Who still uses the telephone?  When we lived in the old house we never seemed to have a great phone connection.  One outlet would work for a while and then stop working.  I’d move the phone jack to another room until that one stopped working.  It got to the point where I just ignored the phone.  People knew if you wanted me call my cell because you never knew if the phone line call was getting through.

When I sold the house and moved into an apartment I decided to not sign up for the phone service.  That was great and worked fine because I rarely get phone calls anyway.  I get texts and skypes, right?

Now this may be a function of my older age, but I kept leaving my cell phone in the other room.  And by other room I mean the room I never seem to be in when I get a call.  It’s like it KNOWS where I am.  Add to that the fact that my ringer was usually off and the few phone calls I do get, I don’t get.

And that makes whiney teens who need you when they need you mad.

So when I had the chance to review the Connect to Cell by VTech, it seemed like the perfect solution.  You can connect the device to your cell phone’s bluetooth and receive calls from the main base and any additional handsets.  The set came with one extra.  This totally solves the “you left your phone in your briefcase and I had a cheese emergency and needed you, Mom” problems.

All this without a phone line.  Plug and play.  Literally.

It also allows 2 cell phones to be connected so you can answer your husband’s calls.  Could come in handy – just sayin.

I love it.  Thanks VTech for letting me try it out!

2 Comments on VTech Connect To Cell Review

  1. Angie
    June 25, 2012 at 8:43 pm (5 years ago)

    Oh very nice! My husband won’t give up the landline. I’lll show him this!

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  2. Polly P
    June 19, 2012 at 9:07 pm (5 years ago)

    So cool! I’ve thought about getting rid of my home line except that we’ve had it forever. I hate the extra expense when both of us have cell phones. hmmm….

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