Quite honestly, there are as many options for VoIP phones as there are options for phones on the PTSN and ISDN networks.
So yes, there are wireless VoIP phone Brisbane options available. Cisco is one of the heavy hitters when it comes to VoIP phones generally and it’s no exception when we’re talking wireless VoIP phones.
The Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phone is one rugged piece of equipment best suited to VoWLAN networks, like in a large business campus, and retails at a whopping $900+.
Siemens Gigaset is an impressive alternative for the in-office or in-home based handset, managing 3 parallel calls at once as well as access to Internet data features and an answering machine. It has a much more palatable price tag, too, retailing at around the $250 mark.
If you’re really serious about changing over your handsets, contact your telecommunications provider first.
Many, including Maxo Telecommunications offer handsets as part of monthly subscriptions. Our team of professionals, at IT Services Brisbane, are experts in set up of VoIP Phone Systems.
VoIP phones Brisbane are becoming a popular choice for home phone users as well as the need for a landline becomes increasingly redundant.
The humble landline has served us well but now, only half of the households in Australia have one. New research indicates that landlines may become completely obsolete by 2037, following a steady decline in use.
While the old copper lines might still be in existence, by this time, mobile and VoIP phones will become the norm. We actually already do this: Facetime, Skype and Microsoft Teams all use VoIP technology and are used regularly within households and businesses. Contact IT Services Brisbane today for your VoIP IT Solutions for your home and business.