4 Handset ATT DECT 6.0 Expandable Cordless Phone Answering System Now Just $61.98 Shipped From Amazon

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4 Handset AT&T DECT 6.0 Expandable Cordless Phone Answering System With Smart Call Blocker For $69.99 Shipped From Amazon

This was selling for $99.95 before the price started to drop over the past month and is now the lowest price ever from Amazon.

  • Digital Answering system with voice guide records up to 22 minutes
  • HD audio with Equalizer for customized audio
  • Backlit keypad and high-contrast LCD
  • Caller ID records past 50 names and numbers. Move the cordless handset closer to the telephone base
  • Smart call Blocker saves up to 1,000 names and numbers

HT: Davidthebest & jack6941, via DDF

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works with Verizon?


added the 4 year insurance plan for 3.50, since its my 4rth phone in 5 years


3.50? by me it shows 9.99


dan do you have home phone service? and what do you pay?


I’m kind of intrigued by the call blocker features of these new phone systems. Like everyone else, I get too many robo calls and solicitations. I’ve been wondering if I should just cut my landline, but then I fear I’d get friends and family calling me on my cell phone, which I like even less. We currently have a cordless phone that “announces” the calls and we don’t answer the ones we don’t know, but this call blocker feature seems like an even better solution.