Over forty years after the debut of the AT&T Trimline phone, the dial-in-handset style is still extremely popular -- it influenced millions of cordless phones and cellphones.
Unfortunately, there are lots of low-quality knock-offs selling for as little as $8. The AT&T
brand now belongs to VTech, a company with a less-than-wonderful reputation.
Fortunately, you can still get a high-quality dial-in-handset phone. Cortelco (the long-time phone maker formerly known as ITT) was licensed years ago to make copies of the ATT Trimline. Originally, the ITT Trendline and ATT Trimline were identical; but the Trendline has evolved considerably. It's better than the current ATT-branded Trimline, and, unlike the Trimline, it's available in BRIGHT RED.
THIS IS NOT JUNK! It's a high quality phone, often used in airports and hotels.
- Handset Volume Control
- Lighted Dial
- Electronic Ringer with hi/low settings
- Tone/Pulse Dialing
- Hearing Aid Compatible
- Directory Card
- Flash Button for phone company features
- Fully Modular
- Reset Button for new dialtone
- Twelve -Foot Coil Cord
- Last Number Redial
- Desk/Wall Mountable
- Two-Year Warranty
- (base plate is plastic, not metal)