Using a cordless base with 1 to 4 Telo handsets is a great way to go. My Uniden has 5 handsets and I have two Telo handsets. I can make and receive calls on any of the handsets. If my wife or I are on one of the Uniden handsets, the other person can make or receive calls using either of the Telo handsets - or join in the call with another Uniden. I personally like the Uniden handsets better than the Telo which I use only for second calls.pocono1 wrote:I'll agree with southsound. I have the 1560 at home (single phone). The sound is great, wonderful screen and easy to set-up and use.
I just posted a question before I saw this string. Could I use one of these phones with a Telo handset in order to have two phones or if I use one Telo do I need to only use Telos? I have canceled my landline.
VoIP hardware: 2 Telo w/3 handsets & Linx / ooma core
Total Lines: 8 / Numbers: 11 / Handsets: 20
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