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AT&T 17939 Corded Phone, Black/Silver, 1 Handset

AT&T 17939 Corded Phone, Black/Silver, 1 Handset
AT&T 17939 Corded Phone, Black/Silver, 1 Handset

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AT&T 17939 Corded Phone, Black/Silver, 1 Handset

AT&T 17939 Corded Phone, Black/Silver, 1 Handset

The 100-name/number directory caller id/contact waiting automatic line choice selectable ringtones.

  • one hundred Name/Quantity Directory
  • Caller ID/Contact Waiting
  • Headset Compatible. Data Port
  • Line Status Indication

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Ringtones from a Nokia 5165 cell telephone, released for AT&T Wireless in 2000. Video filmed on: 10/27/2010 ten:14 PM

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  1. 55 of 55 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    As good as it gets for a 2-line, built-in answering machine, caller ID phone, November 16, 2010
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    This review is from: AT&T 17939 Corded Phone, Black/Silver, 1 Handset (Office Product)

    Almost 100 years ago, Thomas Riley Marshall, vice president of the U.S., said, “What this country needs is a good five cent cigar.” Well, times have changed and what this country needs now is a good 2-line phone, with a built-in digital answering machine and caller ID. I’m in small business and have searched for years trying to find one. I’ve been stuck using my Lucent 1872 phone, which was fine, except it didn’t have caller ID and had to use a separate Radio shack 2-line caller ID box which consumed eight AAA batteries. I’ve purchased several phones, all with no luck because of ridiculous and quirky features, and user un-friendly formatting and programming.

    Here’s the problem: The people who design these phones NEVER use them in real life. So how would they ever know how these things work sitting on your desk? They don’t.

    That being said, I have used this AT&T ML17939 for a couple of weeks. I think I’ll keep it. Here are the pros and cons:

    1) Tremendous value for the money.
    2) Intuitive programming and good instructions. It’s easy to use.
    3) Feature-rich options. It can do a lot.

    1) Goofy keypad design. The huge number buttons are like what you would find on a Fisher-Price toy for children. If you have bad eyesight they would probably come in handy.
    2) The whole phone is propped up at a 70 degree angle. So every time you dial a number it’s like punching the phone. And with every punch, the phone moves back slightly. You could actually dial the phone off your desk if you aren’t careful. I’ll probably attached some velcro to the desk so the phone doesn’t constantly move backwards while I’m dialing. (If you just have the phone flat on your desk, you can’t see the Caller ID, so it needs to be propped up at an angle.)

    Why will I keep the phone? Because I need that built in Caller ID which will save me a fortune in batteries. Overall, I believe it’s the best 2-line, digital answering machine, caller ID, phone on the market today.

    If you are shopping for a 2-line, digital answering machine, caller ID phone — this is as good as it gets. It’s not perfect, but believe me, there is nothing out there that’s better for the price.

    UPDATE: I am writing this over two years after my initial review. I am still using the phone and am very happy with it. It has held up very well. I’d order it again if I needed a new phone.

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  2. 31 of 32 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Great except for two major flaws, July 8, 2010

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    I’d been looking for a well-reviewed corded 2-line phone with answering machine, speakerphone, speed-dial buttons, and caller ID for a long time. Given up, actually. Then I happened upon this new model (no reviews), and took the chance. It’s very good in all respects except: 1) no indication how many messages you have when the phone is idle (!), and 2) no way to rewind when listening to a message except rewinding to the beginning of the message (!!). If I got a lot of messages, that flaw would be enough for me to return it, but I’ll probably just live with it. Sigh.

    I’m also wondering why I can’t find an answering machine that shows the caller ID name info for the currently playing message. Seems like such a no-brainer, but I’ve never seen it. At least this phone shows the date & time of the message as you listen to it.

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  3. Wooow. It was only 13 years ago when I got that phone……. 13 years….. Where the hell has my life gone? ha ha

  4. ah i had this case for my 5110 :P  just to make it look like a 5110i/5160/5165

  5. holy flashback.

  6. Good God I can still hear the ringtone @ 1:05 in my dreams. It really brings back life 11 years ago and sitting at my cubicle working late hours while my gf tried to reach me about trivial stuff. I do miss the era in which these phones existed because they were only an acessory not a necessity and didnt take up much of our lives. One thing I also miss is the low monthly cost which has quadrupled. Ah those were the days.

  7. I want one if these ringtones on my iPhone :D .

  8. ring ring

  9. I still have this phone xD.

  10. Can any one tell me what that song is at 2:45

  11. ilk çıkan zil sesinin adını bilen varmı?

  12. True that. My uncle has a 20 year-old Nokia phone which he now uses for whenever he travels to Europe and it still works like brand new.

  13. The first cell phone I ever owned was one of these. I had it for three years and replaced it with a Razor flip phone in 2004.

  14. Wow….
    Half an year past by and nobody seems to
    know even one of those classical ringtones….

    Here you go Dominika, enjoy:

    1:24 > Fuga - youtube.com/watch?v=OZ4cxJDjgg­E#t=2m59s
    1:32 > Badinerie – youtube.com/watch?v=qNhYVQM6Ts­M
    2:28 > Mozart 40 – youtube.com/watch?v=pIsMmuf9Q3Y

  15. Still got the same phone. It’s fine! But i don’t have a charger anymore D=

  16. My favorite was the Samba

  17. And being able to run near console graphic games like infinity blade 2 and mass effect etc.

  18. Agreed. A monochrome display and 5 lines of black text is not as battery demanding as high-res 720p full color graphics, GPS navigation, and touch screen, among other things.

  19. Keep in mind this isnt a smartphone and it’s not even in color.

  20. Yes. I can vouch for that. Have a Nokia 3300 that I fully charged nearly a year ago now, and just turned it on today, and it only lost 3 bars of battery. It was turned off the whole time though, but still incredible it held a charge that long.

  21. one thing the phones of today will never have that this phone did, the battery life.

    check the time on your iphone: -79% battery
    check the time on your nokia: +9%

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