BT Halo

Using Bluetooth technology, the BT Halo will receive your mobile calls on your home phone. Helping avoid mobile signal dropouts as you walk around the house. It has built in call blocking technology, so you can take control of all your incoming calls.
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Using Bluetooth technology, the BT Halo will receive your mobile calls on your home phone. Helping avoid mobile signal dropouts as you walk around the house. It has built in call blocking technology, so you can take control of all your incoming calls.
You get BT Call Blocking with this phone, so you can choose to only talk with people you want to. A handy built-in answering machine means you don't have to answer calls straight away.
Being cordless you can take this phone with you, it has a built in answering machine, so you no longer have to worry about missing those important calls. And you can also easily block calls you don't want to answer.
You can use the hands-free speaker, so you don't have to hold the handset and with just one press of a button you can block calls you don't want to answer.
  • Make and receive all your mobile and landline calls from your BT Halo.
  • Connect up to 2 mobile phones via Bluetooth technology
  • Block up to 100% of nuisance calls with Call Blocking Technology
  • Do Not Disturb
  • Sync and store your mobile contacts on your BT Halo
  • Register 2 mobile phones at any one time
  • 1.8” Colour Screen
  • Hands free speaker
  • Record up to 60 minutes of messages
  • Dedicated call blocking button for one touch blocking

To block nuisance calls and see who’s calling, you’ll need a caller display service from your network provider (which you may be charged for).

Check your call package for details. For information on BT call packages, see bt.com/callingfeatures 

 

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