AT&T Corded Phone With Answering Machine (CL4940) - Black

Model Number: CL4940 BLK
Web Code: 10198849

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The AT&T CL4940 corded phone features large buttons and a large display making it a cinch to use. It also includes a built-in answering machine and audio assist button so you can turn up the volume during conversations.
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Overview

The AT&T CL4940 corded phone features large buttons and a large display making it a cinch to use. It also includes a built-in answering machine and audio assist button so you can turn up the volume during conversations.
  • Extra large buttons and tilt display for easy viewing
  • Audio Assist allows for extra volume capacity during conversations
  • Speakerphone
  • 25 name/number phonebook directory
  • Receiver/speakerphone volume control
  • Ringer volume control
  • 10 number speed dial
  • English/Spanish/French setup menu
  • Table/wall mountable
  • Hearing aid compatible
  • Supports caller ID/call waiting capability with 65 name/number caller ID history
  • Entry Removal Button
  • Digital answering system features can record up to 19 minutes of messages
  • Time/Day Stamp
  • Audible Message Alert
  • Message Guard Memory
  • Memo Recording
Answering Machine Built-In
Yes
Backlit LCD
Yes
Battery Type
Not Applicable
Caller ID Handset/Base
Yes
Frequency
Not Applicable
Handset Message Retrieval
No
Headset Included
No
Headset Jack
No
Hold Button
No
Two Way Communication
No
Keypad On Base
Yes
Multi-Handset Compatible
No
Multiple User Mailboxes
No
Room Monitoring
No
Spare Battery
No
Speakerphone
Yes
Speed Dial
Yes
Time/Day Stamp
Yes
Total Message Storage Time
11 min
Voice Prompted Operation
Yes
Volume Control
Yes
Wall Mountable
Yes
Width
22.5 cm
Height
11.5 cm
Depth
21 cm

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Of the 11 reviewers who responded, 10 would recommend this product.

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  • Good Land Line Phone
    Reviewed by Gary H - June 24, 2017

    Good sized screen with lots of options. Especially like the answering machine, speaker phone, call log call back features. Bought as a replacement kitchen wall phone. The difficulty comes when you want a longer phone cord as they are no longer carried in most stores. Was able to locate one in a large box store that provides home building supplies. These phones are extremely dependable during electrical outages but appear to be a dying breed.

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  • Does the job!
    Reviewed by Rachel - October 22, 2013

    We recently scaled back our home phone package with Bell and removed the answering service feature so we needed a phone with a built in answering machine. We decided to go corded as we already have a cordless phone system at home. This phone does the job and we are happy with it for the price we paid. It is pretty easy to navigate. The only downside is that even though we pay for call display with Bell, this phone does not show the caller in the ID window unless they are a person you have saved in your address book. Minor annoyance for the monthly savings of not paying Bell for an answering service.

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  • Good enough
    Reviewed by Ray - September 7, 2016

    I've had this phone for about a week now. And for the most part I like it. Good sound quality, speaker option is good. Has a good answering mc. Can store numbers etc etc. Two things I wish this phone had: the ability to store a list of "blocked numbers" (for those annoying automated telemarketer calls) and the ability to change ring tone. This phone only has one ring tone - the old-fashioned "tring tring". I got this phone to replace my Panasonic cordless DECT phone which I've been using forever and is still is good working condition. My cordless phone has a lot of great features and giving them up has been an adjustment. The only reason I decided to give it up is that I'm concerned about harmful EMF radiations as I'm reading that cordless phones are just as problematic as cell phones. Since I have a small apt, I don't really need a cordless phone so I decided to switch to an old-fashioned corded phone.

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