This picture shows one table top phone and 4 cordless phones but the description states only 3 cordless phones, which is correct?
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This Panasonic corded base and wireless handset phone features the latest DECT 6.0 technology. This digital phone comes in a set of three handsets in a stylish and ergonomic design.
ITEM#: 13673502This Panasonic corded base and wireless handset phone features the latest DECT 6.0 technology. This digital phone comes in a set of three handsets in a stylish and ergonomic design.
- Connectivity: Wireless and corded
- Frequency; 1.9 GHz
- System: DECT 6.0
- Shipment battery: Ni-MH (AAA x 2)
- Battery life (Talk): 12 hours
- Battery life (Standby): 6 days
- Handset: 1.4 inch; 103 x 65 pixels; 3-line
- Base: 1.9 inch; 103 x 65 pixels; 3-line
- LCD backlit color: White
- Backlit keypad: Yes
- Hold/soft key: Yes (Handset and Base)/Yes
- Headset jack: Yes
- Ringer pattern (tone, melody): 15 (5 + 10)
- Night mode: Yes
- Locator/intercom key(Base): Yes
- Redial memory: 10-history (Name and No.)
- Mute/flash buttons: Yes (Soft Key)/Yes
- Intercom (handset to handset/handset to base): Yes/Yes
- Conference call: Up to 3-way
- Language display: 2-English/Spanish
- Caller ID compatible: Yes
- Caller ID memory: 50 items
- Phonebook memory: 100 items (16 char/24 digits)
- Phonebook copy: Yes (Base-Handset Only)
- Ringer ID: Yes (9-Category Ringer)
- Voice mail: Yes
- Answering machine: Digital
- Recording time (ICM+OGM): About 40 min. (Incoming Message + Greeting Message + Memo)
- Answering machine volume: Off + 8-step (base unit speaker)
- Tollsaver: Yes
- Call screening: Base and Handset
- Remote operation/turn on: Yes
- Dimensions: 5 inches high x 8.5 inches wide x 6.1 inches deep
- Model: AKXTG9391TK2
- Kit includes: One (1) Panasonic KX-TG9391T Panasonic Phone, three (3) Panasonic KXTGA939B handsets for KXTG9391B
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Hello ps1220, I'm sorry this just comes with the 3 cordless phones and the table top phone. Thank you for shopping with us!
does it have speaker phone?
There is a speakerphone on handsets.
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