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Oricom Corded Home Telephone

Technological innovations and the accessibility of mobile technology has made mobile phones ordinary items that everyone has. However, corded home telephones do have some advantages. Voice quality of corded telephones is better and thus this might be a better option for you if you have a noisy household, spend a great deal of time on the phone or suffer from hearing loss. Many security systems also rely on corded home telephones. Moreover, corded phones can also work during power outage. Oricom offers several home telephone models with ergonomically designed handsets, hands-free speakerphones, amplified earpieces and tactile keypads.

TP4 and TP5

The TP4 and TP5 Trimline corded phones are the smallest in the Oricom range. These are practical wall or desk phones, providing simple functions like last number redial, voice mute and adjustable ringer volume. The TP5 also features a visual ring indicator and is thus great for people with impaired hearing, as a red light starts flashing to indicate an incoming call. The TP5 is compatible with hearing aids in the T setting.

Big Button Phones

Big buttons facilitate dialing and are especially beneficial for people with impaired vision. The TP58 features oversized high contrast buttons and a large handset that is comfortable to grip. You could also take your calls hands-free by using the speakerphone. The Care100 is another Oricom home phone with big buttons. This model is also suitable for people who are hard of hearing, as it comes with an extra loud ringer and is compatible with hearing aids.

Care170 with Emergency Call Function

The Oricom Care 170 speakerphone features an emergency call function. The phone user wears a special remote pendant and presses the button in case of any danger, such as falling down, and the phone shall send a pre-recorded message to chosen contacts. Thus, this is a perfect phone for people with poor mobility: the elderly or people with special needs. Users can also take the calls hands-free by pressing the speakerphone button on the pendant and then making use of the speaker. Before taking the call, the talking caller ID loudly announces the caller's number or name, so it is easy to identify the caller before answering. The Care170 also features a talking keypad that announces the numbers as you press them.

Care80 with Picture Dialing

The Care80 is a perfect phone for the elderly. The large contrast keypad makes dialing numbers easy even in low light conditions, while you could even program the picture memory buttons for an even easier dialing. You need to save a phone number to one of the buttons and then place a photograph of the person whose number it is underneath the protective cover. If you want to call that person, simply press on the photo. Extra loud ringer, amplified receiver and bright visual ring indicator make the phone even more convenient.

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