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Telstra 7300

Telstra 7300

Single and Twin
4.0 from 3 reviews

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Good reliable phone.

After several years of operation where we used 1 set of 3 phones at work and 1 set of 3 phones at home I can say this has been a reliable product, of course leaving out the occaisional battery replacements but at least they were aaa rechargables and available at lots of places.

Yes a menu system thats not perfect but at least workable.

Now having moved to Sydney I feel confident that the digital gives good range around the unit, reasonable quality and of course with the extra handsets and base we will be set for a few years to come.

the safest phone on the market because anti bugging technology features 99.9% accuracy

digital clarity written on the phone is not just for looks. u never get interference, great range. looks clean cut. easy to use touch pad big command buttons for phone book, calls, redial, speaker and the hold feature on the star key plays music. the phone features sms compatibility. this is a single line use phone so that means no one can pick up the other phone and listen to your calls. this phone is big on security with anti bugging technology.


A disappointment. This phone has a bit to recommend it, let down by some pretty major annoyances. It is now about 2 years old and is in as new condition but I am about to replace it because it irritates me so often. (and I hate waste, so it bothers me to replace a phone that isn't faulty, just crappy.)
I have the 7300a+1 - includes answer machine and extra handset. Good features. Buttons are clear and well separated. Clear sound.
Menu system is illogical and complicated. Simple, often used functions require lots of button pushing.
Loses time and date if power goes off - why?, the handsets still have batteries in them so they should keep the time and date.
When you hang up a call, you have to wait a few seconds before starting a new call, If you dial too soon it doesn't get the first few digits, so it tries to call half a phone number.

Answer machine - it is easy to accidentally delete a message you haven't heard yet, and you can't get it back. (you listen to a message, you press delete to clear it, but if you take half a second too long, it has started playing the next message so you delete it instead.)

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