VOIP or landline phones & BT Home Hub issues
Not a bad group test. However I don't think it has been made clear that some of these phones (BT Hub Phone and Philips VoIP321 are two...) are primarily designed as VOIP phones. Whereas some of them are standard landline DECT phones. For some of the phones this is mentioned, for others it is not. It would also be good to see a comparison table for things like battery life, speakerphone volume comparison, phone book capacity, features etc.
I would be interested to hear from anyone what has used the BT Hub Phone with the BT Broadband Talk service. In my experience it is a decent enough phone. The sound quality over VOIP is not as clear as my old Philips DECT phone on a landline. But it is manageable. What is not acceptable is the fact that the BT Hub Phone (or possibly the Home Hub itself) drop calls after around 50 minutes +. I have been using mine for conference calls for work and it has been pretty embarrassing getting logged off a conference call because your phone handset/hub has crashed. Disappointing.