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BT Aura 1500 Phone Now Available

Electronics and technology retailer BT Shop unveiled the newest in its range of BT Telephones – the Aura 1500 phone, with a range of features designed to suit both tech-minded consumers and novices alike.

The BT Aura 1500 boasts a range of features, including a built-in answering machine capable of recording up to 60 minutes’ worth of messages with outstanding playback quality. The handset can also store up to 250 individual contacts, which can be copied between different handsets. It also has a hands-free speaker ideal for those moments when you’ve got a lot on your hands.

Caroline Hodgson, Marketing Executive at BT Shop said: “The new BT Aura 1500 is the perfect option for anyone looking for a sleek, stylish cordless telephone that’s practical to boot. It has a large, crystal clear colour screen and a wide range of other smart and practical features – so anyone who chooses the Aura 1500 is sure to be impressed.”

As well as being able to store up to 50 incoming call details, the BT Aura 1500 also has a caller display feature enabling you to see just who’s calling even when you’re already on the phone. Messages recorded on its answering machine can be accessed from an external phone using the remote playback feature, and can be played back either through the handset or the base.

What’s more, the BT Aura 1500 is designed for maximum energy efficiency and even comes in recyclable packaging – so you needn’t worry about its impact on the environment. Other features which come with the BT Aura 1500 include conference calling, hold music, caller groups, PIN-protected base settings and call screening.

The BT Aura 1500 Single is available from BT Shop now for £49.99 – a £10 saving on the recommended retail price – while the BT Aura 1500 Twin unit is on sale at £69.99. You can also pick up a Trio set for £94.99, while the BT Aura 1500 Quad unit is available at £114.99.

Via EPR Network
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