I can offer almost any brand of SIP phone. Phones from the following vendors work with Asterisk systems. I have photos of some of my favorites.
These are some of the features available: BLF, multiple line buttons, hold button, conferencing, speakerphone, HD voice, power over Ethernet support, distinctive ringtones for internal and various types of external calls, Bluetooth, WiFi, web, SMS, or email access, an extra network port for a computer, headset support, programmable buttons, quick dial keys, custom software, XML provisioning, VPN support, color screens, touch screens, busy lamp indicators, extension modules and more. Asterisk and Allworx also work with soft-phones (running on your PC or iPhone or Android device).
I use a Yealink T46G at my desk. It is my personal favorite. I like the way it looks. It sounds great and is very easy to use. Set up on it was a piece of cake and included the ability to have my logo on the display. I also have an Aastra 6757i and a Polycom IP320 phone. They are both solid functional great sounding IP Phones. I also own two wireless Yealink T52P handsets. These are by far the best DECT based handsets I have ever used. Great range and great sound. One of my clients uses Aastra 6739i touch color display phones. They are in a class by themselves. Perfect.
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