- New VTech® product line opens the door to innovative home communication
Led by the Industry's First Video Doorbell Cordless Phone, Diversified 2013 Product Line Adds to Consumers' Security, Mobile Connectivity and High Quality Communication Options
BEAVERTON, Ore., May 7, 2013 – VTech® Communications, Inc. today announced availability of its 2013 line of phone systems with highlights including Connect to Cell™ systems, a new video doorbell phone and vibrant colors to enhance the home or office. VTech Communications, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of VTech Holdings Ltd. (HKSE: 303), is the largest U.S. cordless phone manufacturer and an industry leader that delivers full-featured products at accessible prices...
- Telecommunications inustry embraces VTech's Connect To Cell trademarked phrase
Shared Language to Help Consumers Understand Bluetooth Connectivity Across Brands
BEAVERTON, Ore., April 23, 2013 – The telecommunications industry, manufacturers and retailers will begin using VTech® Communications' trademarked Connect to Cell phrase to support common consumer understanding of cellphone syncing capabilities with home phones. Working with retail partners, VTech Communications, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of VTech Holdings Ltd. (HKSE: 303) agreed to sub-license the trademarked descriptor to other manufacturers in support of a unified industry language...
- Caregiver and senior problem-solving opportunities revealed in new VTech communication survey
Caregivers Cite Desire to Help More and Address Communication Needs of Seniors Wanting to Age in Place
BEAVERTON, Ore., January 8, 2013 – More than 60 percent of caregivers spend at least nine hours with a senior a week, but both groups see ways to improve the time apart, according to a survey1 exploring communications challenges and perceptions in senior-caregiver relationships. The survey was conducted by VTech® Communications, a wholly owned subsidiary of VTech Holdings Ltd. (HKSE: 303) and fielded by independent market research firm Toluna...
- VTECH ANNOUNCES FY2012 ANNUAL RESULTS
Record Revenue for the Second Consecutive Year
- VTECH® unveils 2012 product line featuring unique design styles and easy-to-use connect to cell™ SYSTEMS
2012 Cordless Phone Systems Push the Envelope in Home Communication with a Chic Retro Design, Vibrant Colors, Cell Phone Connectivity and Built-In Cordless Headsets
- VTech Kicks off the New Year With Extra Incentives for Its SMB Partner Program
Aggressive Q1 Pricing Promotion and Flexible Financing Options Equip Channel Partners to Help Small Businesses Meet Their Telecommunications Needs in 2012
- Gear up with Special Deals on the Best Cordless Phones
VTech® announces Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals on best-selling DECT 6.0 cordless phones
- 'Tis the Season for Reconnecting With a Phone Call
According to survey, nearly half of consumers ranked a phone call as the best present a distant friend or family member could give them for the holidays
- VTech's New Connect-To-CELL™ Cordless Phone System
2011 Cordless Phone Line Offers Affordable, Stylish and Feature-Rich Systems Fitting a Variety of Lifestyles and Needs
BEAVERTON, Ore., May 10, 2011 – VTech® Communications, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of VTech Holdings Ltd. (HKSE: 303) and the largest U.S. cordless phone manufacturer, today introduced its latest selection of innovative home communication systems designed to deliver the best sound quality, security, range and style in cordless phones, all priced under $100.
VTech’s most feature-rich phone, the new DS6421-3 system, allows consumers to answer cellular calls with the quality and reliability of a landline phone, while delivering enhanced features such as push-to-talk (PTT) “walkie-talkie” capability for immediate communication throughout the house and...
- Escaping Digital Overload In The New Year:
VTech encourages people to reconnect with the ones that matter most,as Americans rank being constantly accessible for work and keeping up with technology changes as top tech stressors
BEAVERTON, Ore., January 11, 2011 – According to a new survey1 conducted by independent market research firm Toluna and the No. 1 U.S. cordless phone manufacturer VTech Communications, Americans are feeling overwhelmed by the constant accessibility and influx of digital information of the 21st century. In fact, when asked to rank the most stressful technologyrelated issues, consumers cited “being constantly accessible for work” and “keeping up with all the technology changes” as the top two sources of stress (33 percent and 20 percent, respectively).
This issue hit closest to home for 25-to-34-year-olds – nearly a quarter (23 percent) said that they now spend more time working because of today's technology capabilities. Yet, the newest digital tools that keep consumers constantly connected also may be the least desired. When asked what they could “live without for a day,” 33 percent of survey respondents chose social networking and 28 percent chose text messaging.
The feeling of being buried by a constant deluge of information is becoming universal. Created to teach consumers to remember and embrace the art of...