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  • 3 Ways To Keep Mobile Phone Bills Under Control

    Image credit: Jan Vašek In the past I’ve often found that my phone bill was a lot higher than expected due to the number of phone calls I made - especially to numbers outside of the UK - and frequent usage of apps that drain a lot of mobile data...
  • Passwords aren't enough! Secure your online accounts now.

    Passwords just aren't enough anymore! We're told that we should use strong passwords for everything we do online, and more so, we should have different passwords for all our account to stop hackers getting at our precious data. Security experts recommend we make our passwords as long as possible, adding...
  • What can you do with a conference phone?

    Conference phones, those star shaped devices you see sat in the middle of boardroom tables where everybody around the meeting can join in the conversation seamlessly with whomever is on the other end of the line. Conference Units are often subject to a few misunderstandings in terms of exactly how they work...
  • How do I register a BT Elements Handset?

    We have already covered registering regular DECT handsets in another blog posting on our site here. This procedure is slightly different so we've decided to make a separate page as we've noticed a lot of customers struggling with the handset registration. If you follow through the instructions below everything should...
  • Two Way Radios / Walkie Talkies - PMR446

    Two Way Radios / Walkie Talkies Two-way-radios offer a brilliant and cost effective way to keep in touch with friends, family or colleagues when out and about, they can be used from everything from walks in the park to security and site work - there are a large range of...
  • Why do Cordless Phones operate at 2.4Ghz?

    DECT Cordless Phones Wired have a great article here explaining why your cordless phone and pretty much all of your other wireless devices use the 2.4Ghz Radio Frequency.  I won't spoil it for you, but it turns out its all to do with your microwave! Have a read here: http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2010/09/wireless-explainer/all/1
  • How do DECT Repeaters/Range Extenders work?

    BT Diverse Repeater DECT Repeaters are a marvellous addition to any DECT cordless phone system, adding additional range to your existing Cordless Phone set-up.  If you have a particularly large house or need the phones to reach out to the bottom of the garden to a workshop, DECT repeaters help you to attain...
  • How do I register my DECT cordless phone handset?

    Registering your Cordless Phone Base and Handset. In essence you’ll be putting both your base unit, (the main box that is plugged into your telephone socket), and your unregistered handset into registration mode at the same time so they’ll effectively be “looking” for each other to make the connection.
  • What does GAP mean?

    GAP Compatibility is essentially an agreement between the different phone manufacturers to make their DECT cordless handsets work with one an other. For example: You have a GAP Compatible BT Diverse system which is nearly 10 years old, but one of your handsets has been dropped and won't work any more...
  • What does DECT mean?

    DECT is an acronym that stands for Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications.  This means that whichever device this acronym is attached to uses a digital encryption code, rather than analogue radio signals to communicate between the cordless phone and the base unit, providing greater clarity and security than the older, analogue...

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