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Canadian TDE100 and American KX-T7636 compatibility?

Canadian TDE100 and American KX-T7636 compatibility?

Canadian TDE100 and American KX-T7636 compatibility?

(OP)
I have a prospective Canadian client looking to buy some of the KX-T7636 phones from me to use on his KX-TDE100 system.

The question is - Will the American version of the KX-T7636 phones work on the Canadian version of the KX-TDE100?

I think the answer is yes but need to know for sure.

TIA,
- Mark

RE: Canadian TDE100 and American KX-T7636 compatibility?

I know one thing you plug usa phones into a bootleg
canadian system you can kiss your warantee goodbye!!

RE: Canadian TDE100 and American KX-T7636 compatibility?

(OP)
FYI - The system and the client is in Ontario, Canada.

He's looking for the phones in white which his Canadian supplier says are not available in CA anymore.

I'm looking to see if the phones will be compatible.

RE: Canadian TDE100 and American KX-T7636 compatibility?

sounds like a snowball to me!

RE: Canadian TDE100 and American KX-T7636 compatibility?

Tell the client that WHITE is no longer available and that once you've gone black you'll never go back!

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