Gigaset C620A Cordless Phone with Answer Machine and Nuisance Call Blocking (Pack of 3) - £55.19 @ Amazon (Free delivery)
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Gigaset C620A Cordless Phone with Answer Machine and Nuisance Call Blocking (Pack of 3) - £55.19 @ Amazon (Free delivery)

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Found 31st May 2016
Great price for the trio (twin is currently £63.48 on Amazon and trio normally hovers between £80 & £90). This comes with a 2 year guarantee and is a "Which" recommended product.

Good reviews -
Amazon - 4.3/5 (407 reviews)
Argos - 4.6/5 (18 reviews)

-Call Blocking and time controlled call silencing
-Address book up to 250 entries, each with 3 numbers, email address and reminder dates
-Digital answering machine for up to 55 minutes of messages
-Large colour 1.8” TFT 6 line user friendly screen display
-Brilliant HSP™ sound quality, even when talking hands-free
-Baby monitor mode

Box Contains
1 x base station
2 x additional chargers
3 x handsets
3 x power supplies
1 x phone cable
6 x AAA batteries
1 x user guid

Gigaset C620A Cordless Phone with Answer Machine and Nuisance Call Blocking

The C620A combines stylish design with the innovative state of the art technology associated with Gigaset's range of phones, including our nuisance call blocking feature.

Key Features

There's Plenty to Talk About...

The C620A has a 26 hours talk time so you don't need to worry about running out of battery when talking to friends and family. The phone also has 530 minutes standby time, which really benefits households who forget to replace the receiver/handset after use.

Nuisance Call Blocking

The C620A incorporates a dedicated nuisance call blocking key, which helps you to block and manage unwanted calls. Users of the C620A can benefit from a 15 number 'blacklist' option for persistent nuisance callers and the day and night switch silencing feature which can be set by time to ensure you are undisturbed when you need it most.

TFT display
A full colour TFT display with choice of screensavers. Click here to see a larger image.

Phonebook and Caller ID

With over 250 Phonebook entries available you can add all of your friends and families numbers to the C620A. The C620A also has the ability to use CLIP technology to identify callers as they ring. If the caller's name and number have been saved in the phonebook, the caller will be identified by name. Please note; in order for this feature to work you must have caller display activated with your network provider. The phone is also easy to navigate using the shortcut keys and the large 1.8" full colour TFT display.

The Answer Machine function is easy to operate using the handset or alternatively on the base station, and with ~55 minutes recording time there's plenty of room for your messages.

Your Answer Machine can also be remotely operated, so you can check your messages when you're away from the house. You can individualise your answer machine message as you wish, and the phone also records the numbers from your last 20 missed calls, making returning calls quick and easy.

Is the Sound Quality Really That Good?

Hearing is believing. Gigaset take pride in the sound quality our phones deliver. We've created High Sound Performance (HSP) protocols to provide better sound quality than normal analogue landline phones.

High Sound Performance
Experience crystal-clear voice calls with HSP technology.
Great for Your Pocket and the Environment

Gigaset prides itself on trying to be as green as possible, which is why the phones include the ECO DECT energy saving technology in our phones. ECO DECT reduces the amount of electricity and radiation utilised by the phone when this function is enabled, saving you money and being kind to the environment.

With the C620A you can forward calls to your mobile when you're out and about using the call divert function. A baby monitor function is also included and can be accessed using the dedicated shortcut key on the keypad of the handset - great for when you're looking after little ones.

Hands free and baby monitor keys
The Gigaset C620A features hands free and baby monitor modes. If you've got your hands full you can also use our high quality hands free speaker function - a great feature for all multi-taskers.

Setting Up Your Gigaset Phone

All Gigaset phones come with a user guide explaining how to use each of the features on the phone you have purchased. As an added benefit we also have a quick start up guide, so if you are eager to get your phone up and running quickly you can get to know the additional features in your own time.
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Edited by: "adsham" 31st May 2016
good price, but also means im very happy to have sold my 6 handset (2 x 3 sets together) set (6 years old) for £50 recently
Is anybody else dismayed by the lack of innovation in home phones? Why is bluetooth not standard? Why do most phones still crash/suffer with some sort of issues? Why are screens and keys so tiny? I bought a £100+ bluetooth home phone set rated by Which? as one of the best on the market and it was continually crashing. This might be good value for money considering the market, but the technology is archaic stuff!
Edited by: "S23" 1st Jun 2016
S23

Is anybody else dismayed by the lack of innovation in home phones? Why is … Is anybody else dismayed by the lack of innovation in home phones? Why is bluetooth not standard? Why do most phones still crash/suffer with some sort of issues? Why are screens and keys so tiny? I bought a £100+ bluetooth home phone set rated by Which? as one of the best on the market and it was continually crashing. This might be good value for money considering the market, but the technology is archaic stuff!



​i agree! would love to have a cheap but ok quality android dect phone but the choice is far and few, expensive and poor quality. How come we can buy a decent smartphone from the likes of Huwawei for around £50 but not a dect phone :-(
online you can get the twin for £40 and other places are selling the trio for between £55 - £60.
score01

online you can get the twin for £40 and other places are selling the trio … online you can get the twin for £40 and other places are selling the trio for between £55 - £60.



​Are you sure, I can only find the trio for that price in a refurbished state, brand new seems to be £99.99. - please post any links that can help users with alternatives to buying from Amazon if you can find the same price elsewhere. Thanks
score01

online you can get the twin for £40 and other places are selling the trio … online you can get the twin for £40 and other places are selling the trio for between £55 - £60.



​Same seems to apply to Twin, I think you are quoting refurbished prices.
I agree, archaic tech, but good deal. BT did a unit which you could insert your mobile sim to copy your address book from, but dreadful reliability. Big gap in the market here, or perhaps they cant be bothered because who uses a home phone any more other than for emergencies, or to have your line for internet.

Is anybody else dismayed by the lack of innovation in home phones? Why is … Is anybody else dismayed by the lack of innovation in home phones? Why is bluetooth not standard? Why do most phones still crash/suffer with some sort of issues? Why are screens and keys so tiny? I bought a £100+ bluetooth home phone set rated by Which? as one of the best on the market and it was continually crashing. This might be good value for money considering the market, but the technology is archaic stuff!




I understand your point but I'm wondering if there's enough demand for it. I've seen several attempts at pushing the technology on with home phones but all seem to fail miserably, they may well be executed poorly but I suspect the people using home phones (generally speaking) just want the basics (technology speaking).
Edited by: "adsham" 1st Jun 2016
One thing to bare in mind. The call blocker wont work if your not on BT
Are there any phones (other than the BT ones) that have the equivalent of call guardian. I had one and the sound was awful. Pity this just has a simple call block, otherwise I would have jumped. Great deal. Heat added.
Good phones for everyday usage and a bargain at the price, but more or less useless for filtering out nuisance calls. Fifteen numbers can be used up in a few days and some international or withheld numbers wouldn't appear at all, leaving only the option to block or allow. Fine for those without family abroad
Just bought - Heat added
Thanks - ordered. The reviews look pretty good and sound quality was more important than the call blocking capability to me. In fact, the call blocking looks pretty useless.
How times have changed. £150 for one handset 18 years ago! I still have BT Siemens!
Missed it....boo

I understand your point but I'm wondering if there's enough demand for … I understand your point but I'm wondering if there's enough demand for it. I've seen several attempts at pushing the technology on with home phones but all seem to fail miserably, they may well be executed poorly but I suspect the people using home phones (generally speaking) just want the basics (technology speaking).


Any examples of these attempts? For interest's sake
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