TelcoDepot.com, an ecommerce VoIP equipment and VoIP service provider, has launched a new collection of Yealink (News - Alert) business VoIP phone solutions on its website.
Company officials said that TelcoDepot.com now offers award-winning Yealink VoIP phone systems for hosted PBX (News - Alert), IP PBX and other VoIP applications for businesses.
Yealink is an award-winning brand that stands out when it comes to the overall quality of their phone system products and business calling features.
TelcoDepot (News - Alert).com now stocks entry-level and advanced business VoIP phones from Yealink for Hosted PBX or IP PBX VoIP applications.
"At TelcoDepot.com, we provide our clients with dynamic VoIP phone systems and VoIP solutions that are optimized for them and grow with them while remaining relevant to their operations over time,” said Yaron Ram, a TelcoDepot.com principal, in a statement.
“Our Yealink VoIP phone solutions provide an affordable, straightforward and painless transition to VoIP for businesses of any size," said Ram.
Telco Depot is a leading supplier of quality business telephone systems, business VoIP service, VoIP phones, phone headset equipment, video surveillance systems, voice and data cabling solutions, conference phone solutions and Microsoft (News - Alert) Response Point Systems.
TMCnet recently reported that TelcoDepot has introduced an expanded range of Snom IP-PBX VoIP solutions for businesses of any size.
SnomOne IP-PBX solutions from TelcoDepot.com provide all the key features of a modern communications system including conferencing, voicemail, paging and standard business calling features, according to company officials.
Some of the key features of the virtual PBX solution include conference rooms, auto-attendants, hunt groups, call queues, hot-desking, voicemail-to-email, call screening, call redirections, call presence, call monitoring, paging, and more.
The new solutions come complete with enhanced VoIP services, support, discount and shipping options.
Anil Sharma is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of his articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Rich Steeves