Panasonic Link2Cell & Saving Calls! (A Giveaway Too)

I know I am not alone with the modern issues of cell phones and home phones. I mean, first off I have too many separate phones to track! Secondly, I don’t get good cell reception everywhere in my house.

This was a huge issue when my dad was sick and when he died. I was getting calls from my step mom on my cell and in order to have a conversation I would have to go outside or kick all my kids out of the living room because that was the only way I could get a signal! But that is no longer my issue at home because technology (and Panasonic) has a solution.

I recently got a Link2Cell KX-TG7742S telephone from Panasonic to review and I love it! At first look it just seems like a standard home phone set up with a base and handsets but it is more than that. You can link your cell phone to it by Bluetooth and it enables all your cell phone calls to go through it. You don’t even have to have a home line to use it.

Set up was extremely easy! First you place the base near the magic spot in your house where you get the best cell reception and therefore where your cell it. You can tie it to up to 2 cells. You punch in a code to pair it to the 1st and then the 2nd while you also pair it from the cellphone side too. That was it. You can even charge your phone off the base if you are out of outlets.

I love that in between rings it will audibly tell you who is calling based on caller id. While I don’t have caller id on my home phone, I do on my cell! I love it because I don’t have to go get the handset to see who is calling. If I am just going to let it ring through to my voice mail I just leave it alone.

You can pick up this phone from Panasonic and see all their options. My set came with a base and 2 handsets. You can also win a Link2Cell phone system here!!!

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(Disclosure: Panasonic gave me a review unit but all thoughts are my own. The prize is from Panasonic and they are responsible for all fulfillment.)


  1. My dead zone is in the bedroom.

  2. Darlene Sullins says:

    Ugh. my dead zone is definitely in my bedroom… T.T

  3. bryan clark says:

    basement is my deadzone

  4. kim fenner says:

    Our house isn’t bad, but when we go to the lake you have to stand in the road to get reception.

  5. in my basement

  6. Cynthia Dubuque says:

    our kitchen, bathroom, my bedroom and basement

  7. Birdiebee says:

    The deadzone is between the livingroom and kitchen.

  8. valerie theberge says:

    The basement is my deadzone.

  9. Tabathia B says:

    when I am in my kitchen

  10. Cell reception in my house is fantastic, except for the basement bathroom. It’s a scary place.

  11. Inside my kitchen and in my basement.

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