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BT Home SmartPhone S II - £23.48 Delivered @ BT Shop

£23.48 @ BT Shop
Brand new Home Smartphone from BT - Now with Google Play! BT has a new home smartphone that blocks nuisance calls, as well as the ability to surf the web, check emails, update Facebook, and downloa… Read More
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2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago
Brand new Home Smartphone from BT - Now with Google Play!

BT has a new home smartphone that blocks nuisance calls, as well as the ability to surf the web, check emails, update Facebook, and download apps, all on your home phone. No need to fire up your laptop to go online, BT's Home SmartPhone S II is always on and one tap away from the information you're after.

The easy to use BT Home Smartphone S II features a 3.5" touch screen and Google 4.2 Jelly Bean Android OS with preloaded apps such as BT Sport* and the ability to download more apps from the Google Play store.

Fed up with the kids taking your mobile to go online or play games? Get the Home SmartPhone S II for the family to keep everyone happy, and keep your mobile as your own personal device. This BT SmartPhone S II brings the home phone into the 21st century, making it the phone for the connected home!

The BT Home Smartphone S II is, above all, an excellent phone; with crystal clear call clarity and the quality of a BT phone.

DECT Cordless Telephone answering machine
Downloadable apps via Google Play Store
Wi-Fi connectivity
1500 Contact storage
3.5" Capacitive touch screen
Internet browsing
Facebook and Twitter pre-installed
Email client
Video and Music player
Nuisance Call Blocking**
( * Subscription applies. ** You must subscribe to a Caller Display service from your network provider for the block nuisance calls feature to work. Charges may apply.)
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2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago
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Dalkirst
Does anyone actually use a landline anymore apart from having one for broadband?
Yeah. to find my mobile the other day - ha ha!

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#1
29 reviews 3/5 stars. :| Don't think it's good but still cheap I guess.

Edited By: AJ92 on Apr 14, 2017 12:24
2 Likes #2
Yeah saw that, but seems pretty cheap for a DECT cordless phone with answering machine never mind the app side of things, am giving it a go :)
#3
Looked interesting until I saw it has a 3.5" screen.
#4
thanks for posting op,but this phone has some very poor reviews,still worth a punt at price.
#5
Does it have Bluetooth connectivity for headphones?
2 Likes #6
Don't forget TCB 11.25%
#7
reading spec no bluetooth, but has headphone socket, tempted I think like malm.
I could use this as media player over network wonder if it would take plex player. but more useful that other dogles for same price as a music player.
#8
it should be good for the money, using at home as a dect yeah, never mind 4.2 android what security updates should have, anyway heat from me
#9
Pity they can't connect to other phones though or have more than one in a pack heat added though
#10
Was tempted to use purely as a standard phone but the reviews on BT and Amazon have put me off. Looks good but real world use seems very poor
#11
Wonder if the Trucaller app would work on it.
3 Likes #12
borosidf
4.2 android what security updates should have
I could be wrong, but I think 4.2 has unfixed vulnerabilities. I seem to remember that 4.4.2 is the earliest version that anyone can be confident in.

If anyone's thinking, "Yeah, but it's just a landline phone, what could possibly go wrong?" Premium rate silent calls, to start with. And then, it's a gateway to the rest of your network and the devices you have attached to it.

Great price, but risk averse people might want to skip this deal.
2 Likes #13
OneClickRoot should work if anyone interested. Maybe after there is a chance to take control. :)
https://www.xda-developers.com/one-click-root-in-2016/
https://www.oneclickroot.com/bt-home-smartphone-s-ii/

Possible cashback:
TC: BT Branded Products & Phones 11.55%
Quidco: BT Branded Product Sales 11%

Edited By: borosidf on Apr 14, 2017 14:54
#14
superry73

Brand new Home Smartphone from BT - Now with Google Play!
BT has a new home smartphone that blocks nuisance calls, as well as the ability to surf the web, check emails, update Facebook, and download apps, all on your home phone. No need to fire up your laptop to go online, BT's Home SmartPhone S II is always on and one tap away from the information you're after.
The easy to use BT Home Smartphone S II features a 3.5" touch screen and Google 4.2 Jelly Bean Android OS with preloaded apps such as BT Sport* and the ability to download more apps from the Google Play store.
Fed up with the kids taking your mobile to go online or play games? Get the Home SmartPhone S II for the family to keep everyone happy, and keep your mobile as your own personal device. This BT SmartPhone S II brings the home phone into the 21st century, making it the phone for the connected home!
The BT Home Smartphone S II is, above all, an excellent phone; with crystal clear call clarity and the quality of a BT phone.
DECT Cordless Telephone answering machine
Downloadable apps via Google Play Store
Wi-Fi connectivity
1500 Contact storage
3.5" Capacitive touch screen
Internet browsing
Facebook and Twitter pre-installed
Email client
Video and Music player
Nuisance Call Blocking**
( * Subscription applies. ** You must subscribe to a Caller Display service from your network provider for the block nuisance calls feature to work. Charges may apply.)
anyone know if this phone can be used alongside my current wireless dect phone's?

Edited By: Pateo on Apr 14, 2017 15:15
1 Like #15
Does anyone actually use a landline anymore apart from having one for broadband?
2 Likes #16
Dalkirst
Does anyone actually use a landline anymore apart from having one for broadband?

Sure, why not? Better call quality and reliability.
8 Likes #17
Dalkirst
Does anyone actually use a landline anymore apart from having one for broadband?
Yeah. to find my mobile the other day - ha ha!
#18
Another dodgy phone saturates Ebay,good luck with the return requests guys.Am leaving this one well alone.
#19
.... do I need one? Hell yes I need one!
#20
5* Utterly useless Reviewed by Glenn on 04/09/2016
This is the worst price of technology gadgetry I've ever bought.

It worked fine for the first couple of days.

Now it's useless, despite many reboots and resetting

It constantly freezes.

No matter how many times I turn of sync to google, it still beeps with reminders.

The phone never rings ! Phoning it, just rings out from the phone dialling it.

Nothing happens when trying to make a call from it.

What a piece of ****.
2 Likes #21
AJ92
29 reviews 3/5 stars. :| Don't think it's good but still cheap I guess.

3/5 is actually 'good'. *sighs*
#22
would this link up to other by phones? e.g. the BT8600?

Edited By: tjc2005 on Apr 14, 2017 16:52: typo
#23
I think i'm going to give it a miss after the poor reviews on Amazon etc, I was tempted but for the money I can get something else more useful.
#24
old android, not be able to install any decent apps
#25
Do they have triple handset?
#26
Mr.No
Dalkirst
Does anyone actually use a landline anymore apart from having one for broadband?
Sure, why not? Better call quality and reliability.

Better than what? Tin can and string? HD Voice is better.

Edited By: unconfirmed on Apr 14, 2017 18:40
#27
unconfirmed
Mr.No
Dalkirst
Does anyone actually use a landline anymore apart from having one for broadband?
Sure, why not? Better call quality and reliability.
Better than what? Tin can and string? HD Voice is better.

Different technologies make no difference, the problem with the UK mobile phone system is the lack of masts and the fact that operators don't share masts. Albania and Peru were ranked above the UK for 4G coverage.

Edited By: Mr.No on Apr 15, 2017 08:26: Typo
#28
Needs android 6 imho to have app longevity
1 Like #29
I believe we cant go wrong for the price. Bought one will debloat and have a look maybe there is a chance to upgrade. Know nothing about hardware specs but reviews stating the call quality is super. I will just use for normal phone calls so shouldn't be so bad.
1 Like #30
Ordered. If it's rubbish I'll be sending it back
1 Like #31
Ditto
#32
Starting to get that way.

It will be turned off soon (well 2025) anyway, no point in investing in much anymore, unless you're happy with ATA to VoIP type gateways which aren't all that great.
#33
Do people still use house phones??
1 Like #34
hiezra
Do people still use house phones??
Yes. Hope that helps. You're welcome.
#35
umm the reviews are pretty damning for the phone, was going to take a punt before i read some comments on here, so thanks people for the warning
#36
hiezra
Do people still use house phones??

Wish I didnt have to. Only is used for one family member the mrs has that lives abroad so that it doesnt cost them a fortune.
Tried explaining Whatsapp (now they have the internet) but apparently tok confusing!
Anyways locked into another 12months with BT with deal on here last month (Though still not got my £200 Voucher in post)

Home phones will be redundant soon I reckon. Just no real need when mobile contracts are cheap and coverage is getting better. Once they have mobile battery that lasts more than a few days then job done!
#37
Ordered! Worth a punt. Will probably update you on how it is after I recieve it.
#38
Ordered 2 yesterday.

Not expecting much from the Android part other than to play music & films through chromecast
May also be able to control fire tv; roku stick or lights through various apps.
#39
I bought these a while back. from BT. It kept losing connection and I won't able to make or receive calls, had to turn off and on - I believe these are refurbs, so you can't really complain about them

Edited By: nejatomar on Apr 15, 2017 16:34
#40
What we really need is a dect to gsm interface, so that you could use a mobile on a landline.
You'd kinda need your own personal cell tower

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