Going Mainstream with VoIP from Grandstream

Diving into VoIP and getting washed ashore is no fun. In this blog, we’ll look at the Grandstream phones that are letting businesses sail on into more productive waters. Enough with the Grandstream puns, and let’s look at some of these phones already.

Grandstream GXP2120

Popularity doesn’t always come at a price. The Grandstream GXP2120 phone is a cost-effective IP phone with HD audio, SIP interoperability and more. This phone provides high-quality VoIP and support for a wide range of SIP-enabled features, without breaking your budget.

Grandstream’s reputation for producing reliable telephony devices rings true with the GXP2120. Deploying this desktop phone is easy; with simple set-up, a PoE power supply to reduce the amount of cabling required, and a smart interface.

Key Features:
-Six line appearances
-SIP interoperability
-PoE power supply
-Dual Ethernet ports
-Auxiliary connections
-HD voice
-Expandable (GXP2020EXT expansion module)

Grandstream GXP2200

It’s powered by Android. Yes, the Grandstream GXP2200 phone brings all of the features you’ve come to expect from a smartphone into a desktop IP phone. This includes apps like YouTube and Skype, games and other downloadable software.

The Android 2.3 operating system installed in the GXP2200 brings a rich, Google-powered operating system to your desktop. Needless to say, the possibilities this phone presents are unparalleled.

Key Features:
-Six line appearances
-SIP interoperability
-PoE power supply
-Dual gigabit-speed Ethernet ports
-Auxiliary connections
-Bluetooth ready
-HD voice
-Expandable (GXP2200EXT expansion module)

Grandstream GXP1450

Following up a desktop phone powered by Android isn’t easy. Luckily, the Grandstream GXP1450 phone is ready for the task. This IP phone is the go-to choice for home office, small businesses or wide deployments.

The affordable Grandstream GXP1450 phone gives desktops HD voice, without the price you’d expect for such a powerful device.

Key Features:
-Two line appearances
-SIP interoperability
-PoE power supply
-Dual Ethernet ports
-Auxiliary connections
-HD voice

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