Consumers who buy Panasonic handsets should register because there are tangible benefits from doing so. In the event the handset is stolen or lost the consumer can contact Panasonic for registration information for claims purposes. If there is a recall or safety problem you will receive notification form the company. Also, you may receive questionnaires (and promotional offers) which help Panasonic improve later versions of their handsets so that consumers can upgrade to newer and better technologies. Registration is worthwhile to consumers, but the process of doing so is effortless.
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Things you need
- Internet access
- Model and serial number
- Proof of purchase (receipt)
Open an Internet browser and bring up Panasonic's "Panasonic: Consumer Electronics Product Support" webpage. Click on "Register your product" in the "Online Order Help" section, which directs to the registration page.
Scroll down to the "Phones and Fax" section and click on the type of handset phone you have, e.g., "Cordless Telephone." Wait for the page to advance to the "Product Registration" webpage.
Type in your personally identifiable information as requested in the sections. Click to put ticks in boxes and fill in radio buttons to make selections. There are 29 sections. Questions with "*" (asterisks) are required. The non-asterisk questions are optional, but provide as much helpful information as you have available.
Click the dark-yellow "Register Product" button after section 29 at the bottom. Wait for confirmation page that your registration was successful.
Tips and warnings
- If you have difficulty with online registration contact Panasonic's "Product Support and Technical Assistance" department at 800-211-7262. Weekday business hours, Monday through Friday, are from 9:00 a.m to 9:00 p.m., Eastern Standard Time. Weekend business hours, Saturday and Sunday, are from 10:00 a.m to 7:00 p.m., Eastern Standard Time.
- Registering your Panasonic product has no bearing on your rights to get service under the warranty.
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