Top 10 Best Rated Landline Phones 2020

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Not minding the ubiquity of tablets or smartphones, there are many times when only a landline phone will do – probably because you operate your own business, or would just rather not put up with iffy mobile signals when you are calm on your sofa at home.

Well the good news is that as you can purchase corded phones with large buttons or dials, majority of the modern landline phones make use of digital enhanced cordless telecommunications (DECT) technology that makes them to be used cordlessly.

In this article, we are discussing the best landline phones currently in the market.

Best Landline Phone 2020

  1. Panasonic premium design series KX-PRS120

This model combines a large and square-shaped number keys along with a curved back for style and ergonomics, while its 5.6cm QVGA colour display boasts a smartphone-similar graphical user interface, making you have simple access to all its options. Specifications of this model include;

  • DECT cordless
  • 6cm colour display
  • 150hours
  • 110g

PROS

  • Large simple-to-read display
  • Graphical user interface
  • Stylish design

CONS

  • It is quite pricey among other landline phones in the market
  1. Gigaset C570A Comfort Telephone

This model is one of the easiest-to-use DECT phones because of its large colour display, widely spaced illuminated keys, and user-friendly interface. It is almost smartphone-like in use and look, and it is packed with handy features. Specifications of this model include;

  • DECT cordless
  • 8cm TFT colour display
  • 118g
  • Up to 320 hours

PROS

  • Large colour display
  • Stylish design
  • Jumbo mode with additional large numbers

CONS

  • Slightly too minimalist
  1. Idect Eclipse Plus

With its incredible elliptical design, this model makes a style statement in any room. The curved model slots closely into the base station and is comfortable to hold up to your ear. In addition, large-easy-to-read buttons makes dialling simple. Specifications of this model include;

  • DECT cordless
  • Up to 300m
  • 230 hours
  • 81cm blue backlit display

PROS

  • Stylish and eye-catching design
  • Blue backlit display

CONS

  • No HD voice quality
  1. BT Halo

This model is both stylish and practical, featuring a slim, long, and black phone with colour display and a silver circular base station with built-in answerphone. It is a looker no doubt, though it is the stuff inside this phone that enables it truly thrilling. Specifications of this model include;

  • DECT cordless
  • Up to 300m
  • 240 hours
  • 134g
  • 6cm colour display

PROS

  • Bluetooth for mobile calls
  • Long talk and standby time
  • Stylish design
  • Nuisance call blocking

CONS

  • Nothing really
  1. Gigaset SL450A GO

Once part of tech huge Siemens, this model from Gigaset is a German phone maker with a history of making innovative and feature-rich phones. This model continues that tradition. It definitely looks the part, that is, the phone looks positively smartphone-like with its large 6.1cm display, aluminium frame, and mobile-like buttons. Also, its graphical user interface (GUI) is reassuringly simple to use too. Specifications of this model include;

  • DECT cordless or VOIP
  • 1cm colour display
  • 200 hours
  • 500 name and number entries

PROS

  • VOIP ready
  • Stylish design
  • Bluetooth for mobile calls

CONS

  • Call blocking not extensive
  1. Panasonic KX-TGK222EW

With its vertical design, this model fits right into even the most stylish home – with the phone docked in its base station it barely appear like a phone at all. With this phone, pick it up and you are greeted with a small-ish display and widely spaced backlit keys, but at least the black text on the white LCD is simple to read. Specifications of this model include;

  • DECT cordless
  • 200 hours
  • 150g
  • 120 name and number entries

PROS

  • Blue illuminated call and message alerts
  • Do not disturb mode
  • Stylish design

CONS

  • Interface is not particularly user friendly
  • Contact book limited unlike other similar phones
  1. Panasonic KX-TGK222EW

Can be gotten in either white or black, the sleek and minimalist model has been designed to fit in with your lifestyle. This model comes with a blue LED light between the base station and handset to alert you to incoming calls, and features direction-free charging, indicating the phone can be placed on the base station in any direction you fancy and yet juice up the battery. Specifications of this model include;

  • 460g
  • DECT cordless
  • 200 hours
  • 120 name and number entries

PROS

  • Message forwarding
  • Nuisance call block
  • Stylish design

CONS

  • Limited contact book
  • Limited answerphone recording time
  1. BT 8610

This model is not likely to change any heads in the design stakes, being rather uninspiring to look at. Regarding features, although, this cheap landline phone has it where it counts. Its largest features, certainly, is its trueCall Call Blocking technology which makes you to safely ignore all those frustrating telemarketing and spam calls. Specifications of this model include;

  • DECT cordless phone
  • 200 name and number entries
  • 240 hours
  • 450g

PROS

  • Virtual assistant for calls
  • Large colour display
  • Nuisance call blocker

CONS

  • Uninspired design
  • No HD voice quality
  1. Gigaset CL750A GO Sculpture

This model is as lovely to look as its name would imply. Consisting a shell-like curved handset and charger, it comes with a GO-Bo 100 base station, which contains a 55-minute answering machine, and an Ethernet port so one can make use of it to make free VOIP internet telephone calls when connected to his or her broadband router. Specifications of this model include;

  • DECT cordless and VOIP
  • 6cm colour
  • 320 hours
  • 200 name and number entries

PROS

  • Good looking statement design
  • HD voice quality
  • VOIP internet calling capability

CONS

  • Limited nuisance call blocking

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