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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Great phone that works perfectly! Excellent sound, range, features. Bought for the link to mobile setting and it is absolute genius!
By B.D. on 26/04/2017
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Very nice bit of kit. good sound, stylish. Loads of configurations. (Fairly easy to programme for an oldie)
By Old Moonraker on 18/05/2018
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
A relative of mine who lives in the USA had a model similar to this when we visited a few years ago and I thought that the Link to Mobile (or "Link to Cell" as it's called over there) was a marvellous idea. But trying to find a version in the UK proved fruitless until now. Our old Panasonic phones of 10 years finally needed replacing and discovered this on the ligo site straight away and thought this is the phone for me and ordered promptly. I hadn't come across ligo before but would recommend after this experience: prompt delivery and courteous and helpful staff (thank you!).nnI am delighted with my new phones - the sound quality is noticeably better than the set it was replacing and the Link to Mobile feature works splendidly! Highly recommend!
By PJ on 25/04/2017
Seems ridiculous that we have unlimited minutes on our mobile and then have to pay for unlimited on our land line too. Still have to pay line rental but since parents are on pay as you go and make use of unlimited BT this is an excellent solution. Incoming calls can still be recieved to our landline while all outgoing made over mobile. And given that smartphones spend half their life on charge anyway... Great find!
By Peter on 08/05/2017
Bought this Panasonic from ligo after I had to send back the BT Halo I ordered off amazon, which turned to our to be a complete piece of utter s&*t!! Terrible sound and awful build (despite looking very stylish). This Panasonic 260 is a far superior model and the link to mobile feature (which is what I was most interested in) works perfectly. Highly recommend and won't be buying BT again anytime soon!
By David B. on 24/05/2017
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Bought these to replace a knackered old set of BT phones and the difference is unbelievable!nnGood points- plenty of options to fiddle around though one of the main ones is being able to connect it to our smartphone, which is great cause our signal is always dropping out and this works brilliantly. The handsets very comfortable to hold for long conversations and it'll stand up alright on a flat surface for using the loudspeaker. Sound on calls is excellent.nnBad points- navigation through the menus is a bit on the slow side but not slow enough that you wouldn't be able to live with it. nnAll in all a great set of phones - would highly recommend!n
By J.D. Baxter on 09/05/2017
We originally ordered a triple set of BT phones from ligo that turned out to be absolutely terrible - 2 of the handsets wouldn't turn on and the one that did had crackling sound. They were utter garbage!! Ligo were excellent to deal with and offered us advice on a suitable replacement. We opted for this Panasonic model cause quite liked the idea of being able to link our mobile (signal isn't always great in our house - we're out in the sticks). And after reading through some of the reviews and speaking to the staff at ligo our mind was made up. They were miles and miles better than the BT ones that were sent back. Simple case of taking them out the box and plugging them in. Setting up the link to mobile feature was incredibly easy and not sure what other people's problem with the instruction booklet it - might not be the nicest in terms of presentation but it explains everything clearly enough. Sound quality is excellent on all the handsets. And nice look and feel to the set as well. Very happy and would recommend ligo as well - would use them again!
By Rnj on 18/05/2017
Some of the user reviews rather shook the confidence that the Which? report had given me. I need not have worried. Overall it was a good buy but surprisingly old-fashioned in some respects, and slow.
Ans m/c works well and clearly
Good amplification on 'loudspeaker'.
Both phones synchronise new info fed into one of them.
Gigantic addr book memory - main reason for purchase - never need worry about capacity again.
Data transfer from mobile to cordless did not work. Panasonic said Samsung (Android) incompatible, which has to be wrong. Samsung said Panasonic problem. Ligo (Hazel) did super job in trying to sort out the mess and might have come up with a solution, but by then I'd entered them manually (a real pain!)
Fiddly operating procedures - eg to call a number from address book, press 'address book', 'find name', enter search criterion, select target, dial. My old iDect which this replaces required 'addr book', select, dial.
Primitive graphics - 'computer' numbers from the 1980s.
Slow to respond to any command.
Entering numbers into the addr book is cumbersome and slow. (Eg wait 4 secs between entering one letter and the next if on the same button.)
I would have preferred a really strident ringtone option that I could hear from anywhere in the house. It's not bad, but it's not perfect either.
By Eeyore on 10/12/2017
Had Panasonic phones for years, Recently the charger on the extension failed and I thought it was time to get a later version. My fault for not checking, but the old phones had talking caller ID which we found invaluable. These don't. Having said that the phones work as described, I didn't have too much trouble importing my google phone book via android's Bluetooth(but see my note), and the link to mobile is useful. Build quality and sound also not quite as good as the previous phones, but don't misunderstand, the phones do the job they are designed for.
Note. Before importing an address book via Bluetooth read the instructions to see how international numbers will be handled, there is a setting to automatically convert +44 numbers to 0 (no need for the prefix when in the UK!!) I didn't find this until too late, so had to edit some numbers manually.
By John, cheltenham on 12/01/2018