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We can’t believe it’s that time of year again! Channel Partners is right around the corner and we are thrilled to announce we will be exhibiting.

Time: April 10-13th, 2017

Location: Mandalay Bay, Convention Center, Las Vegas

Booth Number: 250

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What You Can Expect

Our team of VoIP experts will be there to highlight some of the latest and greatest additions to our products and service offerings.

  • Fulfillment by VoIP Supply – Over the years VoIP Supply has added, and expanded on our provisioning and fulfillment capabilities to
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Grandstream PhonesMarch 6, 2017, Grandstream, the leading manufacturer of IP voice and video telephony solutions, released a new DECT HD repeater for beta testing by the Grandstream Beta Club.

The new DECT HD repeater is to be paired with the existing DP750 and DP720 DECT IP phone set, to extend the network signal range and provide users with the highest flexibility, setting them free from the base station without losing Internet connection.

About the Beta Testing

Qualifications: Customers who currently own a DP750 and DP720 DECT IP phone bundle and have broad experience with DECT IP technology especially those who have prior experience with Grandstream DECT IP phone products.

Availability: 50 units of the DECT repeater will be available for shipping to selected testers by late …

Our tech support team at VoIP Supply offers great pre- and post-sales support plus provisioning, consultations, configuration, and installation help. We get a lot of VoIP hardware and software questions and would like to share the solutions with everyone.

In the previous Mom’s calling Q&A series, we have discussed: Is There a Report that Outlines Grandstream Call Logs? Today, we have more new real questions and answers from VoIP users just like you.


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Looking for the whole lists of IP phones from Grandstream? We’ve got you covered! Follow this article to learn all the features and functions of Grandstream’s IP phones and the best workplace environments for each of their models. You will find the three main series: The GXP1600 series basic IP phones, the GXP1700 series mid-range IP phones, and the GXP2100 high-end IP phones.

The GXP1600 Series Basic IP Phones

Designed for small businesses who don’t require advanced features, the GXP1600 series are simple, easy-to-use IP phones that satisfy your basic needs of VoIP. The GXP1600 series comes with 3-way conferencing and easy no touch provisioning with other Grandstream products.


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There comes a time in everyone’s life where we have to say goodbye. Whether it’s saying goodbye to the car you’ve been driving for 10 years, the leftover pizza you have been saving in your fridge for a week, or even sometimes it can be time to say goodbye to your desk phone!

But saying goodbye doesn’t always have to be a bad thing. Maybe you’re saying goodbye because you are getting into your first brand new car! Or maybe you are ordering a new pizza from your favorite pizza joint! Or maybe, just maybe, you are upgrading your desk phone to something more modern and more user-friendly!

I would be lying if I said I didn’t want to finish this blog writing about all …

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Fiction: You NEED a session border controller (SBC)

If you are a small business or are installing a VoIP system in your home, there is no need for an SBC. An SBC is a great device (or virtual appliance) because it masquerades your internal VoIP infrastructure. In basic terms, a SIP trunk from a provider terminates to the SBC, which …

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Using a SFB optimized VoIP phone can not only increase your call quality, but also make your work more effective and efficient. In this multi-media world, communication is more than just talking on the phone. Outlook integration, Instant Message, Voicemail and Videomail are just some of the useful features countless professionals are benefiting from using an optimized IP phone.

So, follow us to explore the best SFB-optimized IP phones that can give you a better communication experience!


The Polycom VVX600

Polycom VVX 600

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Amherst, NY – For the month of February VoIP Supply, North America’s leading Voice over Internet Protocol solutions provider, donated time serving the Niagara Frontier community lunch!

As WNY’s first certified B Corp, VoIP Supply is committed to helping the communities that they serve. The VoIP Supply team joined with other local community members to help out at the Community Missions of Niagara Frontier.


Since 1925 the Community Missions has been serving the Niagara Community in many different ways, from providing meals to a place for people to get back on their feet. The agency serves a diverse set of populations, including youth, adults, families, homeless, youth involved with the juvenile justice system, youth and adults with psychiatric disabilities, persons living with HIV/AIDS, and ex-offender …

One phrase that you might find popping up more and more these days is “Bring your own device.” As an acronym, or VoIPism, this is also known as BYOD. While this VoIPism has been around for almost a decade, it is more relevant today than ever before. The term is simple. Bring your own device, and it means exactly that.

More and more businesses are allowing employees to use their own devices at work. In fact, more and more businesses encourage it! By employees using their own laptops, tablets and smartphones, this not only cuts costs for businesses, but it allows employees to bring their office with them, wherever they go!

No matter if you are working from home, traveling, or vacationing on a sand …

These days it seems that conference phones are becoming more and more flashy. Some of the newer conference phones that I’ve seen remind me of spaceships, or at least something that you would expect to see on the Star Trek Enterprise.

Even with all the bells and whistles these new conference phones have, it can be easy to sometimes overlook the basic things that a phone can do.

Let’s take the Polycom RealPresence Trio 8800 for example:

RealPresence Trio 880

This conference phone is really awesome, and with a price point of just under $1,200 – it should be. This thing has everything from video calls, recording audio calls and content sharing to being able to connect to Bluetooth devices like laptops and tablets. All of these features, …

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