Panasonic KX-TS3282B ($89.99 at JR.com) If there is a best-in-class for basic, two-line phones that don't require a $250-an-hour tech to install, it is the 3282B. Order it online, plug it into any existing phone line -- cable phone, Vonage line, whatever you've got -- and you can figure this out. Just follow the instructions and you can conference, have distinctive rings and otherwise phone away with a business-ready, two-line, integrated phone system that has an intercom, call waiting, caller ID and even a decent speakerphone. It's a bit wonky to set it all up: The unit is controlled with long series of menu options that take work to tease out. But for $90, you get a real business phone. For basic business telephony, there is no better choice right now than the Panasonic (PC).
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