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RING RING!! Corded Telephone. £3.79 @ Argos (Reserve online and collect instore)
RING RING!!  Corded Telephone. £3.79 @ Argos  (Reserve online and collect instore)

RING RING!! Corded Telephone. £3.79 @ Argos (Reserve online and collect instore)

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ARE YOU TIRED OF...

* Losing cordless phones down the sofa or outside
* Running out of juice while using them because no-one put them back on the base
* Avoiding health issues as cordless phones bad for you!! (Maybe)

...IF SO GET DOWN TO ARGOS TODAY!

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Original Poster

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Edited by: "luke-kirk" 26th Jan 2011

Original Poster

Ahh Cold I See! you bunch of COLD CALLERS!!! hehe!

We have a cheap wired phone in case we have a powercut and cant use our cordless landline.

Original Poster

INDEED! me too! plus also if can find bloody phone haha!!!!

I might have to get one of these as I'm totally fed up with hunting around the house for the two cordless phones - they're usually wedged down the side of the sofa, under the sofa, in my toddler's toy box or in my teenagers' bedrooms!

I used to have a cheap corded phone in case of a power cut, as everybody has a mobile phone plus I have 2 old ones with pay-as-you-go SIMs (so 6 mobiles in the house) I don't really see the point.

The best way to get teenagers and toddlers to leave your phone alone is to give them their own - teenagers on a contract with unlimited texts and wifi so they can use the web (can't remember the last time my daughter even looked at the home phone, I'm sure she can't hear it when it rings), younger kid (my son's anything with games (snake is still good!).

Also it's good not to have a corded phone so if I have a visitor who believes cordless/mobile phones as bad for their health

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inicholson

I used to have a cheap corded phone in case of a power cut, as everybody … I used to have a cheap corded phone in case of a power cut, as everybody has a mobile phone plus I have 2 old ones with pay-as-you-go SIMs (so 6 mobiles in the house) I don't really see the point. The best way to get teenagers and toddlers to leave your phone alone is to give them their own - teenagers on a contract with unlimited texts and wifi so they can use the web (can't remember the last time my daughter even looked at the home phone, I'm sure she can't hear it when it rings), younger kid (my son's anything with games (snake is still good!).Also it's good not to have a corded phone so if I have a visitor who believes cordless/mobile phones as bad for their health



Huh?!?!?!

luke-kirk

Huh?!?!?!



I think they get visitors wearing tinfoil .....
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