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Doro Magna 2005 review

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The Doro Magna 2005 is a cordless home phone with a built-in answering machine. It's a fairly basic model but has some specialist features designed to help older users, including an extra-loud ringer. But is this cordless phone easy to use? And do calls sound clear? We tested it to find out.
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