Doro 635ipw Cordless Duo Home Phone with IP Calling (Skype Compatible) - Black & Silver @ 7dayshop.com was £29.99 now £14.99 plus £3.95 delivery - HotUKDeals
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EXCEPTIONAL VALUE BUT LIMITED STOCK ONLY - The Doro 635ipw is a dual purpose combined cordless home and VoIP DECT telephone. Ideal for home and office use but also this phone can be used with free Internet telephony world-wide with other Skype users.
It has a 300 metre outdoor range (50m Indoors) for both home and IP telephone calls as well as a 50 name and number phone book, ten number redial list and six distinctive Skype ring tones.

Main Product Features:
Caller ID
Adjustable ring tones 6
Redial list 10
Name and number phone book 50
Volume control
Skype Buddy list
Skype ring tones 6
Skype name
Skype quick dial
Skype status display
Skype voicemail indicator
Standby 100 hours
Talk time 10 hours
Indoor range 50m
Outdoor range 300m
Rechargeable batteries (Uses 2 x AAA)
Software on CD-ROM included

This product is brand new and fully boxed, contents include LCD handset, phone cables USB cable, docking base/station for charging etc., 2 x AAA Ni-Mh rechargeable batteries, UK and Euro plug types, CD software (please install before use with computer) and even a detachable belt clip for the phone !

Please Note: This kit is sold with a voucher for free Skype minutes but this offer has expired as of June 2007 - so perhaps this is why the stock was offered to us at an extra low price...

... a hard to believe 7dayshop.com price - Please check out other internet sellers to see the massive savings on this quality product !!
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#1
£3.95 postage
#2
And quidco

....ooh not any more by the looks of it. Shame that Quidco is losing so many retailers.
#3
Also available in orange colour. Stock says Plenty for both colours.
#4
Skype compatible? Skype ONLY as far as I can discover.

What use is that, must be just about the dearest way of making calls over the internet :-(
#5
nihcaj
Skype compatible? Skype ONLY as far as I can discover.

What use is that, must be just about the dearest way of making calls over the internet :-(


my sentiments exactly!!!
#6
does this handset connect to PC via usb to make skype calls ?
#7
buy a pap2 or linksys sipura adapter (Connect this to your router and connect your normal BT or NTL phone to it) - You can use any service provider e.g. voipcheap.com etc for free UK landline, USA landline + mobile phone calls.

This would be better value.

Sorry - voted cold.
#8
sicknote
And quidco

....ooh not any more by the looks of it. Shame that Quidco is losing so many retailers.


Why is Quidco losing so many retailers ?
#9
slinkydonkey;3031105
Why is Quidco losing so many retailers ?


Dunno, maybe the economic downturn OR maybe it's because Quidco is rapidly becoming a pile of pants.....
#10
seriously thinking of buying one! can any one comment on quality!:oops:
#11
cfphoenix
buy a pap2 or linksys sipura adapter (Connect this to your router and connect your normal BT or NTL phone to it) - You can use any service provider e.g. voipcheap.com etc for free UK landline, USA landline + mobile phone calls.

This would be better value.

Sorry - voted cold.


I agreed, the Cordless phone mentioned connecting via the computer. Which means no call in or out if you switch off your computer.
#12
buy a pap2 or linksys sipura adapter (Connect this to your router and connect your normal BT or NTL phone to it) - You can use any service provider e.g. voipcheap.com etc for free UK landline, USA landline + mobile phone calls.


Can anyone point me in the direction of where to get the above at a good price?

thanks! :thumbsup:
#13
i use voipstunt would that pap2 thing work with that?

can you elaborate on how they actually work?

what if im on the bt phone and some one rings the voip one? or vice versa?

cheers
#14
sicknote
Dunno, maybe the economic downturn OR maybe it's because Quidco is rapidly becoming a pile of pants.....


Quidco are removing retailers who won't agree to their 'SureShop' rules in attempt to cut the number of failed/unpaid cashbacks:
http://www.quidco.com/blog/?p=188
#15
sach1636
seriously thinking of buying one! can any one comment on quality!:oops:

I purchased one a few months ago.
I had a few problems, the phone kept loosing it's memory i.e date, time etc. this happened if the phone mains power was turned off for a short while.
The sound quality was also very poor. I returned mine!
#16
cfphoenix;3030903
buy a pap2 or linksys sipura adapter (Connect this to your router and connect your normal BT or NTL phone to it) - You can use any service provider e.g. voipcheap.com etc for free UK landline, USA landline + mobile phone calls.

This would be better value.

Sorry - voted cold.


I used to use a Zoom 5081 ATA Manager (was £30 from play.com a while ago) < [url]www.zoom.com/products/voip_products.html[/url] > for doing the above. It was really good and saved me a lot of money (I used voipcheap.com and voipcheap.co.uk). The weakness was a lack of support. In theory I should have been able to dial in to the device from my mobile for free and then dial-out around the world at voipcheap rates (often free). But due to a lack of support I was never able to set this up. The support from zoom was usa based and was geared towards their nominated provider. The online support was not up to helping at this level. In the end there was a software glitch and i never got around to fixing it.

I would like to get a voip system up and running again and want to purchase one where I am able to set it all up properly(ie. where there is adequate support). Do the pap2 or linksys have decent online support for a UK based user? Can I set it up to work remotely without too much difficulty? Help & advice sort please.

I'm voting this deal cold. Skype is by and large more expensive than voip. Also, if you use skype you are tied to it whereas voip is a shared protocol.
#17
Skype is also evil as it keeps your balance if you do not use it for a period. I lost a fiver and my brother some £20.
#18
cfphoenix
buy a pap2 or linksys sipura adapter (Connect this to your router and connect your normal BT or NTL phone to it) - You can use any service provider e.g. voipcheap.com etc for free UK landline, USA landline + mobile phone calls.

This would be better value.

Sorry - voted cold.


These may help (Need some reading to set up - but has lots of potential e.g. dial in via your mobile and make cheap international calls via your mobile by using your free minutes):
http://www.getvoipsolution.com/archiver/?tid-1084.html
http://forum.voxalot.com/voxalot-general/292-post-your-voxalot-dial-plan.html
http://www.wirelessforums.org/uk-telecom-voip/sipura-linksys-spa1001-back-back-sipgate-7053.html
http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=318404
#19
I set up a Linksys PAP2 with Voipcheap for my mother back in 2006 - it's a US spec "Vonage" unit which I unlocked by following instructions on the web - there must be numerous sites for that out there these days.

It's generally been rock solid but on occasion it has been "power-cycled" and normal service resumes.

At this point in time I'd say that the savvvy consumer probably goes for the option of one of those combined internet/phone/international call packages and not have the learning curve of setting up VOIP networks on the cheap. :thinking:

Of course people like myself enjoy projects like that as it can be a bit of a challenge but for the average user an "all in" package is probably a better solution at the end of the day.

Talking of projects, I got my 20 quid Xbox networked to my external HD full of movies etc and all sorts of online content last night :thumbsup:

Edit for rant:
Voipcheap/stunt et al are actually starting to peeve me slightly due to their "shifty" practices of moving the goal posts without actually allowing the customer to see the reasons - I had to go via a third party website (https://forum.voipbuster.com/) to find out why I only had 150 minutes of "free" calls per week (7 rolling days) when using the local access number via my mobile. I still believe on price they cannot be beaten but they totally suck on customer service or satisfaction
#20
Voipcheap/stunt etc., are all part of the betamax group ie the same company. You can compare their prices here - http://backsla.sh/betamax . I wouldn't go so far as to describe them as 'shifty' but would concede that there are one or two areas where things could be clearer. having said that, ive been with them for over 2 years and have no real complaints.
#21
GTD65 -is the Linksys Pap2 the best one to buy? What do you think cfphoenix? Setting up the Zoom 2081 to work at full potential defeated me in the end and the support out there didnt exist. I want to go for another one but would like some advice as to the best one to buy.
#22
gekkoa
Voipcheap/stunt etc., are all part of the betamax group ie the same company. You can compare their prices here - http://backsla.sh/betamax . I wouldn't go so far as to describe them as 'shifty' but would concede that there are one or two areas where things could be clearer. having said that, ive been with them for over 2 years and have no real complaints.


Cheers for that link I'll check it out :thumbsup:

I consider them "shifty" because they don't actually tell you that they are moving the goalposts - and when you try to figure out why (dont' ever expect a response via email btw) it's virtually (if not actually) impossible to find out via thier website.
If they were not "shifty" they would anounce any changes to the service on their front page. Also, in many cases they advertise FREE SMS - but when you actually send an SMS you get charged for it.

I'm certainly not mad with them but they do peeve me.

I've been with them since around 2004, when you actually had unlimited free calls without any deposit, so I've no ground for complaint other than the fact that they are not open with information which customers should be able to see clearly.

OK I'm off my soapbox :oops:
#23
gekkoa
GTD65 -is the Linksys Pap2 the best one to buy? What do you think cfphoenix? Setting up the Zoom 2081 to work at full potential defeated me in the end and the support out there didnt exist. I want to go for another one but would like some advice as to the best one to buy.


I'm not familiar with the Zoom device but Google didn't bring up anything relevant as far as I could tell...

The great thing about the Linksys PAP2 is that there is a huge user base and more information than you can shake a stick at online - that's the deal sealer for me. :thumbsup: then again, I'm about 2 years out of the loop...:thinking:

Just did a quick Google and found this local thread...
http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=96064
#24
cfphoenix;3030903
buy a pap2 or linksys sipura adapter (Connect this to your router and connect your normal BT or NTL phone to it) - You can use any service provider e.g. voipcheap.com etc for free UK landline, USA landline + mobile phone calls.

This would be better value.

Sorry - voted cold.

Where can I find more info about these? :roll:
#25
gus77;3040224
Where can I find more info about these? :roll:


Maybe you could follow the links posted earlier in this thread, or you could google the items
#26
darklight
my sentiments exactly!!!


this phone can be used as a regular phone. - The spec says


The 635ipw doubles as a regular, cordless telephone, and has excellent voice call quality for both landline and Skype calls. One of the better Skype phones we've reviewed.


So voted hot hot hot

Check it out here
http://www.goodgearguide.com.au/index.php/taxid;2136212631;pid;3030;pt;1
#27
gtd65;3039716
Cheers for that link I'll check it out :thumbsup:

I consider them "shifty" because they don't actually tell you that they are moving the goalposts - and when you try to figure out why (dont' ever expect a response via email btw) it's virtually (if not actually) impossible to find out via thier website.
If they were not "shifty" they would anounce any changes to the service on their front page. Also, in many cases they advertise FREE SMS - but when you actually send an SMS you get charged for it.

I'm certainly not mad with them but they do peeve me.

I've been with them since around 2004, when you actually had unlimited free calls without any deposit, so I've no ground for complaint other than the fact that they are not open with information which customers should be able to see clearly.

OK I'm off my soapbox :oops:


I have been with them since they first appeared, and I have lost track of how much money they have saved me. I move around to whatever one of their sites that offers the best deal for my call pattern at the time. It lasts me so long, I forget the last time I paid for a top-up!
I have seen a small number of complaints posted, and have never "clicked" WHY, as I have never had the SLIGHTEST problem that people have mentioned, never so much as call being dropped, although I don't use ANY texting that uses the internet at any point - even the BT site barely works at best!

For some reason, you can never guarantee SMS delivery on any online carrier I have tried, free or at cost; (and I have tried a good few over the last 12 years) so you might as well not have sent it & I gave up relying on online SMS a long time ago. A few services I have tried since have not proved reliable either!

Paying 4p each on ASDA Mobile now, and everyone has got through so far, so not something I worry about anymore! :-)
#28
I've just received this and it's not what I thought. This is not a VOIP phone that plugs into the router. It's a cordless USB handset that requires the computer to be on. And it must run Windows XP or Vista. I have a Mac and a Linux machine so no use to me - I'm returning it.
#29
Does the Vista driver come with this?

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