Cordless Phone Reviews and Ratings

Cordless Phones Without Answering Machines

Cordless phones without answering machines have become top sellers in recent years. Consumers are switching in droves to voice mail and simply don't need answering machines. As a bonus they're also cheaper and there is less to go wrong.

Cordless Home Phone - No Answering Machine

Cordless Phone without Answering Machine

The top selling cordless phone without answering machine is the Panasonic KX-TG6513B. It's an expandable DECT 6.0 phone at a competitive price. Ideal for consumers looking for quality without unnecesary bells and whistles.

Large displays and big well spaced buttons make these phones a pleasure to use even under subdued lighting conditions.

Call blocking is a feature that many of us consider essential and the KX-TG6512M makes it easy to add numbers to a blocking list. Once added calls from those numbers are greeted with an engaged signal.

Cordless phone range is seldom a problem with DECT 6.0 phones in most homes, but if it is a range extender can be added. They are simply plugged into a power outlet and ready to use in minutes.

As with all Panasonic phones the KX-TG6512B can be used with both fixed line and internet phone services.

There is a gap in the market. At the time of writing we couldn't find a Bluetooth cordless phone without answering machine.

Two Line Cordless Phones - No Answering Machine

Uniden got there first with the DECT4066A and sold truck loads of them until Panasonic also spotted the niche and brought out the Panasonic KX-TG9322T. It does all that's required of a 2 line phone and does it well. Otherwise it's straightforward and uncluttered. Ideal small office - home office phone.


Cordless phones without answering machines are becoming more common. The tipping point approaches as more and more consumers switch to internet phone services with included voice mail.

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