Netgear SPH200D Dual-mode Cordless Phone with Skype

NETGEAR Updated: 2008-09-27 RSS
Netgear SPH200D Dual-mode Cordless Phone with Skype

Combine your cordless phone and Skype calls, all in one.

* Connect the base station to your phone line and router
* Use the cordless phone to make phone calls or Skype calls
* Crystal clear voice quality and longer range with DECT cordless technology
* Talk for free to Skype users anywhere, without a PC*
* Call any phone worldwide for pennies a minute using SkypeOut

How it works
Simply plug the Dual-mode Cordless Phone Station into your Internet router (Ethernet port) to enjoy making Skype calls. In addition, you can plug the base station into your phone line (PSTN) wall jack to make land line calls—from the same cordless phone. Up to 3 additional phones can be added—so you can replace your current cordless phones throughout your home with NETGEAR's Dual-mode Cordless Phone with Skype.

* Manage your contact list and see who's available to talk to
* Use premium services like SkypeIn, SkypeOut, Skype Voicemail (additional fees apply)
* Supports up to 4 handsets per household (additional handsets sold separately)
* DECT Cordless–ideal for long range and clear voice quality
* Multiple Languages Supported

Standards Compatibility
* DECT/UPCS, IEEE 802.3 Ethernet Standard

* DECT (1.9 GHz)

Battery Life
* Talk time (typical): 12 hours
* Standby time (typical): 120 hours

* Ethernet (RJ-45) and PSTN (RJ11) connector on Base Station unit

Network Connections/Speed
* 10/100 Mbps

Physical Specifications (Phone)
* Dimensions (HxWxD): 141.5 x 46 x 26 mm
* Weight: 130g with battery

Physical Specifications (Base Station)
* Dimensions (HxWxD): 137 x 126.5 x 70 mm
* Weight: 235g

* NETGEAR 1-year warranty

Package Contents
* One (1) Cordless Phone with Skype® (SPH200D)
* Rechargeable Battery
* Cordless Base Station
* Power Adapter–Charging Cradle (localized to country of sale)
* Power Adapter–Cordless Base Station (localized to country of sale)
* Setup Guide Warranty/Support Information Card