Transfer Your Cellphone Contacts Via Bluetooth to the Panasonic KX-TG9382T



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Yes, I’m one of those people who still have a landline – it is VOIP if that makes me sound any better. So it really annoys me to no end when I have to go to my cellphone for a number because my landline doesn’t have it in its contacts log – obviously. But my problems could be solved with the Panasonic KX-TG9382T which is the first-ever landline telephone that lets users transfer their cell phone contacts to o the KX-TG9382T via Bluetooth. All your contacts will be at your fingertips without having to shuffle through all your devices for a number.  “To transfer a cell phone address book of up to 600 entries, simply select the “Phonebook Transfer” option from the KX-TG9382T’s menu screen, and then follow the instructions for phonebook transfer onto a Bluetooth-enabled cell phone. The KX-TG9382T’s menu screen displays each entry as it quickly and automatically transfers each phonebook entry in alphabetical order, allowing users to track progress. “  Another nice feature is that it can be paired with any Bluetooth enabled headset so you can wander aimlessly and still be connected. It’s perfect for home businesses since it is a two line phone with an answering machine and conferencing capabilities. The Panasonic KX-TG9381T will retail for $169.95 and if you want to expand it – it will cost you an additional $79 for each handset. It should be popping up at Amazon Transfer Your Cellphone Contacts Via Bluetooth to the Panasonic KX TG9382T later this month. Not bad Panasonic, you may have just given the landline a new lease on life.

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  • Dr.Tek

    This sounds like a great product. However, Panasonic never really hits anything out of the ballpark. I see the unit is missing its trademarked Talking Caller ID. what were they thinking. Now instead of a great product, it’s only a good product.

  • Dr.Tek

    This sounds like a great product. However, Panasonic never really hits anything out of the ballpark. I see the unit is missing its trademarked Talking Caller ID. what were they thinking. Now instead of a great product, it’s only a good product.

  • Dr.Tek

    This sounds like a great product. However, Panasonic never really hits anything out of the ballpark. I see the unit is missing its trademarked Talking Caller ID. what were they thinking. Now instead of a great product, it’s only a good product.

  • Gus

    I think the reason it is missing the Talking Caller ID is because it is a two line phone. I think they felt a two line phone would not work well with the Talking Caller ID feature. If you were on the phone on line 1 for example and line 2 rang then the person you are on the phone with would not only hear that the other line is ringing but they would also hear your talking caller id…this could be a potential privacy issue for some.

    The feature I most want is a phone with both Talking Caller ID and phone book transfer capability from pc or cell phone. If they could just do that with a single line DECT 6.0 expandable system it would be a great product.

    Siemens makes great DECT 6.0 phones with phone book transfer capability but they don’t have one with Talking Caller ID. Bummer.

  • Gus

    I think the reason it is missing the Talking Caller ID is because it is a two line phone. I think they felt a two line phone would not work well with the Talking Caller ID feature. If you were on the phone on line 1 for example and line 2 rang then the person you are on the phone with would not only hear that the other line is ringing but they would also hear your talking caller id…this could be a potential privacy issue for some.

    The feature I most want is a phone with both Talking Caller ID and phone book transfer capability from pc or cell phone. If they could just do that with a single line DECT 6.0 expandable system it would be a great product.

    Siemens makes great DECT 6.0 phones with phone book transfer capability but they don’t have one with Talking Caller ID. Bummer.

  • Gus

    I think the reason it is missing the Talking Caller ID is because it is a two line phone. I think they felt a two line phone would not work well with the Talking Caller ID feature. If you were on the phone on line 1 for example and line 2 rang then the person you are on the phone with would not only hear that the other line is ringing but they would also hear your talking caller id…this could be a potential privacy issue for some.

    The feature I most want is a phone with both Talking Caller ID and phone book transfer capability from pc or cell phone. If they could just do that with a single line DECT 6.0 expandable system it would be a great product.

    Siemens makes great DECT 6.0 phones with phone book transfer capability but they don’t have one with Talking Caller ID. Bummer.