Small cordless phone models offer style and functionality in a small package. A miniature cordless phone works well for someone who doesn't have a lot of space, like a college student. A big bulky phone can take up a lot of space on a dorm room desk. Miniature cordless models work just as well as larger phones.
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Panasonic DECT 6.0 Digital Cordless Expansion
The Panasonic DECT 6.0 Digital Cordless Expansion phone is a small cordless phone with a very small base. This model is black and silver with an LCD keypad that lights up in the dark. The phone has a caller ID display and a built-in answering system. Choose this phone if you're looking for something really simple and compact. Most phones have a two-year warranty.
RCA 2.4 GHz Cordless Telephone
The RCA 2.4 GHz cordless phone is a miniature model that also has a cordless headset attached to the base. You can talk using the headset or the small phone. This model is like two cordless phones in one because people can use both the headset and the cordless phone at the same time. However, the headset also requires charging since it is actually a phone built into a headset. The phone comes with a two-year warranty. You can buy this model online or in department stores. The phone is black and silver, but model styles may change periodically. This phone also has a caller ID display. Choose this phone if you need a small cordless phone with a headset.
Uniden Cordless Handset
The Uniden cordless handset is another small model that has a compact base. This phone is silver with black edging around the screen. Some keys are black with white letters and some keys are clear with an LED light behind the keys. This makes it easy to see who's calling when you answer the phone at night. This phone also comes with a belt clip so you can wear the phone on your jeans while walking around the house. The sound is also very clear, and Uniden offers a one-year warranty.
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