Known for its innovative IP phones, Yealink (News - Alert) prides itself in providing its customers with desktop technology integrating the latest voice and video capabilities to streamline and simplify communication in the workplace.
So it’s no surprise that FonAngle, a business VoIP provider for small to medium sized businesses, would choose Yealink’s line of phones to incorporate into its Hosted Office Phone (News - Alert) System. After many rounds of field testing, FonAngle has chosen to utilize Yealink's phones which provide HD Voice quality at an economical price point for FonAngle customers.
"We're excited to offer our new and current Hosted Office Phone System customers a full range of Yealink products," said FonAngle CTO Chris Meyers. "Yealink's new TXXG series of IP phones have a fully loaded feature-set that will improve the efficiency of many businesses. They're well-designed, sharp-looking phones as well."FonAngle offers Yealink's full lineup of IP phones, including the reliable TXXP line and the new TXXG line. Features such as HD Voice, HD Handset, and HD Speaker make Yealink IP phones a compatible choice in the Hosted PBX (News - Alert) market. For FonAngle customers looking for a more unified IP solution, Yealink's line of video phones are class-leading business instruments. The VP-530 phone, for example, offers user-friendly features and a superbly realistic communication experience. For users who want to go the extra-mile communicating with their customers, video phone may be worth considering.
"Our job at FonAngle is to provide businesses the tools they need to succeed in a world where the importance of communication can't be overstated," Meyers said. "By pairing Yealink IP phones with our Hosted Office Phone System, we're providing our customers with the best tools available at the best price on the market."
According to the release, the Business VoIP sector is forecasted to grow to over $76 billion by 2015. SIP trunking, is another aspect of that growth and FonAngle's FreedomSIP service which continues to be a large part of that market, is expected to grow by 50 percent or more over the next four years.
Stefanie Mosca is a Managing Editor for TMCnet, with a particular focus in wireless technologies as well as mobile and IP communications. She holds a master's degree in journalism from Quinnipiac University and a bachelor's degree in communication from the University of New Haven. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page or follow her on Twitter (News - Alert) @stefaniemosca.
Edited by Chris DiMarco