Latest review: I bought this for my mother as she is 90, extremely deaf and very easily confused with technology. So far she has found the phone easy to use and when I talk to her she no longer asks me to repeat
Latest review: I purchased this phone for my 98 year old mother living in aged care, and it has really kept her connected with friends and family. She has some issues getting messages because of her mobility and
Latest review: Purchased for an elderly parent who seems to be able to use it easily and hear the person on the other end of the phone. Bit disappointed that the tone adjustment button broke the first time we
Latest review: Good for hard of hearing as several ways to use handset. However the long term reliability poor as earlier Oricom unit had had to be replaced..
Not that easy for unfamiliar users to engage speaker
Latest review: Great for elderly people living on their own. We test it every couple of months and it works every time. Mum has only accidently set it off once in two years and it is easy to cancel and she just
Latest review: It is a great little phone with big clear numbers for older people or ones with sight problems, plus very comfrotbale to hold in your hand, without being big & bulky.
I am trying to buy my 2nd one
Latest review: In December after a lightening strike we have had no dial tone and a significantly reduced ADSL internet service. In addition our phones output screen became unreadable after I pressed buttons
Latest review: Am impressed with the build, sound and call quality.
Scored this phone at $16 each from my local Harvey Norman store, O'Connor.
Purchased 2, one for myself and one for my elderly folks.
Latest review: This is a great phone and is very good value for money. Call quality is excellent and you don't get the interference that is common in cordless phones. As the frequency of this phone is 1.8GHz, it
Latest review: The title says it all. Completely unreliable as there are times when someone calls and the phone rings once then stops and we miss the call, other times when we are making calls, the phone either
Latest review: Oricom not only overcharge for their self described OEM batteries but also overcharge freight. In Australia they charge $9.99 for delivery and claim this is because of Aust Post rules regarding
Latest review: would not go with this model again, and will look carefully at reviews before going with the brand again. As with Stompy, glad we got it on a rewards program and didn't have to pay for it.
Latest review: i found the phone does not, have new call indicator and cant get the phone to work with mesage bank. as in state on its web page. Speakerphone Offers hands-free freedom when making or receiving a
Latest review: This phone was quite expensive as I bought one of the first of its kind. Since my purchase I have seen the price drop substantially, however I would still not recommend this touch senistive keypad
Latest review: bought two weeks ago... its just a toy. buy only If you just want to decorate your living room...
I think they nearly forgot to put speaker in when they were designing.. and when they realise they
Latest review: DO NOT BUY, stick to better known reliable brands, Panasonic etc. the only handset that's working now has to be restarted all the time by removing and reinserting batteries.
really Bad !!!
Latest review: The first Oricom TP150 phone had many, many false alarms, "This is an emergency . . ." Many 'emergency' calls in the middle of the night. The phone was returned to Oricom. They supplied a
Latest review: I have had to return three phones within twelve months. I wanted my money back. Both Oricom and the reseller (Connect hearing) ran for the hills. No one took responsibility and I am left with a phone