Simply plug the Dual-mode Cordless Phone Station into your Internet router (Ethernet port) to enjoy making Skype calls. In addition, you can plug the base station into your phone line (PSTN) wall jack to make land line calls-from the same cordless phone. Up to 3 additional phones can be added-so you can replace your current cordless phones throughout your home with NETGEAR's Dual-mode Cordless Phone with Skype.
I bought this several years ago as way to keep in touch with my grandma abroad without the cost of long distance calls. Read morePublished 20 months ago by I. Eder
This phone is cheaply constructed junk. It's big, blocky, and the menus move really slowly. It's riddled with usability problems. Read morePublished on 27 Aug. 2011 by S. Day
This was just waste of money. adaptor failed with in a month of buying and netgear support is one of the worst I have seen.Published on 25 Oct. 2010 by Saur
all simple to set up.I am an internet idiot and I managed in with in 10 mins.
Issues that I have are if you have a skype landline number you do not get full caller ID coming... Read more
I've spent money on VOIP phones and with VISTA bugging with them all the time decided to buy the Netgear. Plug in and use it - how easy? Read morePublished on 14 Nov. 2008 by Mr. Mark S. Sullivan
I had to send this back after a year. Too many people kept asking me if I had a problem with my phone as the quality was appaling. Read morePublished on 27 Oct. 2008 by A. Melvin
This phone works a treat for outbound and inbound skype calls. This phone saves me 75 quid a month on international calls. Read morePublished on 27 Jun. 2008 by Steve
had this for about 6 months now.
no problems to report of. only thing is the speaker is very weak.
as we use the speaker function quite a bit.
Unfortunately, although the SPH200D does a lot of things right, it is lacking in some basic functionality which, if you've used a phone in the last decade or more, you really will... Read morePublished on 16 April 2008 by Moog