Three Handset Connect to Cell Answering System with Caller ID

No more mad dashes for the misplaced cell phone at home! The VTech DS6421-3

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phone system merges cellular and landline technology and comes with three handsets, Connect to Cell technology, a digital answering system and handset speakerphones. With Connect to Cell, you can make and receive cell phone calls with the comfort of your VTech cordless handset.. DECT 6.0 Digital technology delivers long range and also prevents wireless networks and other electronic devices from interfering with conversations.

Thanks to HD Audio, you’ll enjoy fuller and clearer sound too. Digital security ensures your calls are digitized and encrypted, making it nearly impossible for someone to eavesdrop. Plus, Push-to-Talk intercom, call-transfer and conference capabilities streamline in-home communication, eliminating disruptive shouting through the home. With 14 minutes of recording time, the digital answering system answers calls when you can’t. The VTech DS6421-3 can expand up to 12 handsets using only one phone jack.

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6 Responses to Three Handset Connect to Cell Answering System with Caller ID

  1. Baylis West says:

    Dose the DS6421-3 + five DS6401 come with Battery?
    Thanks Wes

  2. Dexter Shepherd says:

    The literature I read on these phones said they would connect via Bluetooth to Headsets, hoping that is the case as I am hard of hearing and this was one of two sets that advertised that would connect to headsets. Will be very disappointed if they won’t.

  3. Ken Melotte says:

    I want a 6-phone system that allows me to call and answer on both my landline and my cell. Which system shall I choose?

    Ken Melotte

  4. SHELDO SCHORR says:

    I BOUGHT TWO SYSTEMS VIA J&R VTECH phone systems. We have been Vtech customers for decades and always pleased with the phone systems. When we received the order we realized the the “bluetooth” wasn’t in one package[box] and the other system box it was missing a station (2nd phone] and noticed a that the keypad was falling off. They wouldn’t stay in place. We were told that using glue or other adhesive would void any product warranty.
    It getsbetter. We called J&R and found out that they went out of business. No 800#, website or a mailing addres. Vtech tells us that since we didn’t retain a “receipt they wouldn’t honor the their service/product guarrente [sic].
    We came to realizes the “docking” feature and the earpiece wen’t get we didn’t have any recourse.
    They should have honored their Promise the promote and what we depend on to know they stood behind their equipment. Now two [2] phone systems that are, at vest a PLAIN phone without the features they promote to justify the price and two phone systems that don’t have the features as advertised. We don’t know if the now defunct J&R and/or VTECH screwed up but we paid more than $200. and were without recourse.
    For decades we bought scores of phone and other products aNd ALWAYS was happy to tell others how great VTECH stuff was. VTECH finally said mail back the phones at our expense, to Texas and wait the better part of a month in the hopes that they would send new equipment, that is if they believe us and “do the right thing” or have them reject claim and return the partial order we gid get since the “bluetooth, the earphone and key pad that is popping off(we have about 50% of keypad left and they admit the “docking” feature was not functioning as advertised. We now have several hand phones but none of features that justified purchase.
    The world of business is an ever spiraling downward world. This is a story I tell to make a point. Simply put; DO NOT EXPECT MOST COMPANIES to “do the right thing”. Protect yourself and keep the box it comes in, keep the receipt, pay with a credit card that may give you an opportunity to get your money back,
    Life is tuff enough and now you MUST COVER YOURSELF. Relationships are becoming meaningless. So much for “good will” and brand loyality… Sound familiar, you APPLE groupies seem to be alright when the screen shatters, make an appointment to buy a battery that shouldn’t die as quickly, an OS that is like swiss cheese and always needs “patches and updates that may cripple you phone[s] apps and never knowing who APPLE has making their expensive products while paying $1.80/hour in a modern day sweat shop populated by children.
    I wonder when “Made In America” will be fashionable and not regulated so much that manufacturing in USA is not doable. This global economy isn’t working for the USA.
    I’m now willing to and going to probably pay more to make whatever we need so everything we publish will say “MADE In AMERICA”. The first politician that does embrace this thinking, I’m voting for. Even Healthcare.com was, in part made in Asia, Russia and India… how did that workout for us? We must try to reshore industry/manufacturing or perish.
    I know iIm ranting and apologize to you all.

  5. SHELDON SCHORR says:

    Also am sorry for the typos I posted.

  6. Aron Lasky says:

    Do these phones offer any call blocking feature?

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