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Topic # 105199 29-Jun-2012 08:15
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Friend owns a pharmacy and is spending $700/month on internet, and phone bills.  I thought perhaps he could replace his main line at least with some sip phones.  They want mainly cordless phones and I was wondering about this one.  It seems to be on special at present.  Anyone can comment on how well it works, and voice clarity?  They don't need a pbx as it's just one open shop so no need to transfer between phones so perhaps get 5 handsets.  They currently only have 2 lines so this would give them 3 concurrent calls.  Could this register with WXC using Open VFX?

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  Reply # 647981 29-Jun-2012 08:23
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Yes it can, we actually did the beta for Panasonic on these , they weren't popular because of the price point




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  Reply # 647982 29-Jun-2012 08:25
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Great.  So, they would need 2 numbers to get 3-4 concurrent calls?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 647987 29-Jun-2012 08:34
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Yup




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  Reply # 648460 29-Jun-2012 21:05
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I have a very similar unit in our cafe.  If you're based in central Auckland I'd be happy to let you have a play with it.






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  Reply # 667842 5-Aug-2012 16:57
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Ok, phone has arrived and the users can't get it working, and have brought it my house.

But I can't get it working either .... says registering but doesn't register.  The base unit is steadily flashing amber.
I've entered all the credentials as sent to them.

Is there a set up guide?

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  Reply # 667871 5-Aug-2012 18:10
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With the manual I got it working.  LineID has to be the phone number.  That's where I tripped up.

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  Reply # 667922 5-Aug-2012 19:52
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"Great.  So, they would need 2 numbers to get 3-4 concurrent calls?"


This depends on the connection "CIR" and limits set by the provider.

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