Panasonic KX-TGK320EB Designer Cordless Phone with Answer Machine  £19.99  Argos eBay Store
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Panasonic KX-TGK320EB Designer Cordless Phone with Answer Machine £19.99 Argos eBay Store

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Found 5th JanEdited by:"pavel76"
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The Panasonic KX-TGK320EB simple yet sophisticated design has a minimal style suitable for any interiors. Its built in answering machine has 30 minutes of recording time and speakerphone.

The sleek 'Lay down' style has a unique 2 way direction charging feature and with its combined power and telephone cord provides a neat and tidy appearance.

Telephone information:

  • 120 name and number memories.
  • 40 ringtones.
  • Last number redial.
  • Caller ID.
  • Call log.
  • Call divert.
  • Handsfree facility.
  • Speaker and ringer volume control.
  • Up to 16/ hours talktime/200 hours standby.
  • Up to 100m indoor range/300m outdoor range.
  • Low battery indicator.
  • 2 - Blocks a specific list of numbers and common nuisance call types e. G. International or withheld numbers.
  • Answer machine recording time 30mins.
  • Personalised recording facility.
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Nice one pavel76, looks really cool and a very decent price
I'd buy this if I still used my landline for calls. Heat!
Edited by: "creepyg" 5th Jan
Good price but a pity that they don’t do a triple or quad version.:{
creepyg2 h, 11 m ago

I'd buy this if I still used my landline for calls. Heat!


Landline phones will be history soon... just the line will be used for broadband
jaques_kalis10 m ago

Landline phones will be history soon... just the line will be used for …Landline phones will be history soon... just the line will be used for broadband


Not for everyone as there are plenty of black spots especially in the countryside.
Have not made a landline call in 4 years
Land...line?
Haven't used landlines phone since I left ex work back in 12 years ago. Luckily my new job use mobile. Even those we have landlines. We never use landlines phone.
What is this black box .... a phone... hot as it just looks cool
warlockuk14 m ago

Land...line?


Not a bad idea to keep a basic £5 corded phone (not cordless) to hand as they work even if there is a massive power outage across an entire town.
What about premium rate calls guys?
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Designer Cordless Phone?
Did they used to advertise "Non-designers required for telephones.0 hours per week."?
Does it have band 20?
I would have considered this except for the fact that my current Panasonic cordless phone has built-in obsolescence.
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Im not sure if this really looks cool though. Maybe in 1988. I’m thinking of getting one of those micro phones they have in jail. They look like a wee doll’s phone and are quite cool looking.

Apparently I have 2 delivery choices....

- by drone
- from the back passage........
Edited by: "Whiteside" 6th Jan
Whiteside2 h, 49 m ago

Im not sure if this really looks cool though. Maybe in 1988. I’m thinking o …Im not sure if this really looks cool though. Maybe in 1988. I’m thinking of getting one of those micro phones they have in jail. They look like a wee doll’s phone and are quite cool looking.Apparently I have 2 delivery choices....- by drone- from the back passage........


Brown goods.....
Dogs_Nads5th Jan

Not a bad idea to keep a basic £5 corded phone (not cordless) to hand as …Not a bad idea to keep a basic £5 corded phone (not cordless) to hand as they work even if there is a massive power outage across an entire town.


1) That's a line rental for a thing I'll only use in that edge case - the only people to call me are marketers or the ISP.
2) Who the hell am I going to call if there's an outage? "Oh hey mum, power's out - fancy a chat about sod all?"
Screw that. If there's a massive mast outage and I want to reach out and touch someone I'll go up the road or do any one of a dozen things that doesn't involve inflated line rental.
Oh... also do phones these days still work if there's a power outage? Don't they affect the phone system these days because of infrastructure changes?
warlockuk12 h, 23 m ago

1) That's a line rental for a thing I'll only use in that edge case - the …1) That's a line rental for a thing I'll only use in that edge case - the only people to call me are marketers or the ISP.2) Who the hell am I going to call if there's an outage? "Oh hey mum, power's out - fancy a chat about sod all?"Screw that. If there's a massive mast outage and I want to reach out and touch someone I'll go up the road or do any one of a dozen things that doesn't involve inflated line rental.Oh... also do phones these days still work if there's a power outage? Don't they affect the phone system these days because of infrastructure changes?


Hard lined phones (not ones that rely on a mains connection e.g. cordless) will always work, the exchanges provide the miniscule amount of power necessary through backup diesel gensets. If you've got a line rental anyway, and a lot of people still have an old phone in the loft they're not a bad backup.
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