grid. Unlike cell phones, they don't run off of cellular networks, which is a series of towers and satellites to bounce the signal back and forth. Cordless phones are the same as regular cord phones but more practicle.
What is the difference between a mobile phone and a cordless phone?
Do most people prefer white cordless phones over other colored phones?
What is an expandable cordless phones?
Asked in Example Sentences
What is a sentence with cordless in it?
Cordless phones became popular because they didn't restrict a caller to a small space while talking on the phone. Cordless means, literally, "without cord". Cordless products do not rely on a current, whether the current is provided by an electrical outlet or the mini-wiring inside a telephone cord. However, the cordless phones have a base unit which must be plugged into an electrical outlet. Each handset operates on battery and a Hertz signal. Alas, many families lost interest in both regular desk or wall telephones and cordless phones with the introduction of cell phones.
Are vtech phones wireless phones?
Asked in Computers
What companies make cordless phones with headsets?
Asked in Telephones
Are there any cordless phones that can save answering machine messages to your computer?
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What is the most likely cause of interference on an 802.11g network?
Asked in How To
How to get rid of a cordless phone?
Some people have cordless phones in their homes, but they don’t use them because cell phones are so common these days. On the other hand, plenty of people still do use cordless phones as a land line in their homes. They are pretty outdated, however, and most people should consider getting rid of their cordless phone permanently in place of their cell phone. Not only will this get rid of a telephone bill for the home line, it will also help a person manage their incoming calls easier with a cell phone. Of course, some people might find this to be a hard decision, but it isn’t. First of all, cell phones are much more convenient than cordless land line phones because they are portable. A cordless phone can only be moved a few yards away from the charger setup before the phone begins to lose its signal. Cell phones can be used anywhere there is a cell tower to pick up and send the signal. Without a doubt, cordless phones have nowhere near the travel range that any cell phone will always have. On top of this, it is just a bigger expense to have both a cell phone and a cordless phone at home. For some people, the money they can save by disconnecting their cordless phone at home can help them out a lot. Since cell phones can double as home phones, there really is no need for the average person to have a cordless phone at home. All they do for most Americans is add to the bills they don’t enjoy paying for each month. Finally, a person can manage their calls better with a cell phone. Every cell phone has caller I.D., which allows a person to see who’s calling. While some cordless phones have it, not all do. Cell phones also list the calls in an easy-to-see menu, unlike cordless phones. Managing phone calls is much easier on a cell phone rather than a cordless phone. The advantages of cell phones over cordless phones in the home cannot be denied. Any person that gets rid of their cordless phone won’t regret it.