Out of 8 Ratings

Owner's of the AT&T Cordless Telephone AT&T Cordless Telephone gave it a score of 3.3 out of 5. Here's how the scores stacked up:
  • Reliability

    3.5 out of 5
  • Durability

    3.62 out of 5
  • Maintenance

    3.33 out of 5
  • Performance

    3.38 out of 5
  • Ease of Use

    2.75 out of 5
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Caller ID
How caller ID history (call log) works
The telephone stores caller ID information about the last 50 incoming calls
in the telephone base. Each entry may have up to 24 digits for the telephone
number and 15 characters for the name. Entries are stored in reverse
chronological order. The telephone deletes the oldest entry when the log is
full to make room for new calls. This information is common to all handsets,
so changes made in any handset are reflected in all other handsets. If you
answer a call before the information appears on the screen, it does not show
in the caller ID history.
NOTE: The caller ID information might not be available for every incoming call. The callers
might intentionally block their names and/or telephone numbers (see Reasons for missing
caller ID information on page 35).
Memory match
If the incoming telephone number matches the last seven
digits of a telephone number in your directory, the name
that appears on the screen matches the corresponding
name in your directory.
For example, if Christine Smith calls, her name appears as
Chris if this is how you entered into your directory.
NOTE: The number shown by your caller ID is in the format sent by the telephone service
provider. The telephone service provider usually delivers ten-digit telephone numbers (area
code plus telephone number). If the telephone number of the caller does not match a number
in your directory, the name appears as it is delivered by the telephone service provider. For
example, if the telephone service provider includes the area code and the directory number
does not, the name appears as delivered by the telephone service provider.
Caller ID history