Why Our Cords Are Better
Which cord do you think is better?
Safety? Right Color? Right Size?
Who makes our cords?
Most phone manufacturers don't make their own phone cords. Often the phone brands that compete with each other, actually buy cords, parts and even complete phones from the same suppliers.
Since most phone makers don't make cords, the cords we sell are not made by the companies that make the phones—but they might be made by the same companies that supply the phone makers.
We feature cords made by Cablesys.
Cablesys is part of ICC, a major supplier of telecom and data installation supplies and tools. ICC was founded in Cerritos, California in 1984 and has a reputation for quality, innovation and value. We've been selling their products for many years, and their products are inside and on the walls of our office. We use them and sell them every day.
Our other brands include Lynn, AT&T, ICC, Siemon, General Electric, Adirondack, Shaxon, Siecor, Axis and others. There are also some products that we've designed ourselves and make ourselves to fill particular needs, or have made for us.
They're all first-quality products and we recommend them highly.
The picture shown here is probably not a phone cord factory. Actually, we're not sure what it is, but it's a cool picture. Its "clip art" from Microsoft.
The use of cellphones has led to acceptance of worse phone call quality than we had 50 years ago.
The snaps, crackles and pops that were once heard only in a bowl of Rice Krispies, are now part of many phone conversations. Unfortunately, there's just not much you can do about the quality of a cellphone conversation. But if the landline calls in your office or at home are suffering because of a stretched-out, stomped-on, chewed-up or rolled-over phone cord, a tiny investment can make a big improvement.
There's just no reason to tolerate static, scratchy sounds and vanishing voices.
There are plenty of places to buy phone cords; and there are big differences in the cords you can buy.
The cords you get in 99-cent stores are seldom the great bargains they seem to be. ■ You probably won't be able to get the right color or the right length. ■ The cords might feel sticky or slimy or smell funny. ■ They start self-destructing as soon as you start using them. ■ Within a few weeks you'll probably have a stretched out mess with static and lost words, all over again.
Quality is always the top priority at CordsForPhones. We're part of AbleComm—the telecom department store, in business since 1977.
We've supplied phone equipment to the White House, military bases, government agencies, universities, large and small businesses, and plenty of people. We know how important phones are, and how important phone cords are; and it bothers us to see people jeopardize the operation of their company or institution by choosing to save a silly few bucks on a phone cord. Really good cords are not really expensive, and SHIPPING is FREE in the USA.
We sell only top-quality cords, from manufacturing facilities that are IS9001 and IS2000 certified to ensure quality and consistency.
The design engineers and production personnel are always training to keep up with industry trends and to improve their skills. The quality control team monitors and analyzes production performance to ensure the highest level of reliability. We are committed to offer quality, defect-free products to meet and exceed our customers' expectations, and most of our cords have three-year warranties. Some even have lifetime warranties!
The connection pins on the modular plugs on our cords are GOLD PLATED to minimize corrosion that could cause intermittent and noisy conversations.
The cords are approved by Underwriters Laboratories, and meet the standards for RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances). The substances that are excluded include lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls, and polybrominated diphenyl ethers.
We want you to be happy.
We don't sell junk.