Sleek and compact!
Wouldn't it be great if you could make and receive free Skype calls without having to sit in front of your computer? With the standalone DualPhone 3088 you can do exactly that and more. In fact you donÂ’t need a PC at all. And by that we mean a computer, not a member of the local constabulary. Which is rather apt, because this phone is criminally clever.
The Dualphone Base Station
Simply connect the Dualphone's Base Station to your broadband router and telephone line and you can natter for nowt using Skype or jabber away via your standard landline to your heart's content. No computer required!
Full colour screen!
You're probably wondering how on earth you find fellow Skypers and take advantage of all those ingenious Skype features sans computer. Well wonder no more: the Dualphone boasts a large colour screen with idiot-proof menus, a 200 entry contact list and caller ID. You can even download new software directly from the phone. Throw in polyphonic ringtones, 10 hours talktime plus a speakerphone function and youÂ’re looking at one helluva nifty handset.
Thanks to DECT technology and superior Skype-optimised sound quality, the Dualphone laughs in the face of interference and flicks the ears of crackly reception. In fact Skype calls on this swish little handset are virtually indistinguishable from landline conversations.
If you're into going walkabout whilst yabbering away, the cordless Dualphone is most definitely for you-hoo: with a range of up to 300 metres you can make cheap talk (literally) in the garden even if the base station is in the penthouse (surely you've got one). We reckon this ingenious bit of dual-purpose kit is one of the greatest telephonic innovations since they replaced those ugh-ugh-ing rotary dials with buttons. So get ordering whilst stocks last. Talk might well be cheap, nay free, but actions still speak louder than words.
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