The neat design will help it slot into most surroundings with ease, while talk time of up to seven hours and standby time up to 100 hours means you’ll be able to put the world to rights several times a day.
Like the pricier models listed above, the Veva 1700 also offers 50m indoor range and 300m outdoors.
You can block nuisance callers by adding their numbers to a blacklist too, and silence calls from withheld or anonymous numbers.
Vo IP means you can use it to make calls over the internet, as well as landline, and the 50m indoor range and 300m outdoor range means you should always have a great connection. Philips M6 Luceo: £79.95, John Lewis If you think this model looks outrageous, just wait until you see the Idect home phone further down the page.
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It looks great and offers an impressive array of features, yet costs less than half of what you’d pay for most of the other handsets on the list.Understandably, storage isn’t quite as generous, with the C530A promising space for up to 200 contacts and 30 minutes of voice message recordings.It’s the advanced features, including anonymous call silencing, HSP technology for clearer calls and the day/night switch that make it really stand out. Gigaset S850A GO: £69.99, Ligo This German firm features heavily in this round-up, and for good reason.Though it’s available in white, black and wooden versions, you’d do well to blend it in with the rest of your furnishings.It’s not just eye-catching design up its sleeve either.