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OneTel DECT Cordless Phone with Answerphone only £9.98 & free delivery + 2% possible Quidco

£9.98 @ Morgan Computers
This was first posted nearly 6months ago - but i have just phoned up & they still have some in stock inc free delivery & possible Quidco. So it's got to be worth a mention for those who missed out fir…
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8y, 6m agoFound 8 years, 6 months ago
This was first posted nearly 6months ago - but i have just phoned up & they still have some in stock inc free delivery & possible Quidco. So it's got to be worth a mention for those who missed out first time around.


OneTel OT150 single dect phone pack - stylish DECT digital cordless handset plus answering machine with 80 minute recording time

* Single cordless DECT handsets with blue backlit LCD display
* 100 name/number phone book, choice of 9 handset ringtones
* Crystal clear sound quality, handsfree calling mode
* Answering machine features up to 80 minutes digital recording time
* Choice of two pre-recorded messages or your own custom message

Includes mains adaptors/chargers plus AAA NiMH batteries

FREE DELIVERY

Stock Status - In stock
Condition - Brand new

Warranty - one year warranty

I WAS ALSO TOLD BY THE CHAP ON CUSTOMER SERVICES THAT IF YOU BUY 2 - THEY CAN BE PAIRED UP (HANDY FOR ONE UPSTAIRS & ONE DOWNSTAIRS)

NEXT DAY DELIVERY IF YOU ORDER BEFORE 12 NOON
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#2
i bought one of these when they were on offer a few months ago. It has the loudest ring ever, which is great for the hard of hearing. It has hand's free loud speaker function (great for gossiping to friends while you make dinner :p ). It doesn't lose reception when im three rooms away from the base set. It's a great wee phone for the money. The only thing I'd say is, it's pretty light and I don't know how well it would stand up to roughish treatment.

Is it difficult to "pair" two up together? id like another so i have two in the house.
#3
I bought a pair of these phones from Morgan a month or so ago and have found them to be very good. They do feel light , but they've withstood a pounding from my three year old grandson. There were dire warnings in the buyer written reviews on the morgan web site about the rechargeable batteries supplied with the phone not holding much charge but I haven't had that problem.

I bought the OT250 package which is a base unit which the answering machine plus a second phone and charger for about £15 or so. I can imagine some morgans will still have some of those left. The instructions are common for the OT150, 250, 350 (three phones) and 450 (four phones) so I can't imagine there would be a problem about pairing the things up.

Alternatively Morgans do have pairs of panasonic manufactured dect phones for £20 if you want to avoid the risk.

I hope that helps

Kevin
#4
Has been at this price for ages... and an informative thread here :- :)

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/167866/onetel-dect-phone-with-answerphone-/
#5
I bought one of these 6 months ago too and to say that they have a POOR battery would be the understatement of the year!

It certainly helps you keep your phone calls short, as the bloody thing cuts out after 5 mins!

You have been warned.
#6
The batteries in these phones are probably the worst I've ever seen in a phone. I replaced them with a new set of rechargables and they work great. I actually got a second phone for free from them as they said it'd be cheaper to provide a whole new handset than it would be to provide new batteries.

Apart from the battery life, these phones are excellent for the price.
#7
macleod
I bought one of these 6 months ago too and to say that they have a POOR battery would be the understatement of the year!

It certainly helps you keep your phone calls short, as the bloody thing cuts out after 5 mins!

You have been warned.


Second that. Battery has been a nightmare.
#8
I bought the quad pack a while ago and they're decent enough phones. Nowhere near as nice as the Philips one I also have, but do the job fine.

I've never had a problem with battery life, but then I make and recieve hardly any phone calls on my landine (which is why I wanted so many for a 2-bed flat, means I won't miss the few calls I do get!)

Answering machine is basic but functional again, bit fiddly to delete messages (you have to wait for the voice prompt to finish).
#9
macleod
I bought one of these 6 months ago too and to say that they have a POOR battery would be the understatement of the year!

It certainly helps you keep your phone calls short, as the bloody thing cuts out after 5 mins!

You have been warned.


I agree. Bought one about 5 months ago and slung the batteries that came with it because they only lasted a day before they needed recharging.
Purchased some Duracell ones and now the phone only needs charging every 6 days.
But still a bargain, great phone.
#10
Can anyone using this phone tell me if this phone has caller ID facility, and if it works fine? :?

Thanks in advance.
#11
Out of interest - what batterys do they take!.

P.S. - received email confirmation (ordered today 10am, goods dispatched 1st class recorded 3pm today)
#12
I bought this phone about 6 months now and has worked fine but i have question to ask other people who have the phone, when i call an automated service and have to press 1, 2 or 3 in the menu for example, when i push the numbers on the phone it will not work. Is there a something on the phone i have to set up before i use it?
#13
Bought one of these about 6 months ago and the only thing I can complain about is the fact that the idiots who dispatched it sent it to me at my work address without any contact name on the address label or the invoice. It was only by blind chance that I saw the package lying on the desk of my departmental supervisor three weeks after I'd first ordered it. Idiots.

Had no problem with battery life or ringer volume, but then I don't expect a huge amount from a sub-£10 phone. As long as it makes and receives calls, it's value for money. Anything above and beyond that is a bonus.

I talk on it for more than an hour every day, and have never had a problem with it cutting out.

luvss
Can anyone using this phone tell me if this phone has caller ID facility, and if it works fine? :?

Thanks in advance.


No caller ID, as far as I'm aware.
#14
I chatted with my sister on the phone for just under three hours today, and the handset hadn't run out of charge, and I've had the phone for months! Just two little AAA batteries, so easy enough to replace. I CANNOT for the life of me see how replacing the phone is as cheap as replacing the batteries!


qprneil
I bought this phone about 6 months now and has worked fine but i have question to ask other people who have the phone, when i call an automated service and have to press 1, 2 or 3 in the menu for example, when i push the numbers on the phone it will not work. Is there a something on the phone i have to set up before i use it?


Mine worked fine, i didnt read anything on the instructions, sounds like you might have a faulty one?
#15
Thanks for the link. Ended up buying this: https://www.morgancomputers.co.uk/shop/detail.asp?ProductID=4976&CategoryID=201&SubCategoryID=310. Been looking for a cheap Panasonic for some time; apparently they are a cut above the rest.
#16
fasda
I agree. Bought one about 5 months ago and slung the batteries that came with it because they only lasted a day before they needed recharging.
Purchased some Duracell ones and now the phone only needs charging every 6 days.
But still a bargain, great phone.


The batteries supplied are, indeed, very poor...but perhaps that's why the phones are clearance? Anyway, I agree that this is still a bargain after you've bought yourself some Duracell rechargeables especially since delivery is free and next day.
#17
fasda:
I agree. Bought one about 5 months ago and slung the batteries that came with it because they only lasted a day before they needed recharging.
Purchased some Duracell ones and now the phone only needs charging every 6 days.
But still a bargain, great phone.


Can you Please send a link to the duracell compatible batteries, Thanks
#18
n1ragab2004
Can you Please send a link to the duracell compatible batteries, Thanks


Any high capacity "AAA" rechargeable batteries will do. For example:

http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/5416265/Uniross-4-x-AAA-1000mAH-NiMH-High-Powered-Rechargeable-Batteries/Product.html

Alternatively, just pop into your local Wilkinson's and they should have similar batteries for a similar price :thumbsup:
#19
Bought one off morgan computers last week,great phone but as per the last few comments the batterys supplied were dire!! .yesterday they gave up the ghost and were so hot they nearly melted inside the phone, bought a couple of energizer rechargeables for it instead and have to say all is well,all in all a good phone for the price .
#20
I too bought these a few months ago when last posted. Am hoping someone on here can help with a problem which I keep meaning to post about! I bought 2 base sets, as it was cheaper than buying a twinpack, and people on the old thread said it was possible to pair them up.

However I can't see where in the instruction book it tells you how to pair them, and i've tried everything I can think of. At the moment, answerphone messages randomly appear on either one of the handset bases, and if you're on a call, you can't pick up the other handset to join in, it doesn't link.

Please can someone help - I am sure it's probably really obvious but we are stuck!! Thanks.
#21
Well I bought one a few months ago on the offer and its in the bin now....Stopped charging the handset. Very cheap to look at and feel
#22
It's worth noting that these phones are NOT sent on a Next Day Delivery Service.

Morgans ship all Free Delivery items via 1st Class Royal Mail Packt Post so you may receive it next day if shipped in time but I guess this also depends on how goo RM are in your area.

I got mine within three days of ordering. Still, can't complain at £9.98 for a brand new DECT phone with one year warranty. There is also a dedicated OneTel contact number (UK) on the box for tech support / warranty info.

Paul
#23
gr8h8me
Well I bought one a few months ago on the offer and its in the bin now....Stopped charging the handset. Very cheap to look at and feel



12month warranty - why not send it back
#24
Went for it and picked up a cheap 4 port USB 2.0 hub for under £2 with free delivery as well.
Ordered before 10 o'clock, so hopeful it will arrive tomorrow.
#25
Can anyone who has this phone answer a question? We keep our base station upstairs, so always access the answering machine part via our handset (currently a BT model). Can the answering machine be accessed from the handset on this Onetel model?
#26
Phone arrived yesterday (next day delivery)
Just set it all up (very easy)
Batteries supplied are 600mh.Will see how they go.

I like the way there's an OGM message option saying you can't leave a message so phone back later.
Saves you having to phone people back.. lol

"Can the answering machine be accessed from the handset on this Onetel model?"
Yes it can.
It can hold 80 minutes of messages.Max length of messages is 3 minutes.

Update:
Used phone for 45 minutes.Still showing batteries full charge.
No breakups or interference at all when moving around (happened on previous BT phone).
Very pleased with phone.


Another useful feature is it can be used handsfree.

So far, so good.:)
#27
stamfordblue
"Can the answering machine be accessed from the handset on this Onetel model?"
Yes it can.


Hi stamfordblue.

I just bought one as well, even though the website now says out of stock.

Can you tell me how you can access the answering machine from the handset? The manual doesn't mention it at all. It just talks about listening to messages using the base station buttons.

cheers, Andy
#28
Can someone tell me if this phone has a secrecy facility?

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