AT&T 1080 - corded phone - answering system with caller ID/call waiting

Mfg. Part: ATT1080 | CDW Part: 1567429 | UNSPSC: 43191504
$199.99Advertised Price

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  • Corded phone
  • answering system with caller ID/call waiting
  • 4-line operation
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Product Overview
Main Features
  • Corded phone
  • answering system with caller ID/call waiting
  • 4-line operation
The 1080 telephone is hearing aid compatible and can be connected to up to four incoming telephone lines. This telephone features a speakerphone for handsfree use and a headset jack compatible with most two-band 2.5mm headsets (not included). There are two additional ports available for connecting the telephone to another device such as a fax machine or modem.

The 1080 allows paging, intercom and call transfers between system telephones and is capable of connecting three parties in the same conference call.

This telephone also features a 32-number one- and two-touch memory for faster dialing and has a directory which can store up to 200 additional numbers with names. This telephone has a caller ID feature which supports caller ID with call waiting service.

The 1080 telephone also features a built-in digital answering system which can store approximately 60 minutes of messages, memos and conversations or a total of up to 99 messages. You can access the answering system from a remote non-system touch-tone telephone or from another system telephone.

This 1080 telephone is equipped to function as an auto attendant in a multi-telephone system. An auto attendant telephone can pick up and redirect incoming calls to other extensions in your telephone system. You may assign more than one auto attendant for your telephone system.

Technical Specifications
Specifications are provided by the manufacturer. Refer to the manufacturer for an explanation of the print speed and other ratings.
Answering Machine
Answering System Type: Digital
Recording Capacity: 60 min

Answering System Features
Audible Message Alert: Yes
Memo Record Function: Yes
Message Counter Display: Yes
Services: Call Screening , Toll Saver
Two-Way Call Recording: Yes

Form Factor: 9V
Required Qty: 1

Backlit: Yes
Color Support: Monochrome
Contrast Control: 8-level
Display Location: Base
Type: LCD display

Brand: AT&T
Model: 1080
Packaged Quantity: 1
Product Line: AT&T

Included Phone Accessories: Power adapter

Phone Connections
Connector Type: Sub-mini-phone 2.5 mm
Qty: 1
Type: Headset jack

Qty: 2
Qty: 2
Type: Data port

Power Adapter
Form Factor: External
Type: Power adapter

Caller ID Type: Caller ID/call waiting
Conference Call Capability: 3-way
Dialer Location: Base
Dialer Type: Keypad
Header Features: Answering system
Type: Corded phone

Telephone Memory
Caller ID Memory: 200 names & numbers
Dialed Calls Memory: 6
Phone Directory Capacity: 200 names & numbers
Speed Dial Capacity: 32

Additional Features: Babyphone (room monitoring) , Battery backup , Tone control
Additional Functions: Automatic redial , Built-in clock , Intercom , Pager call , Time/day stamp
Automatic Redial: Yes
Call Forwarding: Yes
Call Hold: Yes
Call Screening: Yes
Call Services: Call Forwarding , Call Hold , Call Transfer , Call Waiting , Caller ID , Voice Mail
Call Transfer: Yes
Call Waiting: Yes
Caller ID: Yes
Dialing Modes: Pulse , Tone
Function Buttons: Conference button , Directory button , Flash button , Headset button , Hold button , Intercom button , Mute button , Navigator key , Redial button , Speakerphone button , Transfer button
Hearing Aid Compatible: Yes
Indicators: Line status indicator , Voice message waiting indicator
Intercom: Yes
Menu Operation: Yes
Multiline Operation Capability: 4-line operation
Ringer Control: Yes
Speakerphone: Yes
Toll Saver: Yes
Voice Mail Capability: Yes
Volume Control: Yes

Product Reviews
Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 104reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by We have had many issues with AT&T, they provide our lines for another ISP, and constantly have issues with scheduling and showing up on time, if at all. At some of the sites that we work with AT&T directly, they don't typically have this issue, it seems to be working through a third party, they don't like to play nice. June 7, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by Customer Service is good but I'd bet that's due to all the practice each and every one of their employees have. Brutal. December 30, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Frequent drops in connection, yet decent performance when it's working as it's intended to do. However, those frequent drops happen about 3-4 times a day. Can be frustrating when I'm in the middle of gaming. December 21, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Because a negitive number wasn't avalible. They can't answer the phone for support but have operator ready in the billing department ready to take your payment. November 3, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by I have learned how to get excellent support from AT&T. Just become authorized on a corporate account that has many, many cell phones, tablets, and other internet devices. I have also discovered how to learn to accept the “less then Verizon” coverage; simply have your cell phone on the corporate account. Now knowing what they are capable of accomplishing, overall, I think AT&T has the potential to overcome the negative view of them and their services. October 7, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by ATT internet is OK. That's it, it's not great and at times pretty slow compared to the competition. At the time I had ATT for internet, I paid ~50 for 6mbps down and 1.5 up, when Charter offered 30mbps down and 3 up for the same price.ATT didn't go down that often, but you can't stream to 2 or 3 TV's while playing an online game with 6mbps. Even to this day (5 years later) they don't offer speeds over 18mbps. August 27, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by I used AT&T for a number of years until I finally switched. The service as far as people goes is mediocre. No matter what store I go into, it takes forever to get help. Want to buy 5 new lines? Long wait. Want to give us money? Long wait. Upset about the long wait? Long wait. I switched to Straight Talk, bought a SIM card that uses AT&T service, 5GB/month, $45/month. The phone I bought is a One+ One for $300. That is basically like buying a subsidized phone. Won't ever go back to a contract and high monthly costs. No way. Per the service, they have wider coverage for rural, and Verizon has faster coverage in covered areas, IME. Those are the only two worth looking at in our area. August 8, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by AT&T has data caps. At&t capped 3 days before uverse was available... Dad paid over $70 in overages a couple of months. We left at&t and switched to faster internet with no caps (charter). June 19, 2015
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