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Cordless DECT Telephone

Alessi - Stefano Giovannoni - Cordless DECT Telephone (Images courtesy Panik-Design)
By Andrew Liszewski

Hmm, I can’t say I know too many people who still have a landline at home, and even those who do really only keep it around for emergencies. So even though this DECT telephone designed by Stefano Giovannoni has a lot going for it, including looks, a 65,000 color OLED display, custom ringtones composed by Gak Sato and a built-in address book, I can’t see too many people willing to shell out roughly $175 for one.

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  • mcman

    No land lines? Go to my backward hometown. Not only do 99% of them still use land lines but many still rent their telephone from the phone company. No Lie!

    In fact, when I mention VOIP, they all look at me like I'm a nut job. After I explain it to them they claim it's impossible and phone service could never be that cheap. What's a PC they ask. There has to be a catch they claim. Imagine if I told them they could also use their P…I mean solitaire machine for services like Skype or majicjack where they could have virtually free phone service? They'd likely tar and feather me, call me a Witch and run me out of town on a rail.

    Yes, they would literally prefer to pay $75.00+ a month for old fashioned phone service rather than learn something new and save tons of money. I know what you're thinking, they must have a WalMart, right? Don't all those yokel towns have a WalMart? Yes they do and although they spend all of their shopping dollars in WalMart, most of them avoid anything that doesn't look familiar or reads like a fantasy comic book (MajicJack).

    Now, back to the stock car track (dirt circle) for some good ol boy racin!

  • http://it-it.facebook.com/people/Matteo-il-Moruz-Moruzzi/1092442248 Matteo 'il Moruz' Moruzzi

    Well, i've seen yesterday in Euronics Store … Here in Italy it's sold by Telecom Italia.. it's a branded phone

  • CristianStar

    I must agree with mcman, there are regions where people really don't know what is a pc, or never heard about voip, but I guess that wouldn't be such a big problem because we will always be able to teach people about our products in order to sell them afterwards and receive a profit.In my opinion that is how people should extend a business and socialize.

  • CristianStar

    I must agree with mcman, there are regions where people really don't know what is a pc, or never heard about voip, but I guess that wouldn't be such a big problem because we will always be able to teach people about our products in order to sell them afterwards and receive a profit.In my opinion that is how people should extend a business and socialize.

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