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Topic # 64905 25-Jul-2010 12:17
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Techlust has these on special for $133.70 (including shipping) at the moment which seems like a pretty good price, does anyone have any experience with what these phones are like? I currently use a Siemens C470IP but I'd like to get something for my desk that has handsfree.

Sbiddle was doing a review of it's big brother the T28P, but I can't find any reviews of the T20P.

Disclaimer: I have no connection to Techlust, I just like new toys!

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  Reply # 356069 25-Jul-2010 14:10
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The Yealink phones are nice. I've only briefly played with a T20 for a few minutes unlike the T28 which I'd played with for a couple of weeks.

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  Reply # 356193 25-Jul-2010 21:06
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The Yealink phones are good.

Be aware that the T20P may not come with a wall wart power adapter.

Fee free to let me know if you want any help.

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  Reply # 365827 10-Aug-2010 12:43
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I ended up going for a better model and ordering the T22P from NiceGear, it's a great phone, very impressed. The only thing that tripped me up was the user manual says the default user/pass is admin/admin, but it was actually admin/{blank} - I was swearing at it for a few seconds while I tried the standard passwords.

Hads your service was excellent, ordered on Saturday, shipped on Monday, arrived here before 9am today (Tuesday), can't fault it!

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  Reply # 365829 10-Aug-2010 12:49
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Glad to hear you're happy with the T22P, I think they are great phones. The T22P has a nicer screen than the T20P.

Sorry about the password thing, I ran into the same issue too and was scratching my head. We talked to Yealink and apparently a few of them slipped out of the factory without the password being set. I'm about to post on our blog to make sure it's publicised.

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  Reply # 367579 14-Aug-2010 15:40
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Recently bought a T20.  Goes great!  Easy setup.  No issues.  I have it running on 2Talk.

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  Reply # 367758 15-Aug-2010 10:45
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They are probably one of the easiest to setup phones I've seen. Quite neat that they don't have to reboot when you change settings too.

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