These rechargeable AAA batteries for cordless phones are NiMh rechargeable cells and are a high quality replacement for the original cells fitted by the telephone manufacturer. They will improve performance including increasing talk time and standby time between charges. Choose the capacity closest to the cells in your handset, see below. If you are not sure please email us and we will be happy to help.
550mAh AAA Phone Handset Batteries x 2 Infapower®£2.79Add to basket
550mAh AAA Phone Handset Batteries x 4 Infapower£5.41Add to basket
550mAh AAA Phone Handset Batteries x 6 Infapower£8.12Add to basket
750mAh AAA Phone Handset Batteries x 2 GMK®£2.89Add to basket
750mAh AAA Phone Handset Batteries x 4 GMK®£5.69Add to basket
750mAh AAA Phone Handset Batteries x 6 GMK®£8.49Add to basket
750mAh AAA Phone Handset Batteries x 8 GMK®£11.29Add to basket
750mAh AAA Phone Handset Batteries x 10 GMK®£13.99Add to basket
750mAh AAA Phone Handset Batteries x 16 GMK®£21.99Add to basket
How do I choose my rechargeable aaa batteries for cordless phones?
When choosing rechargeable aaa batteries for cordless phones it is important to select the batteries that have a capacity closest to your original batteries. The capacities shown are called nominal capacities, in practice they will work properly over a range of approximately 50mAh to 100mAh above and below the nominal capacity. You can read more on this by clicking on the product and then additional information.
BT recommend that you should change or replace your phone handset batteries every 12 months. In practice in a domestic environment our batteries will last considerably longer than that. When you notice that the talk time is reduced it is time to replace the batteries.
The rechargeable AAA cordless telephone handset batteries that we supply are high performance products.
The rechargeable AAA batteries that we supply are manufactured to the highest standard. They are loosely wound which is the correct design for cordless phones. We supply GMK, Infapower and Sanik AAA telephone batteries.
All three brands are shipped first class Royal Mail. You can find useful information on our home page or in the articles section. If you require more information then please use our contact page.
How do I prolong the lifespan of my rechargeable telephone batteries
Your AAA NiMh rechargeable battery is charged during production in order to test it. Your battery will discharge between the end of the production and the moment you receive it. That is why your battery will have to be charged before you use it. You must use your cordless phone to charge your new AAA battery for 12 to 24 hours before using your phone; this will prolong the life of your battery.
Rechargeable aaa batteries for cordless phones will discharge slowly when not in use. The self-discharge rate is about 1% of the battery’s capacity per day at room temperature. The higher the temperature, the faster your battery will discharge. If you intend to leave your battery for a prolonged period without use then a service charge is recommended. Simply take in to account the self-discharge rate and time between use. You can read more about how to maximise the lifespan of your new NiMh rechargeable battery here.
Rather than supplying original AAA rechargeable telephone batteries, we supply top quality replacement rechargeable aaa batteries for cordless phones. They also represent excellent value and meet or exceed the original specifications. For disposal advice please see our recycling page.
Selecting the Best Batteries
You are in the right place if you need further information please email us and we shall be delighted to help.
NiMh AAA cordless phone handset batteries have a 6 month shelf life (See What Panasonic say). This is why you should only buy what you are going to fit to your phone and use. It is also why you should avoid end of line products or stock found on or in certain non-specialist websites or shops.
In conclusion when you receive the new AAA rechargeable telephone batteries you should follow the guidance and charge them for 24 hours before using your handset to make calls. For full details please refer to the articles page.