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Yealink launches new SIP-T40P VoIP phone

03 Sep 15

Unified communication terminal solution provider Yealink has released its latest VoIP phone offering, the Yealink SIP -T40P, offering HD audio quality and an easy-to-use design, designed to perfectly compliment any business’ telephony requirements.

Features onboard the Yealink SIP-T40P include three SIP line appearances, programmable dual-LED keys, PoE support, backlit display, and a headset port with EHS support. 

“The phone’s audio quality makes it sound as though callers are talking in-person,” the company says of the latest phone. 

The SIP – T40P is being marketed as a cost-effective VoIP solution for businesses.

“A simple installation process and advanced security protocols make the Yealink SIP-T40P the total package,” the company says.

“Ready for secure communications across standards-based phone systems such as 3CX and Asterisk.”

The Yealink SIP-T40P is ideal for call centers, cubicles and other mass deployments. The phone’s interface is intuitive and customisable for users of all experience levels.

Provisions and updates are easy to perform, with software catered to IT administrators, Yealink says.

Founded in 2001, Yealink provides unified communications tool across the globe. The company has customers from more than 100 countries worldwide.

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