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Topic # 161740 18-Jan-2015 11:41
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I have a few VoIP lines with 2talk and I'm looking for a physical VoIP phone to make and receive calls from them.

Ideal Requirements

 

  • Support at least 4 lines and easily select outgoing line / identify incoming line.
  • Corded headset (not cordless)
  • Ethernet (not Wifi)
Any recommendations?

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  Reply # 1216906 18-Jan-2015 12:51
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I bought a Grandstream GXV3275 on the strength of ajobbins review with no regrets whatsoever. I see they are about $US210 on Amazon at the moment. Pretty good value for money IMO.  

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  Reply # 1216966 18-Jan-2015 15:01
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Yealink T46

Dam good phone for the money. Don't bother going for the touchscreen T48 - the touch screen sucks.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1217038 18-Jan-2015 18:16
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chevrolux: Yealink T46

Dam good phone for the money. Don't bother going for the touchscreen T48 - the touch screen sucks.

Yep, my pick too :)




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