Avoid Missed Calls At Home With Panasonic Link-to-Cell System [KX-TG6582T]

Written By Sam on 16 July 2010
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It’s quite common thing to miss calls in our mobile especially when we are at home. Imagine the consequences if we miss an important official call when are at home for just simple reasons like the phone was at other room or when we could not hear the ring. We may miss some important information which may be vital for our business. Panasonic’s Link–to-cell system solves our problem by enabling us to answer mobile from multiple handsets. The company primarily targets busy professionals who may not wish to miss the calls when they are at home, and can answer via multiple handsets. Phonebook Copy feature in this system allows users to copy 600 names and numbers from your mobile to the Panasonic handset’s built-in directory. The system can connect to any Bluetooth-enabled headset for hands-free talking.

This System gets your cell phone connected to a Panasonic handset via Bluetooth. Using this you can respond to all your mobile calls through Panasonic handsets which are kept at various places in our house. All you have to do is to keep the Panasonic base unit in a place where you mobile finds good connection to the cellular network, and then you can connect up to two Mobile phones (Bluetooth enabled phones) to the system. You can also set different ring tones for each phone. Usually a landline is not necessary for Link–to-cell system. But this system also work with landline, you have the option to receive your mobile calls from landline when both are ringing at the same time. For people who do not have a landline connection, can start receiving mobile calls from their home phone handset without paying anything for the landline connection.

Features of Panasonic Link-to-Cell

  • For high quality sound and extended range Proprietary DECT 6.0 PLUS technology is available
  • Intelligent Eco Mode for extended battery life and this automatically reduces handset power consumption when used near the base station.
  • Call Block – Users can Block unwanted calls by creating a Call Block list with Caller ID information and the blocked callers receive a busy signal.
  • Silent Mode – Prevent a bedside (or any individual) handset from ringing at specified times.
  • Non-slip Handset Design – Rubberized grip makes it easier to cradle the phone when you need your hands free.
  • Energy Star Certified – Phones use about one-third less energy than non-qualified models.
  • Expandable – You can have up to six handsets.
  • Optional Range Extender module – Doubles effective transmission range between base station and handsets.

The Panasonic Link-to-Cell system (KX-TG6582T) cost you approximately $100. The additional handsets (KX-TGA401B) cost you around $40. An optional Range Extender module is also available that will provide double the effective transmission range between the base station and handsets for about $30.

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