BT Diverse 4010 Executive Digital Cordless Phone with additional handset & charger - Dark Blue
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- Auto Redial: yes
- Backlight Illumination: No
- Bluetooth: No
- Built In Camera: no
- Built-In Camera: No
- Built-in Camera: No
- Caller ID: No
- Caller ID Function: No
- Caller ID function: no
- Color display with at least three colors: no
- Colour display: no
- Complete Set/Single: Complete set
- Cordless Feature Approval: no
- Cordless Phone Standard: DECT
- Cordless Technology: DECT
- Design: Cordless Phone
- Display: yes
- Display of Calling Number: No
- Ethernet: No
- Feature: no
- Form: Cordless Phone
- Free Speech: No
- Free Speech Function: No
- H.323 VoIP-Protocol: No
- H.323 VoIP-Protokoll: no
- Hands Free Functionality: No
- IP Phone: No
- ISDN: Yes
- ISDN Port: Yes
- ISDN Terminal Adapter: Yes
- Position of keys: Keys in Base
- Last Number Redial: yes
- Loudspeakers: No
- MMS Functionality: No
- Memory storage capacity (minutes): 99
- Multimedia Messaging Service: no
- Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS): No
- Multipack: 1
- Number of Additional Handsets: 1
- Number of Built In Cameras: no
- Number of Colours In The Display: Monochrome
- Number of Display Colours: Monochrome
- Number of colours in the display: Monochrome
- Number of handsets attachable: 6
- Phonebook Capacity: 99
- Polling: no
- Polyphonic Ringtones: No
- Polyphonic Ringtones/Melodies For Incoming Calls: No
- Polyphonic ringtones/melodies for incoming calls: no
- SIM Reader: No
- SIP-Standard (Session Initiation Protocol): No
- SMS: Yes
- SMS Function: Yes
- Security Device: yes
- Set: Complete Set
- Stored Number Memory Count: 99
- Style of Use: Hands Free
- System: Digital Display
- System Phone: No
- T.A.M. with Telephone: yes
- T.A.M.Cassette: no
- Telephone Type: cordless
- Type: Cordless Phone
- USB: No
- Video Phone: No
- Year of Introduction: 2001
- Year of introduction: 2001
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This British Telecom phone is convenient and full-featured. The Diverse 4010 Trio offers three high performance phones with superb call clarity, long battery life and a speakerphone. It also has a 30 name and number directory, last five numbers redial and an handy 'out of range' alert. The British Telecom Diverse 4010 comes with an easy to read LCD screen, so you can view caller identity information. This British Telecom phone is a breeze to use, with its keypad dialer, enabling you to dial up all the numbers you're calling in mere seconds. As this cordless phone features a robust wireless connection, you can make urgent phone calls without background noise. The on-board speakerphone on the British Telecom Diverse 4010 allows you to let loved ones join conference calls. Figure out who's calling you before deciding to take the call with the support for caller ID included with this British Telecom phone. You can chew the fat for as long as you want to because this cordless phone features a 600-hour battery life. What's more, the realistic DECT digital call quality included with the British Telecom Diverse 4010 enables you to hear each whisper without straining your ears. Features Caller display. Alphanumeric dialling keypad. Call Waiting. Date/clock/alarm. GAP compatible. Menu driven. Calendar. 200 Name and Number Directory. Call Director, simple instructions direct incoming callers to a desired extension at the touch of a button, (for use with up to 6 handsets). LED on handset, alerts you to an incoming call when the line is in use and flashes to tell you when you have had new calls. Hands-free operation. Switchboard compatible. Walk&Talk feature, allows two executive handsets to communicate with each other when out of range of the base station, (range between handsets maximum 300 meters). Voice Recognition. Up to 10 hours talk time and up to 200 hours standby. Music on hold. Adjustable ringer volume. Call barring. Flashing handset light.
The Diverse 4010 SMS not only offers a high performance phone with great call clarity and a long battery life, but also has a speakerphone, 30 names and number directory, last five number redial and an out of range alert. The phone also lets you send text
Top Customer Reviews
It comes with the now expected features, like Caller ID, but there are a couple of novel touches I really liked.
You get two handsets with this model, so I was expecting to have to enter all the numbers I wanted to remember, in both. Not so. You enter the numbers on one phone and you can them send them as a group, or individually to the other phone.
You can also use both handsets independantly of the base station, so they become walkie talkies. Not something you'd use all the time, but a nifty feature all the same.
It also allows you to send/receive text messages. You have to be signed up for Caller ID to get this features, but I wanted Caller ID anyway ( no more calls from double glazing salesmen from now on ). I'll hardly ever use the phone to send text messages, but it's handy knowing I can send a quick text if I misplace my mobile, or it runs out of credit.
In use, the phone is very similar to a mobile ( it's built by Siemens, who make mobiles, so that's understandable ), even down to having melodies for the handset, instead of the bog standard ringing. The features are all menu driven, so anyone with a mobile phone with find it really easy to use the phone.
Overall, apart from a couple of minor niggles ( the keys feel a little too 'rubbery' for my liking ) it's a cracking phone. All calls are crystal clear and the range is more than enough to move around my house and garden, without losing the conversation.
I'd recommend this phone to anyone who is looking for a DECT phone, especially if they're text fiends.
The rubbery keys are an ergonomic nightmare, sometimes not responding to the heaviest of pushes, and the phone's convoluted interface has a real job keeping up. You don't breeze through its options, more trudge through them, cursing each step of the way. Additionally, many of the phone's neater features are buried deep down, and as the menuing system is as intuitive as the cockpit of an F-18, you end up forgetting how to find them and then simply not using them.
This is my second DECT phone and I've not yet found a product that meets the high standards set by mobile phone manufacturers. And I'm in a state of wonderment as to why the likes of Nokia or Siemens stay clear from the DECT market -- is there something we don't know? Without doubt, they'd sweep aside second-rate products like the Diverse 4010 in an instant, and we'd all have decent mobile phones at home as well as on the move.
If you're a Nokia lover, or just into your gadgets, the hopelessly backward interface, slow response times and squishy, zero-feedback keys, will make the veins stand proud of your forehead each time you come to use the Diverse. My advice is to shop around and try a range of other products before making your decision. You will, I promise, be seriously disappointed if you don't. These ain't mobile phones for the home, they're regular phones without wires -- stuck in a technological and ergonomic timewarp, and without any sign of catching up.