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An intercom and buzzer system fit for a KIng

Editor's review Page 2 of 3

Published 17 Mar 2013

[cont'd] with roommates, you can use the forwarding mode to have your intercom dial each of you at the same time. So there's no more fighting over who gets the buzzer phone! You can add and remove forwarding numbers quickly and easily. Using the gatekeeper mode, you can have a security system right at your intercom with PIN entry codes for you and your friends. If you are heading out of town and need someone to feed your pets for a while, you can just give them a temporary PIN code and they can let themselves into the building and you can disable the code when you get back. If you often buzz yourself in, you can make sure a dead battery or a misplaced cell phone doesn't ruin your day. For the ultimate in convenience, you can set up your number to use concierge mode, which gives you the multi-phone forwarding capability, as well as the option to enter your PIN code as well. This is great for when you're just stepping outside or are heading out for a run and don't want to be bothered with taking your keys or your mobile with you. If you've ever lost or forgotten your keys after a night out, then the concierge mode is a lifesaver! Ringo is free to try for the first month and the only US$3.99 a month to use after that.
Yeah sure, it could probably be considered...