For businesses, it’s not very easy to manage a sea of incoming calls and make sure that the caller reaches the correct person every time. For this, they need a telephone system that makes use of modern technology.
Now, customers can get their Yealink (News - Alert) IP phones for free with a new Nexogy service, thanks to an agreement recently signed by both companies. For customers, this offers takes out the upfront hardware costs and brings to them a host of rich enterprise features, high quality voice, and customer support at affordable prices.
But not all phones from Yealink may be eligible for the offer. Nexogy's free-phone offer specifically includes the entry-level Yealink T19 model. This phone is ideal for small and medium businesses as it provides features such as 1 SIP account, headset support, two-port 10/100 Ethernet Switch, 132x64-pixel graphical LCD, etc.
Pictured: The T19p - Image courtesy of Yealink
Along with Yealink’s IP phones, Nexogy also provides its own hosted phone system. These phones are equipped with advanced PBX (News - Alert) features to easily manage all of the client’s business' communications needs. Clients can schedule their conference calls, and enjoy other features such as high definition voice quality, virtual receptionist, dial from outlook, call screening, call park/transfer, and voicemail to email.
“We stand behind our services so much that we're willing to give customers frees IP Phones, just to get the chance to prove our value," said Carlos Lahrssen, CEO of Nexogy. "Once customers experience the value of our hosted communications technology paired with the extreme quality Yealink provides with their feature-rich IP Phones, it will be hard to go back.”
Yealink will be exhibiting its diverse line of IP phones at ITEXPO, taking place at The Rio in Las Vegas this week, August 11-14. Attendees will have the chance to see demos of various Yealink phones at its booths—320 and 401—and on Wednesday at 12 p.m. PDT, Yealink’s vice president of development and key account sales, Wei Tang (News - Alert), will be delivering a keynote presentation.
Edited by Alisen Downey