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    Does anyone have a Panasonic KXTG8322 DECT phones set (landline) and want an additional handset free?

    We have replaced our landline telephones, previously having Panasonic KXTG8322.

    It was a base unit with handset and an additional charging unit with handset.

    We replaced them as in our new house the range was very poor - I think that the base developed a fault as only within 5 metres or less of the base unit would it be a decent enough signal for both people on each end of the phone to hear one another.

    Anyhow, it seems a shame to chuck the working phones away and I don't want to ebay them in case it turns out that they were faulty and that it was not the base (unlikely both phones developing the same fault, and at the same time, IMO, it's pretty much got to be either the base unit or the mega solid walls we have).

    Use the parcel2go free £10 parcel delivery (code LABELFREE or FIRSTFREE) and get it delivered free.
    So I'll box up the two handsets and one charging unit to you so you can add them to your existing Panasonic set up.
    If you organise the freebie courier and email me the packaging sheet I'll then print it off, package it all up etc and I'll make sure someone is in for collection.

    If more than one person is interested it's not first come first served, I'm allowed to choose who they go to. I'm not keen on posting to a newbie who signs up just for the freebie.

    Due to the suspected base unit problem I think it should go to someone who has an existing base unit compatible with the working handsets so it's just plug and play!

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    Hi, trying to pm you but don't know how to, can I do it from ipad!

    Hi, am very interested in this please to go with my set up :-)

    Ill put my name in the hat then please too

    Being as they are dect you should be able to use your old handsets on the new base unit.

    Argoj

    Being as they are dect you should be able to use your old handsets on the … Being as they are dect you should be able to use your old handsets on the new base unit.



    This - Just register them with the new base unit. (Of course, if you just want rid then put me in the hat as well please - I find the panasonics to have excellent sound quality)
    Edited by: "mas99" 23rd Jul 2014
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