A neat new home phone system that comes with integrated Bluetooth technology will be launched in Australia next week by Uniden. The device allows calls to and from paired mobile phones to be taken via a cordless home without any signal loss.
The new technology means handset selection is no longer dictated by whether the call is transmitted through a mobile or landline network.
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The new phone eliminates missed mobile calls it also eliminates having to carry a mobile at home.
By pairing this phone to the XDECT R Dual Mode Bluetooth Phone, a mobile phone call can be picked up on any cordless handset located throughout the home.
The new phone also eliminates mobile phone dead spots that occur in some homes. Utilising in-built repeater stations in the base of each cordless handset as well as a diversity and high gain antenna system, the XDECT R system delivers unprecedented talking range and coverage. Once a mobile phone is paired with the Uniden system, incoming mobile calls can achieve the same performance as those connected to the landline, said Uniden.
The XDECT R Dual Mode Bluetooth Cordless Phone can be connected to up to two mobile phones at a time. It also has an integrated digital answering machine, advanced bright backlit blue LCD and Caller ID display and remote access as well as a do not disturb function to provide greater control over incoming calls.
“We understand that the mobile phone is an integral part of today’s modern lifestyles, with many Australian households and businesses listing a mobile as their primary contact number. It isn’t realistic to expect that when people come home, they check these devices in at the door,” said Uniden National Marketing Manager, Mark Willis.