Cordless phones: Compare features & prices BT Freestyle 750 triple review http://www.which.co.uk/technology/phones/reviews/cordless-phones/bt-freestyle-750-triple/review/
The Freestyle 750 triple is a lightweight, cordless, and compatible with hearing aids digital phone from BT. It lacks some of the most advanced features found on other mid-range models such as SIM card reader, but does it deliver great sound quality? We put it through our tests to find out.!h!May update 2013!h!
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No. of handsets
How many handsets come with the phone on test.
Weight of individual handset.
Whether the phone comes with a wall mounting kit.
Type of screen that the phone has: M = monochrome, C = colour, N/A = none.
The phone's liquid crystal display. Matrix displays, similar to those on mobiles, are the best.
You can press a button to call selected numbers.
You can block certain incoming calls - such as international numbers or ones you've specified
Location of ringer
What makes a ringing noise when receiving a call
Whether there is a paging button on the base station to locate misplaced handsets.
Whether the phone has a loudspeaker to speak hands-free on calls.
Whether hands-free operation is possible from both the handset and base station or handset only
How many numbers the phone can store.
Low signal warning
Whether the phone provides an audible or visual warning when bordering the cordless signal coverage area
How the machine alerts you to the presence of new messages.
How the machine provides details (time and date) of any left messages.