RCA ViSYS 25425RE1 Standard Phone - Silver, BlackAnalog & Digital Phones
Corded - 4 x Phone Line - Speakerphone - Answering Machine - Backlight - View Complete Details
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RCA ViSYS 25425RE1 Standard Phone - Silver, Black - 4-Line telephone business system with cord expands up to 16 base stations. Each base station can expand to include one DECT 6.0 Accessory Cordless Handset with four lines (sold separately). System also offers an integrated digital answering device with a 60-minute record time, voice time/day stamp, automated attendant for call routing, and remote mailbox message access and retrieval. Telephone features intercom, digital volume control, Call Waiting/Caller ID, base speakerphone, 99 name/number Caller ID history, 16 programmable one-touch speed dials, 94 record programmable name/number directory, three-party call conferencing, a Do Not Disturb/privacy setting. Auxiliary jack can be used for fax or modem. Trilingual display can be viewed in English, Spanish and French. Hearing aid-compatible telephone system includes headset jack and data port and uses four AAA batteries.
- Expands to up 16 base stations.
- Base stations can be paired with an accessory handset.
- Professional features.
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Q:Hi, I have a question regarding the ringer(s). I need to know if I can silence the ringer on one line while I answer the other. It may seem a strange question, but my needs are to use one or two lines for one business, and the remaining two for a different business. While conducting business in one area, I don't want to be disturbed by hearing the ringer for the other lines. I can of course unplug the phone line to whichever lines are not being used, but I would prefer not to have to do that every time. So bottom line, is there just one ringer attached to all 4 lines, or is there a way to control which one(s) ring at any given time? thanks--Stephen J.Asked on 6/12/2013 by Stephen from NH
A:The RCA Business Phone does not have that feature. The Do Not Disturb function only works when a call is not in progress and applies to all four lines.Answered on 6/13/2013 by Adam from Columbus, Wisc.
Q:If all lines are in use will the voice mail answer the calls?Asked on 4/3/2013 by Judy from United States
Q:This will be my first business phone for my office. I will probably expand to at least one more phone in the future (6 mo-1 year), and I want to make sure this will be compatible with other phones down the road.Asked on 12/19/2012 by Anonymous
A:The RCA Business Phone can expand to 16 base stations and each base station can add one handset (product RCA25425RE1).Answered on 12/26/2012 by Adam
Q:Does this phone use one of its lines to work the intercom? I am looking for a phone that can expand to at least three stations and intercom between them when needed without disturbing the phone lines.Asked on 10/23/2012 by Audrey
A:The RCA Business Phone does not use a phone line while using the intercom.Answered on 10/24/2012 by Adam
Q:What is considered a base station, is the cordless handset considered that or not?Asked on 5/23/2012 by Anonymous
A:The full RCA Business Phone system is a base station. The cordless handsets are extensions of the base station and not base stations themselves.Answered on 5/24/2012 by Adam
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