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Uniden Corded Home Telephones

Corded home telephones offer the perfect way to stay connected to friends and family whilst at home. Uniden has been making telecommunication devices since the 1960s and was once the biggest manufacturer of cordless phones in the world. When you buy a Uniden home telephone, you are investing in years of experience and innovation.

Features

Think about the features you would like your device to have. Wall-mountable Uniden corded telephones allow you to install your phone onto a wall so you don't need a table or other surface to set it down on. Moreover, hands-free home telephones you talk on the phone without having to hold the receiver to your ear, while caller ID lets you know who's calling, meaning you can ignore scam calls with ease. Also, having a telephone with an answering machine is very important if you are likely to be out of the house a lot.

Range

Uniden produces many different models of corded home telephones. So be sure to compare the price and features of each device before making your final decision. Certain ones have multiple features, while basic ones tend to be less expensive but with fewer features.

Home Telephones

One of the main benefits of having a home telephone is that they are wired straight to the network provider; therefore, the connection is far better and clearer than that of a mobile phone and is less likely to cut out mid-call. Often, providers offer great deals, such as free evening/weekend calls, so using home telephones can be cheaper than mobiles if you are making frequent lengthy calls.

Office Solutions

Many newer Uniden corded telephones come with built-in Wi-Fi compatibility and Bluetooth. The latter lets you use your telephone hands-free with a Bluetooth enabled device, such as an earpiece. Being Wi-Fi network friendly means the phone will not interfere with any other wireless networks around the office and allows the telephones to connect to each other far easier.

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