Panasonic KX-TGD312ED Digital Cordless Phone Twin - £29.95  @ John Lewis (C&C)
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Panasonic KX-TGD312ED Digital Cordless Phone Twin - £29.95 @ John Lewis (C&C)

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Found 17th Dec 2017
Saw similar deal in Amazon yesterday ( KX-TGD312EB ) for £25.93. Today price back to £49.99. Just saw similar deal in John Lewis ( KX-TGD312ED ) for £29.95, not sure what is the different between B and D in the end digit.
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Misslovely1 h, 2 m ago

These are really good. Im on my 4th one lol. All the other brands are …These are really good. Im on my 4th one lol. All the other brands are awful at this price


Sounds like a Trigger phone.

I've ad this phone 20 years, gone through 14 handsets and 17 bases. Still good as new!

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Edited by: "nougat" 17th Dec 2017
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You know the range on these?

An amazon comment states 100 yards to his summer house and still works, although 100 yards is a bit of a distance.
Edited by: "snappyfish" 18th Dec 2017
snappyfish9 m ago

You know the range on these?An amazon comment states 100 yards to his …You know the range on these?An amazon comment states 100 yards to his summer house and still works, although 100 yards is distance.


These are really good. Im on my 4th one lol.
All the other brands are awful at this price
snappyfish12 m ago

You know the range on these?An amazon comment states 100 yards to his …You know the range on these?An amazon comment states 100 yards to his summer house and still works, although 100 yards is distance.


what do you expect range to be in ?????
Home phones? Whaaaaaaaat??
janz704 m ago

what do you expect range to be in ?????

He must only understand inches
John Lewis deal comes with 2 year warranty.
Do people still use landlines?
It's not a slur on the deal but I haven't plugged a landline phone into the BT socket for over 10 years. I have a corded handset in a cupboard in case I have internet issues to check the line.

I'm still working out in my head, who needs a home landline phone but not getting very well other than the elderly who fear change even my elderly friends and relatives have a mobile phone of some kind.
Misslovely19 m ago

These are really good. Im on my 4th one lol. All the other brands are …These are really good. Im on my 4th one lol. All the other brands are awful at this price


Your 4th?
What happened to the other 3?
Misslovely1 h, 2 m ago

These are really good. Im on my 4th one lol. All the other brands are …These are really good. Im on my 4th one lol. All the other brands are awful at this price


Sounds like a Trigger phone.

I've ad this phone 20 years, gone through 14 handsets and 17 bases. Still good as new!

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Edited by: "nougat" 17th Dec 2017
nougat10 m ago

Do people still use landlines?It's not a slur on the deal but I haven't …Do people still use landlines?It's not a slur on the deal but I haven't plugged a landline phone into the BT socket for over 10 years. I have a corded handset in a cupboard in case I have internet issues to check the line. I'm still working out in my head, who needs a home landline phone but not getting very well other than the elderly who fear change even my elderly friends and relatives have a mobile phone of some kind.



Don't think about it too hard. Not everyone has a mobile contract.
nougat14 m ago

Do people still use landlines?It's not a slur on the deal but I haven't …Do people still use landlines?It's not a slur on the deal but I haven't plugged a landline phone into the BT socket for over 10 years. I have a corded handset in a cupboard in case I have internet issues to check the line. I'm still working out in my head, who needs a home landline phone but not getting very well other than the elderly who fear change even my elderly friends and relatives have a mobile phone of some kind.


We have one,I keep asking OH if we still need it,although I must admit I prefer having conversations on it rather than my mobile.
rev621 m ago

Don't think about it too hard. Not everyone has a mobile contract.


Thats the thing. I don't either. giffgaff PAYG but sometimes buy a goodybag or two in the summer holidays ( I have two at primary school).

I'm not disagreeing with you, just curious as to who still uses a landline?
nougat3 m ago

Thats the thing. I don't either. giffgaff PAYG but sometimes buy a …Thats the thing. I don't either. giffgaff PAYG but sometimes buy a goodybag or two in the summer holidays ( I have two at primary school). I'm not disagreeing with you, just curious as to who still uses a landline?


I do. I pay for the landline in a contract. Wouldn't save all that much removing it. Not with our package anyhow. Most things are done via emails and texts nowadays. So it's not all that often.
Edited by: "rev6" 17th Dec 2017
Misslovely52 m ago

These are really good. Im on my 4th one lol. All the other brands are …These are really good. Im on my 4th one lol. All the other brands are awful at this price


Your 4th? That fills me with confidence!
nougat45 m ago

Do people still use landlines?It's not a slur on the deal but I haven't …Do people still use landlines?It's not a slur on the deal but I haven't plugged a landline phone into the BT socket for over 10 years. I have a corded handset in a cupboard in case I have internet issues to check the line. I'm still working out in my head, who needs a home landline phone but not getting very well other than the elderly who fear change even my elderly friends and relatives have a mobile phone of some kind.


I run a small business in my shed, so keeping a landline number looks more professional and looks like company rather then a one man band. That is my reason.
bargains49623 m ago

I run a small business in my shed, so keeping a landline number looks more …I run a small business in my shed, so keeping a landline number looks more professional and looks like company rather then a one man band. That is my reason.


Yes I've seen your website
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Sorry I opened the Christmas port but my comment said "home landline"

I can see the benefit of the presence of a landline or freephone number for a business that isn't IT savvy

This direction wasn't intended, I was curious about home users and landlines
Edited by: "nougat" 17th Dec 2017
mkm011 h, 33 m ago

Home phones? Whaaaaaaaat??


I work from home, so how about that.
janz701 h, 33 m ago

what do you expect range to be in ?????


What the heck are you on about?
Lots of crazy people on here tonight. I ring people from work and I would say at least 70% have a landline number.
I'm getting only because miss always puts her phone on silent.... So if I need to call her at home... This will do the trick!
nougat2 h, 45 m ago

Do people still use landlines?It's not a slur on the deal but I haven't …Do people still use landlines?It's not a slur on the deal but I haven't plugged a landline phone into the BT socket for over 10 years. I have a corded handset in a cupboard in case I have internet issues to check the line. I'm still working out in my head, who needs a home landline phone but not getting very well other than the elderly who fear change even my elderly friends and relatives have a mobile phone of some kind.


Telephone interpreters who can't get a good signal or if battery dies use landlines
panda33824 h, 37 m ago

Lots of crazy people on here tonight. I ring people from work and I would …Lots of crazy people on here tonight. I ring people from work and I would say at least 70% have a landline number.




I found myself using landline for outgoing and mobile for incoming. Can't have them conflicting with each other
nougat10 h, 35 m ago

Thats the thing. I don't either. giffgaff PAYG but sometimes buy a …Thats the thing. I don't either. giffgaff PAYG but sometimes buy a goodybag or two in the summer holidays ( I have two at primary school). I'm not disagreeing with you, just curious as to who still uses a landline?



I much prefer using my landline over my mobile. I generally call landline numbers from it too so, I guess, most of the people that I speak to also use landlines.
nougat13 h, 13 m ago

Do people still use landlines?It's not a slur on the deal but I haven't …Do people still use landlines?It's not a slur on the deal but I haven't plugged a landline phone into the BT socket for over 10 years. I have a corded handset in a cupboard in case I have internet issues to check the line. I'm still working out in my head, who needs a home landline phone but not getting very well other than the elderly who fear change even my elderly friends and relatives have a mobile phone of some kind.


Unfortunately when you live out in the sticks(our choice, we chose to move away from the urban ghetto dregs) the mobile signal ain't as good as it is in the crime ridden, polluted, leftist council controlled inner cities hmmmm in fact it's absolutely non existent and the only reason we do actually finally have a mobile signal is because I have spent the last 8 months since we moved up here kicking off weekly, eventually O2 surrendered and gave me one of these


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Still rather use my landline though because everyone knows using mobiles gives you brain cancer
snappyfish15 h, 4 m ago

I work from home, so how about that.


and you don't own a mobile with unlimited calls?




okay.
snappyfish19 h, 27 m ago

You know the range on these?An amazon comment states 100 yards to his …You know the range on these?An amazon comment states 100 yards to his summer house and still works, although 100 yards is a bit of a distance.


Blimey! With a garden that big I bet you'd have a manservant to carry messages so no need to worry about the phone range!!
nougat19 h, 4 m ago

Do people still use landlines?It's not a slur on the deal but I haven't …Do people still use landlines?It's not a slur on the deal but I haven't plugged a landline phone into the BT socket for over 10 years. I have a corded handset in a cupboard in case I have internet issues to check the line. I'm still working out in my head, who needs a home landline phone but not getting very well other than the elderly who fear change even my elderly friends and relatives have a mobile phone of some kind.


What would you suggest using if there is no mobile signal?
We don't all live in the middle of a town!!
nougat18 h, 34 m ago

Thats the thing. I don't either. giffgaff PAYG but sometimes buy a …Thats the thing. I don't either. giffgaff PAYG but sometimes buy a goodybag or two in the summer holidays ( I have two at primary school). I'm not disagreeing with you, just curious as to who still uses a landline?


Millions of people!!
What research have you done to validate such a daft question?
pedant9915 m ago

What would you suggest using if there is no mobile signal?We don't all …What would you suggest using if there is no mobile signal?We don't all live in the middle of a town!!


I understand if you live in a digital desert You have no choice. It was only a question. No need to get upset. I see you posted the comment on your mobile phone though.
pedant9915 m ago

Millions of people!!What research have you done to validate such a daft …Millions of people!!What research have you done to validate such a daft question?


Sorry you lost me there
snappyfish19 h, 55 m ago

I work from home, so how about that.


plus anyone having family abroad and paying silly money for hours of conversations

actually this is last thing to hold me on 'copper' broadband, as my contract has unlimited calls abroad [fair use] and switching to any of the new packages would mean I'll usually get about 300 minutes to call abroad for more than I pay now.

Apps with voice conversations will need another decade or three to become widespread enough amonig eldest
veni_vidi_emere1 h, 17 m ago

plus anyone having family abroad and paying silly money for hours of …plus anyone having family abroad and paying silly money for hours of conversationsactually this is last thing to hold me on 'copper' broadband, as my contract has unlimited calls abroad [fair use] and switching to any of the new packages would mean I'll usually get about 300 minutes to call abroad for more than I pay now.Apps with voice conversations will need another decade or three to become widespread enough amonig eldest


I was surprised to find giffgaff only charge 1p a minute to New Zealand. I haven't checked the other countries they do cheap calls to.
nougat3 h, 42 m ago

I was surprised to find giffgaff only charge 1p a minute to New Zealand. …I was surprised to find giffgaff only charge 1p a minute to New Zealand. I haven't checked the other countries they do cheap calls to.



indeed calling landlines is 1p per minute [few countries checked], mentioned 300 min will cost then £5 abut the same as new International plans. It looks to be more convenient for anyone on new contracts - I pay that for unlimited and usually use 1000 min most of the months.
nougat18th Dec

I understand if you live in a digital desert You have no choice. It was …I understand if you live in a digital desert You have no choice. It was only a question. No need to get upset. I see you posted the comment on your mobile phone though.


Never heard of WiFi?
nougat18th Dec

Sorry you lost me there


I'm not surprised!
pedant995 m ago

Never heard of WiFi?


It's a wireless communication protocol you can set up a hotspot on your mobile phone also. I'm very surprised you haven't heard of it.
pedant995 m ago

I'm not surprised!


Welcome to the Nougat muted list. Goodbye
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