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The slimline Veva 1720 has an integrated answering machine and phone book, and the base station docks a second wireless handset. But the phone lacks some of the features you'd find on pricier models in more advanced cordless phone ranges. We sent this Binatone to the lab to see how it compares with more advanced cordless phones in everyday use.!h!May update 2013!h!
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Binatone Veva 1720

  • Launch date: Jul 2011
  • Type: Answering machine
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