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Gigaset Pro Maxwell Basic Desktop 4 SIP Account / 2 Line VoIP Phone

Part Number: MAXWELLBASIC

The Maxwell Basic IP phone is for all businesses, supporting the employee to manage all communication aspects including their professional calls and phonebooks. Flexible use, hassle-free setup and exceptional wideband sound make it the perfectly suited for intuitive business communication.

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£134.54inc VAT
£86.24ex VAT

Free Returns (Ts&Cs apply)

Price Breaks

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    £134.54

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    £131.17

  • 10+ = 

    £127.80

More Information - Gigaset Maxwell Basic

Maxwell Basic supports HD audio in handsfree and headset. Maxwell Basic supports a movable foot which has three different positions from vertical, to horizontal under a 120-140-degree angle. Without the foot, Maxwell Basic can be mounted on the wall. The Maxwell Basic is equipped with a black and white display and navigation key to guide the user to the desired settings. The screen projects the information in high contrast, which helps you to read the screen in a wide angle behind the desk. You will clearly see who‘s calling.

MAXWELLBASIC Key Highlights

  • 5-way navigation key for easy operation
  • Multiple ringtones, selectable per line (internal, external, group, door)
  • Exceptional HD voice and sound
  • Gigabit Ethernet (10/100/1000) with 2-port switch
  • Integrated Power over Ethernet
  • Internal directory with 100 entries

What's in the box?

  • Maxwell Basic Phone
  • Desktop Stand
  • Handset
  • Curly cord
  • User guide

Please note this model is POE so is not supplied with a PSU. This will need to be bought separately, if required.

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