Panasonic Cordless Phone Solves 'Voicemail Wading' Issue
For those cordless phone users who wish their home handsets offered the same cool feature they have on their smartphones – that is, the ability to go right to the voicemail they really want to hear rather than having to listen serially to every message in the stack to get there – Panasonic has just introduced the KX-TG7532B, one of its new 7500 series of cordless phones.
Panasonic calls the cherry-picking feature Choice Mail, and it’s on the 7532, along with a host of other conveniences that are shared by the entire series. Among them are a 2.1-inch backlit LCD display that shows Caller ID data for up to five messages at once, and up to four-way conference capability if the phone system is purchased in bundles. Suggested retail prices range from $69.95 to $129.95, depending on number of handsets in the grouping.
The phone uses DECT 6.0 Plus technology, which improves sound quality, extends operational range and increase error-correction rate by 80 times versus previous DECT 6.0 models, says Panasonic. It also features extended battery life and Intelligent Eco Mode, which automatically lowers power consumption of the handset when it is being used near the base station, boosting the continuous talk time to 13 hours from 11 hours, when Intelligent Eco Mode is not in use.