Advantages Head set compatible & handsfree
Disadvantages Needs 2 batteries and when these are running down the clarity is reduced
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I use my BT Converse 1200 everyday when working as I work from home and needed a phone I could plug a head set in to. I make full use of the ten number memory feature, where I have stored the numbers for work.
I have the Slate Grey version of the BT Converse, I chose this one because it fits in perfectly with my home office colour scheme. Unlike with others on the review list mine does have a handsfree feature. There is a split button on the phone, one for handsfree and the other for head set; this may have been added as an update, also a redial button which can be very useful and a secrecy button for muting the phone while talking to someone; this is very useful if I am talking to a client and cough or sneeze ha ha.
The hand set itself is very comfortable to use and unlike some phones I have had in the past the wire to the telephone socket is quite long.
There is also a volume control which is very useful for people who I ring who are quietly spoken.
The handbook for the BT Converse is very easy to read and follow.
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