Amstrad Emailer 1000

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... So missing my Email desperately I invested less than £25 at Sainsbury’s for an Amstrad Emailer phone (luckily (or unluckily) we actually needed a new phone. I could hardly believe the price when I saw it and had to retake and check the little shelf label to confirm. I recall seeing them in ... Read review

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Community Level 7dabmim

dabmim

EMAIL FROM YOUR PHONE

AdvantagesEmail, easy to use phone book, answer phone

Disadvantagessee reveiw

"...£25 at Sainsbury’s for an Amstrad Emailer phone (luckily (or unluckily) we actually needed a new phone. I could hardly believe the price when I saw it and had to retake and check the little shelf label to confirm. I recall seeing them in Dixon’s last year for around £50 and thought that was a bargain at the time – so half that price is practically giving it away! As you might suspect with a phone that claims to do so much it is slightly larger ..." Read review
02.02.2004

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Community Level 5broksababe

broksababe

GO GET ONE TODAY

AdvantagesLots of cool features for gadget lovers!

Disadvantagesnone

"I have just an amstrad emailer, an early christmas pressie actually and it really is excellent. The phone itself, has tons of features, it stores up to 700 telephone numbers in its on screen address book, this is useful for easy dialing direct, and for each person you can add, home number,home address, office, email and mobile. You simply select address book from its very own little keyboard, highlight the name and press home , office etc and ..." Read review
20.12.2000

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Community Level 1mysterious...

mysteriousplace123

Now we know why Sir Alan is a millionaire

AdvantagesClear display, answering machine, fax capabilities

Disadvantages17p a day charge, bad sound quality, overall rubbishness

"...more than others. The trick Amstrad have implemented here is to make it seem that the option is able to be removed and you can stop the polling...however the option has NO effect what-so-ever and the only thing to do seems to be to unplug the phone, and smash it into a near-by wall. Repeatidly. Hard. The little "PDA" seems to be the only good thing about it On a purely unbiased view, the phone has some interesting features. Big LCD clock, handsfree ..." Read review
13.09.2006

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Amstrad Emailer - Wiser option invest in a PC

Advantageslarge Caller display sceen, access to email

DisadvantagesCalls premium numbers on auto to check for email

"I purchased an Amstrad emailer around summer 2005, and at first was excited about my new phone/email receiver as I had no PC to access my emails and thought this would be the perfect solution. A few months down the line after I had the chance to trial this phone believe me when I say it has been througholy ripped out of the phone socket and replace with a bog standard BT phone. The reason the amstrad emailer and myself fell out was down to theses ..." Read review
02.02.2006

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Community Level 1peterleath...

peterleatherland

Its a con keep away!

Advantageslots of features

DisadvantagesHIDDEN CHARGES

"I recently got an amstrad emailer, I bought it from an auction so didn't read the small print on the box. Yes its packed with features and is a very good phone in that respect. BUT it calls premium numbers automatically every day! It checks to see if you have any emails by ringing a number which costs 17p, (that comes to £62 a year) you cannot disable this feature even if you don't use the email (I never intended to in the first place). If you block ..." Read review
12.07.2005

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Product details

EAN 5013065008336, 5013065008367, 5013065008251
Manufacturer Amstrad
ISDN Port with ISDN Technology
Backlight Illumination No
Video Phone No
USB NO USB
Display of Calling Number with Caller ID
Type Corded Phone with Answering Machine
Built-in Camera No
System Phone No
Number of Display Colours Monochrome
Hands Free Functionality without Hands Free
Polyphonic Ringtones without Polyphonic Ringtones
Loudspeakers without Loudspeakers
SMS Function with SMS Function
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Recording System Digital Announcement and Recording
IP Phone No
H.323 VoIP-Protocol No
SIP-Standard (Session Initiation Protocol) No
MMS Functionality No
Ethernet No
Bluetooth No
SIM Reader No
Low Radiation No

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