BT Decor 2200

This corded phone is ideal for home or business. Its got an inductive coupler that works well with lots of hearing aids. You also get a three-line display that can show you who's calling, and there's speaker so you can call without using the handset.
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This corded phone is ideal for home or business. Its got an inductive coupler that works well with lots of hearing aids. You also get a three-line display that can show you who's calling, and there's speaker so you can call without using the handset.
This phone works with hearing aids that use the T Switch mode. And if you've got an aid for each ear, you can use the hands-free speaker so you get sound to both your ears. You also get a flashing light so you know when someone's calling, and a display that shows you who it is.
If you've got low vision, this phone's for you. It's got clear, well-spaced keys and an easy-to-read, big display that can show you the number you're dialling as well as who's calling before you answer.

The BT Decor 2200 has lots of features that make using the phone easier.

  • Compatible with hearing aids
  • Inductive coupler – works with many hearing aids (when they’re on the ‘T’ setting) to actively reduce background noise
  • See who’s calling on the three-line display
  • Hands-free capability
  • Call someone back quickly with last number redial
  • Save up to 50 names and numbers in the phone book
  • See a list of the last 30 people who’ve called
  • Light to show you when you’ve received a 1571 message

To see who’s calling, you’ll need a caller display service from your provider (which you may be charged for). You may also be charged for using the 1571 service. Check your call package for details. For information on BT call packages, see bt.com/callingfeatures

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