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As we all know, the biggest advantage of using WiFi phones is ease of use. If you know how to use a cellular phone, you are certainly able to learn how to use a WiFi phone quickly. Especially when you are happy with your WLAN the way it is and want to get more use out of it without adding new infrastructures, WiFi phones will be perfect for you.

After all the discussion about the two main types of wireless VoIP phones: DECT and WiFi, and how to select a wireless phone in the previous blog posts, you might be wondering what WiFi phone options are available. So, in this blog post, we will feature our four popular WiFi phones at VoIP Supply. Let’s check it out!

Popular Wireless IP Phones for WiFi VoIP Calling

Yealink T5 Series

The T5 Series is the latest smart media phones Yealink released this year that highlights a heads-up screen for better user experience and a two-megapixel adjustable camera and screen. The whole series comes with a WiFi connectivity.

Read our blog to learn more details: The Yealink T5 Series Strikes an Exquisite Balance Between Simplicity and Sophistication!

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  • Up to 7 inch (1024 x 600) capacitive adjustable touch screen
  • 720p30 HD video
  • Runs Android 5.1.1
  • Built-in Bluetooth 4.0+ for headsets and pairing mobile devices
  • Built-in WiFi (802.11b/g/n)
  • USB 2.0 port (2.0 compliant)
  • Up to 16 VoIP accounts
  • Up to 5-party video/audio mixed conferencing and up to 3-party video conferencing

Ascom I62 WiFi Handset WH1-AADA

Designed with safety, health, and security in mind, Ascom I62 is built to be a reliable and versatile WiFi VoIP phone that meets extraordinary demands of hospital staff, secure establishments, and industrial facilities.

The I62 handset provides an intuitive user interface with a  large color display to simplify complex features. Its centralized management allows users to upgrade and configure the system seamlessly without interrupting their daily operations.

  • VoWiFi Handset (Talker, Messenger, Protector) with voice, personal alarm and messagingascom-i62
  • Supports WiFi standard a/b/g/n radio• TFT colour display
  • Cleanable, IP 44• Upgradeable by licenses
  • Dynamic output power according to 802.11h
  • Push button alarm, with ability to send different alarm types
  • Automatic call after alarm
  • Location (AP, Ekahau RTLSe and Cisco MSE)
  • Interactive Messaging
  • Coloured Messaging

Download the I62 Datasheet

Grandstream GXV3240

The GXV3240 is a multimedia Gigabit VoIP video phone that comes with integrated WiFi, a built-in web browser, and HDMI connectivity. With up to 6 SIP accounts including FREE IPVideoTalk account with video mail, the GXV3240 is a well-known, all-in-one video, voice, data and mobility solution.

  • 6 lines with up to 6 SIP accounts including FREE IPVideoTalk account with video mailGrandstream GXV3240
  • Phonebook with up to 1000 contacts and call history with up to 1000 records
  • Up to 6-way audio conference and 3-way video conference
  • Dual switched auto-sensing 10/100/1000Mbps network ports
  • WiFi (802.11b/g/n), PoE+, Bluetooth, USB, SD, HDMI, EHS with Plantronics headsets support
  • Support for up to 4 cascaded GXP2200 EXT modules
  • 4.3″ (480×272) capacitive (5 points) touch screen TFT LCD
  • Megapixel CMOS sensor camera with privacy shutter

Unidata Incom ICW-1000G

Another great WiFi phone choice is the INCOM ICW-1000G, a WiFi VoIP phone that can be used to provide users with mobility across a wide range of deployments. The SIP-based ICW-1000G supports 802.11a/b/g/n, has a built-in speakerphone and many popular call handling features:

  • Polyphonic MIDI Ring/Vibration ringerincom-1000g
  • Simultaneous bell and vibration effects
  • Hotkey for vibration and ring toggling
  • Adjustable ringing and volume levels
  • Adjustable display brightness and timeout
  • 100 call history of inbound, outbound and missed call
  • 500 phone book with 30 grouping

Download the ICW-1000G User’s Manual

Can’t find your ideal WiFi VoIP phones? Give our VoIP experts a call today at 1-800-398-8647, we will be happy to assist. Meanwhile, if you’d like to learn more about VoIP WiFi solutions, check out our FREE Wireless VoIP Guide!

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network“Hello…? I am sorry, could you say that again?” We’ve all had the experience – having trouble hearing each other over a phone call. Nothing is worse than asking your important client who you are able to close a huge deal with to repeat himself/herself again after you have asked twice.

So how can you avoid that embarrassing moment? While call quality is affected by multiple factors, bandwidth is one of the most important elements to look at. In order to have excellent call quality, you must have adequate network bandwidth. Let’s learn how to calculate the network bandwidth you will need to ensure an interruption-free communication experience!

How to Calculate Network Bandwidth

Here’s a simple equation to estimate how much bandwidth is sufficient for your VoIP. Be aware of the trade-off between the sound quality and the bandwidth you need.

Required Minimum Bandwidth = The Number of Concurrent Calls X 100 Kbps (kilobits per second)

service-guide-imageEx: If you need 5 concurrent calls, you will need at least 5 x 100 Kbps bandwidth to support your calls. Remember to add some buffer to it in case you experience some unexpected busy times.

For those of you who want to have a more precise calculation, you can ask your potential VoIP service provider how large their voice packets are, then multiply that number by how many simultaneous calls you will be making to see how much bandwidth your VoIP calls will use.

(More Precise) Required Bandwidth = The Number of Concurrent Calls X The Size of your Voice Packets (Kbps, kilobits per second)

It’s just that simple. If you still have questions feel free to download our VoIP service guide or just call our VoIP experts at 1-800-398-8647. We will be thrilled to answer your questions for you!

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