This has all you need for a phone, although it's not cordless, so it's best sitting on a desk, like mine. It can be used in a place where more phones are connected into one unit, such as an office, but it works well in the household as a land line phone.
The phone looks the part too, with the 12 button on the front, surrounded on either side by such buttons as the volume, hands free,(speaker), phone book and more.
The screen is a good size for the information that it shows. That being the number that is calling you, how many calls, the time and date and more.
It has such things as 10 number memory, last number redial, phone book connection, number storage and more.
The call quality is great, but as it's a landline you would expect nothing less. The build quality is pretty good too, and it looks nice.
The screen is good enough so that you know what is happening, or who is calling, or what number you are calling. So as a landline phone it's great, but as for a cordless, well, it's not, so it's not great as a cordless, which is what more homes have these days.
You can hang this on a wall as it has two slots in the bottom side which allow if to hook onto some screws that you put into the wall and, with the flick of a small bit of plastic underneath the handset, the handset has something to hook onto too.
If you want a landline corded phone then this is not so bad, although for £30 there are lower cost ones that do as well, if not better.
This BT phone is no longer available. It seems the only 2-line phone available in the UK is the ATL Delta 700. (In the US a number of 2-line phones are available, but not here alas!). If you are thinking of buying a 2-line phone watch out for phones that will only work as part of a telephone system, or IP phones that do not work on standard BT lines.