First Look: snom 715

January 28, 2014 by Taylor Hamp

Due to the popular success of the 7xx Series advanced line of IP phones, snom released the newest addition in Q1 of 2014. The snom 715 is a feature rich 4-line VoIP phone designed specifically to meet the needs and provide the functionality for any small or large business deployment.

What is it?

The snom 715 is an entry-level VoIP phone with all the features you need, just dialed back to make this phone affordable to everyone. Along with handling up to 4 simultaneous calls, the snom 715 has 5 freely programmable keys, call indication with LED, HD audio, speakerphone, multiple audio device support, speed dialing, caller id, call waiting, call forwarding, 3-way conference, extension monitoring and pickup, call park, multicast paging, do not disturb mode, Client Matter Code (CMC) and is Unified Communications Ready.

As an entry-level phone, the snom 715 is low maintenance with automatic software upgrades and automatic loading of settings via HTTP/HTTPS/TFTP. With unparalleled audio quality alongside the new functionality, the 715 is guaranteed to be a real hit.

snom 715

snom 715

  • Four-line backlit B/W display
  • 4 identities (lines)
  • 5 freely programmable function keys with LEDs, 4 context-sensitive function keys
  • Wideband HD audio
  • Speakerphone
  • Power over Ethernet (PoE)
  • WLAN / Bluetooth Headset ready
  • Gigabit switch
  • XML Minibrowser
  • USB Port

Who is it for?

The snom 715 VoIP phone is going to work out pretty well for a lot of people. The snom 715 comes with an integrated Gigabit switch providing a no-lag PC connection and advanced remote management and provisioning capabilities including full support for TR-069/TR-111 make this phone an ideal endpoint for service providers of hosted VoIP deployments as well as large multi-site installations.

Snom BT Bundle at VoIP Supply

The easy use of the snom 715 is going to make it a great option for office use, shop use, and anywhere a desk is involved. 4-lines make for excellent business usage, the black/white display screen menu-driven user interface is user friendly, and offers headset compatibility with either a wired headset for a 4PAC connector or it can support a wireless headset via USB BT adapter or the snom EHS Advanced, ideal for business environments that call for employees to move about within a building.


The MSRP pricing for the new snom 715 VoIP desktop phone is $139.00, but it will be available at VoIP Supply for the low price of $119.00


The snom 715 will be available for shipping in mid-March. Call 1.800.398.8647 to pre-order today.


  • David Haller

    Is this VoIP phone need for a maintenance? sounds that this is a high end technology specially for business ventures…And with your pricing posted here, a bit pricey, need some elaborated price cost for this…

    • Taylor Hamp

      Hi David,

      This phone will require a bit of maintenance as it’s a higher-end phone from snom. If you’re looking for something that is more of an entry-level, easy to maintain, and lower cost phone, the snom 300 would be a good one to begin at. And of course you can always call on our VoIP experts to help find the features in the price range you’re looking for at 1.800.398.8647; they’re always happy to help! 🙂

  • dorisp angle

    The most interesting thing in your blog about this voip was a Bluetooth device which is really very awesome work, I am a voip users and saving money with it as you know land line cost much more than internet voip phone. Thank you for this nice review with complete details which makes easy for me to select one best.

    • Taylor Hamp

      Hi Dorisp,

      Thanks for your response! We’re happy we can help with your decision making process! 🙂 If you need anything else, our VoIP experts are also just a phone call away.

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