When is a cordless phone the perfect fit?
Home phones are a dying breed as cell phones are becoming a standard part of individual’s lives. In the olden days, cell phones were a luxury for the wealthy and a necessity for the very busy. As they became smaller, cheaper, and more powerful, people started discarded older phone technology. Pay phones are relics of an ancient civilization and pagers are in hospitals. LAN lines are the only ones that are still around, but there are only really two situations in post-20th century life in which you will require a LAN line.
The first, and most common, is for businesses. While it seems viable to run a business with a single cell phone, as an enterprise grows, there needs to be a central hub for clients and customers to make inquiries.
The second is for small families. The parents in most families will have cell phones, but it’s difficult to determine when a child is in need of its own phone. In order to make that transition, it’s best to install a central home phone. This LAN line is also a great number to give out to businesses – you’d be surprised how pleasant it is to not have to screen every call on your cell phone.
When looking to purchase a phone for your LAN line, Panasonic cordless phones are an excellent choice for small businesses and households. The Panasonic Cordless Phone KX-TG7645M System, in particular, has all the things you should look for in a cordless phone:
- 1.9GHz – digital frequency that ensures privacy and reduced interference.
- 5 total handsets – extending from one base so you will only have to install the system into one phone jack. The multiple handsets can be placed in your living room, kitchen, and bedrooms. One can even be put in the bathroom.
On top of these excellent features are the basics that you shouldn’t go without if you decide to purchase a different cordless phone. The basics include caller ID, an answering machine, and an intercom. If you ensure that the system you purchase has all these features, you’re sure to enjoy your new LAN line.