PLNCT14

Plantronics CT14 Standard Phone - 1.90 GHz - DECT 6.0

1 x Phone Line - Caller ID

Reg. Price $159.95

Our Price $114.44 EachEach

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Convertible wearing style can be worn over-the-head or over-the-ear
Lets you make or take calls up to 300' away from the charging base
Includes integrated, noise-canceling headset
Telephone system won't interfere with wireless network or home appliances
Offers up to 10 hours of talk time with CallerID, redial, mute and volume controls
  • Additional Info
SKU
PLNCT14
Manufacturer
Plantronics, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number
80057-01
Brand Name
Plantronics
Product Model
CT14
Product Type
Standard Phone
Recycled
No
Features
Conference Call
Screen Type
LCD

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Plantronics CT14 Standard Phone - 1.90 GHz - DECT 6.0
 
3.9

(based on 65 reviews)

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82%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Phone/Headset Connection Point

I bought the CT14 a few years ago. In the last 6-8 months, had problems with the connection between the headset and phone. I saw several complaints on the forum with the...Read complete review

I bought the CT14 a few years ago. In the last 6-8 months, had problems with the connection between the headset and phone. I saw several complaints on the forum with the same problem. I am purchasing a a replacement today. But, I spoke with tech support to ask if Plantronics had remedied the problem with the phone and he said there were no reports of this problem on the forum. I just reviewed the forum again today and saw 3 reviews with this issue. Please Plantronics, fix this problem. I don't want to have to continually replace this phone due this issue. Thank you. 

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Almost Great.

Love almost everything about this phone. Comfortable, good sound quality and insane battery life. But, get this. You can't use the phone to set up a 3 way call. On the cheapest...Read complete review

Love almost everything about this phone. Comfortable, good sound quality and insane battery life. But, get this. You can't use the phone to set up a 3 way call. On the cheapest of phones, you can call one person, "flash" the call, then call another person, "flash" the call again and be set up for 3 way calling. It's almost impossible to believe that this phone, from one of the most successful and experienced phone companies in the world, can't do this simple function. Oh well, time to look for alternatives.

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5.0

purchased battery

By tricia

from Undisclosed

Comments about Plantronics CT14 Standard Phone - 1.90 GHz - DECT 6.0:

Last time I bought a no name brand battery and it did not last that long this time I bought Plantronics hopefully this will last much longer!

 
5.0

the best

By Felton Farmer

from Felton, Calif.

Comments about Plantronics CT14 Standard Phone - 1.90 GHz - DECT 6.0:

This is the second one of these I've bought for our home. Very comfortable, excellent sound quality, and fantastic range. My wife and I use ours in the house, out in the garden, and all the way down in the goat pen. Always works, always clear broadcast/reception. This is the best, most trouble free, headset telephone I've had.

 
5.0

Love the freedom of this hands free phone

By Roxy

from Blue Ridge, VA, United States

Comments about Plantronics CT14 Standard Phone - 1.90 GHz - DECT 6.0:

Love this phone and am happy that I can replace the battery on it. Have been using this phone and the ones prior to this version for over 10 years and haven't found a better portable for my needs.

 
5.0

Works great

By DonnaG

from Westford, MA, United States

Comments about Plantronics CT14 Standard Phone - 1.90 GHz - DECT 6.0:

I have had my phone forever and the battery died. Needed a new one.

 
5.0

Great value

By 579carmen

from Los Angeles, CA, United States

Comments about Plantronics CT14 Standard Phone - 1.90 GHz - DECT 6.0:

glad the company sell on-line. Also, very thankful for fast delivery.

 
4.0

Good while it lasted...

By Becie

from Van Nuys, CA

Comments about Plantronics CT14 Standard Phone - 1.90 GHz - DECT 6.0:

I have had my set for about three years. I absolutely love it, but the cord became unstable---I had to hold it in a certain position after the three years to get transmission; people could hear me, but I was unable to hear them. The warranty is only for one year. I recommend with reservations; if one knows the product will require replacement in a few years time, it's fabulous.

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5.0

Convenient, low key

By JillieB

from Seattle, WA

Comments about Plantronics CT14 Standard Phone - 1.90 GHz - DECT 6.0:

In 20 years I have bought 2 of these phones for my home. They are so easy to use and just make life easier when trying to get things done around the house and have a conversation.

 
5.0

Very Pleased

By Terry 5722

from Ohio, United States

Comments about Plantronics CT14 Standard Phone - 1.90 GHz - DECT 6.0:

I've had the CT-14 for at least 15 years and it works fantastic. I like everything about it. I experienced the issue where the cord plugs into the phone but it was due to abuse by one of my kids not because of a design flaw. This is a small compact unit and should be handled with care. I either put it in my shirt pocket or clipped it to my belt and when it rang it was very easy to answer. I finally wore the phone out due to age. The only reason I don't have one now is I became disabled and cannot afford the phone. I would recommend this phone to anyone

 
1.0

Background static, small cumbersome number pad

By Anonymous

from Vermont, United States

Comments about Plantronics CT14 Standard Phone - 1.90 GHz - DECT 6.0:

Bought this to replace an aging headset that plugged into a cordless phone. Background static was terrible, small number pad was cumbersome to use. Phone book has limited numeral capacity so programming in conference call and pass code was a no go.

 
4.0

Works great, but for a short period of time

By LouH

from Undisclosed

Comments about Plantronics CT14 Standard Phone - 1.90 GHz - DECT 6.0:

I have owned three of these units, and just ordered a fourth. For work I need the flexibility of cordless and this comes closest to what I need. I also had the Calisto Pro phone, which eventually failed to hold a charge even with new batteries. So if you purchase the CT14 just keep in mind that it will eventually need replacement is probably a shorter period of time than you would imagine.

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