The snom D715 is a 4 line Gigabit VoIP phone. The D715 includes wideband HD audio, PoE, and a USB port for for use of USB headsets, the D7 expansion module or WiFi.
snom D715 VoIP Phone Overview
The snom D715 is built to deliver everyday business telephony features critical to today's real-time, information-driven business workforce with HD audio and superior end-to-end call quality. The sleek ergonomically-designed handset has an advanced speaker and microphone system, and the D715 supports a broad range of media codecs, including G.722 wideband codec.
Much like other snom desk phones, the D715 features snom's advanced SIP firmware--IP telephony software that has powered global desktop business communications in office environments of all sizes for over a decade. The snom D715 IP phone comes with a pre-installed security certificate for quick and secure provisioning without manual interaction. The D715 also supports the latest VoIP security protocols to ensure desktop communications.
The snom D715 has now been certified as a "Skype for Business Compatible" VoIP Phone.
snom D715 Features and Functions:
Skype for Business Certified
4-line backlit B/W display
12 SIP identities/accounts
5 freely programmable function keys with LEDs, 4 context-sensitive function keys
Wideband HD audio
Power over Ethernet (PoE)
WLAN/Bluetooth Headset ready (wireless via USB adapter or snom EHS Advanced - not included)
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Why Pay $102.99 for the snom D715?
Wideband HD audio
Supports USB headsets, D7 expansion module & WiFi
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Questions on snom D715
From Matthew Malone at 5/4/2016 8:00 PM
Q: Regarding SIP lines, does this just mean the number of active calls, or is this the the maximum number of "incoming" lines that the phone can possibly access?
A: Hi Matthew,
Regarding the SIP line which would be incoming/outgoing per trunk, if you had 12 trunks then that would be 24, those would be your active calls. So active calls would be 24-25 depending on your bandwidth. It would be 12 IP address for incoming and outgoing essentially.