So, I’m trialing my Naida Vs and liking them. The next step is phone communication and I’ve gotten myself a bit confused.
I have an iCom arriving next week. I have a bluetooth capable Blackberry Flip cellphone and I understand the pairing should be simple.
Since I work at home and my corporate directory lists both my land-line and cell numbers, I get and make calls from both types of phones.
I’m looking at buying one of the KX-TG6582T DECT 6.0 PLUS Link-to-Cell Bluetooth Cordless Phones off Amazon (since I like Panasonic phones) to handle the land-line duties.
Here’s where I get confused.
The Panasonic’s claim to fame seems to be that you can receive both cell and land-line calls off the same Panasonic headset (as the name implies)
Should I just be ignoring this mobile to land-line function and pairing the iCom up with both the cell and the Panasonic? That is, I don’t do any linking of my cell with the Panasonic.
If I just pair the iCom up with both the cell and the Panasonic, what happens if I’m on the landline and cell rings or vice-versa. Can I switch calls or does the second call just go unanswered or to voice mail?
When I make a call on the Panasonic or cell, will the appropriate connection to the iCom just kick in or do I have to do something manual to indicate to the iCom which connection I’m using.
Any advice appreciated.