Next Generation SMB IP Phones from Grandstream

August 24, 2011 by Nathan Miloszewski

Wishing you could find some SIP-based IP phones for under $99?  Grandstream answers that call and can you do you one better.

The new Grandstream GXP1100 and GXP1105 entry level HD IP phones are being offered with a list price of $49 and $55, respectively.

If you value HD audio over everything else, these IP phones are for you as they provide neither multiple lines nor an LCD display.

GXP1100/1105 Applications & Features

Billed for small to medium businesses (SMB), lobbies, and hospitality applications the GXP1100 and GXP1105 series is only entry level for the features they don’t have but offer high performance in the features they do have.

There’s only one main difference between the two phones.  The GXP1105 includes POE functionality, thus the slightly higher price tag.  Other than that, with a single SIP account, both phones offer:

  • Up to 2 calls.
  • 4 programmable keys.
  • 7 dedicated functions keys.
  • Clear, HD audio with support for wideband audio.
  • Automated provisioning using TR-069 or AES encrypted XML configuration file, SRTP and TLS for advanced security protection, 802.1x for media access control.

Basic but Powerful

If you have no need for sophisticated multi-line phones with LCD displays, why pay for it?  Grandstream’s GXP1100/1105 series is basic but flexible, high quality, and highly affordable.

These Grandstream IP phones are slated to be available sometime in September 2011.

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