Yealink SIP-T22P 3-Line VoIP Phone
Yealink SIP-T22P 3-Line VoIP Phone Overview:
The Yealink T22P is a PoE enabled advanced SIP phone featuring 3 SIP lines and HD voice hardware and software support. The Yealink T22P features an intuitive user interface and enhanced functionality which make it easy for people to interact and maximize productivity.
This Yealink T2x Series is enabled for enhanced high-fidelity audio, outsourced management options, flexible deployment and third-party communications applications. As a cost effective IP Solution, it helps users to streamline business processes, delivering a powerful and consistent communications experience for small and large office environments.
Yealink SIP-T22P Features and Functions:
- 3 Line Appearances
- Dual-port 10/100 Ethernet
- Yealink Optima HD Voice Supported
- Up to 3 SIP accounts
- Full-duplex hands-free speakerphone
- No expansion modules supported
- RJ9 Headset Port
- 132x64 graphic LCD display
- Wall mountable
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- High Definition
- Backlit Display
- Color Display
- Touchscreen Display
- Protocols Supported
- # of Ethernet Ports
- PoE (IEEE 802.3af), Power Supply Included
- Headset Interface
- EHS Support
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Why Pay $109.00 for the Yealink SIP-T22P?
3 SIP lines
PoE enabled and includes an AC Power adapter for flexibility
Features HD Voice
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We just bought 10 of these through this website and we use comvoice for the service.
They function very well and sound VERY clear ( unlike our poly coms )
great office phones
I just got 12 of these and I must say they are really good for the money. I was going to go with the t26 but I decided my employees don't do that much transferring.
Overall a great Asterisk phone
I bought this for less than the $109.00 price and was a good deal. It works with POE and the voice is clear and fairly easy to setup. I manually provisioned on a small FreePBX system. I like the visual it gives you if the phone is out of range for the POE voltage. It simply does not connect to the LAN. The Cisco SPA504G connects but does occasional drops and hang then restart. At least the Yealink does not connect right off the bat! Display is bright and easy to read. I would buy more if the price was lower. Unfortunately I will source elsewhere. I do like VoipSupply but they got to remain competitive.
These phones are EXCELLENT for offices and calls. THey are very usable and comod
I like them
I have been using the T22 on my desk for the past 6 months and have really had no issue. Great sound quality and even better price. Works just as well as my higher priced Polycoms.