Pyle PRT15I Retro Home Telephone for iPhone/Android/Blackberry and All 3.5mm Cell Phones


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About Pyle PRT15I

Talk on your smartphone with style and eliminate 99% of radiation emitted by your smartphone with the Pyle PRT15I Retro Home Telephone. It's a classically designed retro desktop telephone that works with both your landline and your smartphone, including iPhone, Android and BlackBerry. The base is handcrafted from real wood and the metal is all authentic brushed copper.

Now you can embrace the look of early 20th century telephones with modern technology! One button pickup and transfer between your landline and mobile phone makes operating this phone a breeze. Standard telephone features include last number redial, flash function and ringer high/low selection.

Pyle PRT15I Features

  • Handcrafted Real Wood Base With Brushed Copper Parts
  • Classic Design And Modern Technology
  • Normal Telephone Function
  • Last Number Redial And Flash Function
  • Ringer High/Low Selection
  • One Button Pick-Up/Hang-Up Landline And Mobile Phone, Directly From The Dialpad
  • One Button Transfer Between Landline And Mobile Phones
  • Eliminates Up To 99% Of The Radiation Absorbed By Your Body Compared To Direct Use Of Mobile Phone

Pyle PRT15I Specifications

All 3.5mm Jack Mobile Phones And Computers, Including iPhone, Blackberry, iPad And Latest, MacBooks

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michael k  I would like to buy this phone or one of the other models like it PRT25I or PRT55I. I have an android smart phone with which I want to use your phone. I would like to use this phone when I am not at home and don't have access to an electrical outlet. Does the phone require that it be plugged into an electrical outlet for power? I read the manual for the phone and it doesn't mention needing to be plugged into an electrical outlet, but I want to make sure.
Andrew R  I believe that this unit obtains power through the telephone line connection. Though a power source is not specified, the installation instructions do indicate that the unit needs to be connected to an active phone line.
michael k  Does the active phone line need to be a landline or can it be a cell phone to get power to the unit?
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