Stationary Wireless Phones


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White and black, White, Black

Hands-free function

Phone book number


LCD display / size

Caller identification

Number of rings tones

Display with backlight

Backlit keyboard

Two-button memory

Direct memory

Memory for incoming numbers

Memory for outgoing numbers

Repeating the last number

Call time

Volume control of the ringing tone

Light signalling of a bell

Connection suspension


Flash time (ms)

Microphone mute

Hearing aid compatibility



Wireless landline phones for seniors
Nowadays, more and more elderly people cannot imagine life without a telephone, and they willingly use this device in the comfort of their home to contact their loved ones. Which landline phone will be the best for seniors and what should you pay attention to when choosing a specific model?

A wireless landline phone for seniors should primarily have large buttons, preferably brightly backlit. Another important element is a readable screen where all numbers and letters are visible. It is good if the interface in a telephone for seniors is intuitive and easy to use. There should be no additional decorations or elements on the display that could distract or interfere with the use of the device. A telephone for seniors may also be equipped with a contoured handset that prevents it from slipping out of the hand. Battery life after disconnection from the base is also an extremely important issue.

Wireless telephone for seniors – what functions should it have?
When choosing a landline phone for a senior, it is also worth paying attention to whether it has an appropriate system enabling emergency calls. Dedicated software allows you to notify the appropriate services and your closest family or friends about a possible danger (by pressing one button). Very practical functions are also the identification of the incoming number, remembering the last dialed numbers and the hands-free function.