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Landline phone buying guide
Nowadays, with the constant evolution of technology as well as the advent of the Internet and smartphones, we often tend to believe that the landline is a thing of the past. Think again, because it is not! This device for communicating at a distance is still useful in everyone's daily life. Corded or wireless model, audio and microphone quality, with or without answering machine? Many criteria must be taken into account to set up a credible comparison and thus define the landline that meets your expectations.
About the landline
The first telephone for long distance voice transmission through the traditional telephone line began in 1876. Its history is the subject of controversy, with some claim that the invention of the first communications device is attributed to Elisha Gray. According to others, it was designed by Alexander Graham Bell, the founder of the Beautiful Telephone Company, and was baptized " vibraphone ". Improvements have been made over time, including the appearance of the following models (non-exhaustive list):
- Le Mildé in 1892
- The SIT in 1904
- Type 10 in 1905
- Le Marty in 1910
- PTT24 in 1922
- The Marty with a bakelite dial in 1941
- The toad telephone in 1950
- The button model in the 1980s
- The digital cordless telephone " DECT " in the 1990s
Today, this communication device comes in two categories:
- Landline with voice frequencies
- Landline impulse
The advantages of the traditional telephone
Corded and cordless phones are less used these days since the advent of cell phones. However, this communication device is still essential in everyday life, knowing that the majority of French households have at least one handset. The DECT telephone has many advantages:
- No problem with phone lines recorded to date thanks to the wired system, unlike the mobile network (e.g. the bug encountered by the incumbent operator Orange on July 6, 2012, which created the dissatisfaction of millions of customers)
- Wider coverage compared to that of mobile telephone operators according to ARCEP (Regulatory Authority for Electronic Communications and Posts)
- Better sound quality thanks to the stability of the base of the device
- Impossible hackingunlike mobile phones
- Interesting subscriptions, with fixed telephony offers that adapt to the gradual transition of the network RTC (Switched Telephone Network) to the service VoIP (voice over IP)
- Attractive offers suppliers such as the " triple play "which seduced several million French people
How to choose your landline?
There are many parameters to consider in determining the best classic phone for your needs.
Corded or cordless phone?
For a large family, it is recommended that you opt for analog or digital cordless phones. Indeed, there are models that can accommodate up to 6 telephone handsets of different brands, with the possibility of synchronizing the directory. Thus, it is possible to make or answer calls via any handset connected to the base station. In addition, there are cordless phones compatible with SMS and can save up to 500 contacts. However, it is crucial to favor models with rechargeable batteries and offering a range of up to 200 hours standby and 12 hours talk time.
The corded telephone is ideal for seniors. In fact, the fixed telephone line makes it possible to take advantage ofbetter audio quality. There are even models with large keys that make entering numbers easier. If you (or a loved one) have vision problems, choose a digital telephone with a screen with large characters. The same is true for those who suffer from hearing problems. To call with peace of mind, turn to landlines equipped with a voice amplification system or compatible with hearing aids.
This criterion is paramount because it is important to hear clearly what the person on the other end of the phone is saying. As stated previously, for the hearing impaired, it is possible to connect hearing aids to some models.
The quality of the microphone
Like sound quality, microphone quality is also important so that the other party can clearly hear what you are saying.
Nowadays, the possibilities are endless when it comes to finishes: bright colors, ultramodern or retro design, compact, etc. It's easy to find the landline phone that blends in perfectly with your interior design. The vintage model, but just as powerful, is aimed mainly at the nostalgic. Indeed, the retro landline telephone has experienced growing success in recent years.
With or without answering machine?
The choice depends on your preferences. If you prefer a landline telephone with an answering machine, choose models offering up to 30 minutes of recording.
Dernière mise à jour : 2020-09-15 02:34:55