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Polycom VVX 201 Business Media Phone

Part Number: VVX201

VVX 201 IP Phone

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VVX 201 IP Phone

The VVX 201 is an entry-level two-line IP phone with HD sound quality and two 10/100 Ethernet ports. This phone is ideal for retail environments, call centres or shared/common areas, such as lobbies, hallways and break rooms or anywhere needing simple but reliable connectivity.

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£107.24inc VAT

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  • 1 = 

    £107.24

  • 5+ = 

    £102.01

  • 10+ = 

    £96.77

More Information - Polycom VVX 201 IP Phone

The Polycom VVX 201 comes with multi-language functions and is engineered to make installation, configuration, and upgrades as simple and efficient as possible. Web- based configuration method allows administrators to easily provision and maintain a large number of phones throughout an organisation. Additionally, the extensive administrative feature set included ensures that hosted service providers have the latest technologies to integrate the VVX 201 seamlessly into their existing telephony environment.

The VVX 201 is designed for interoperability and is certified to interoperate with the industry’s broadest range of PBX systems and SIP call control platforms.

VVX 201 Key Highlights

  • 2 SIP accounts
  • 2.5 in Graphical Backlit LCD (132 x 64) resolution
  • 10/100Base-TX across LAN and PC Ports
  • Local three-way audio conferencing
  • IPv4 and IPv6
  • Type 1 compliant (IEEE 1329 full duplex)
  • Dedicated RJ-9 headset port
  • QoS Support

What's in the Box?

  • VVX 201 console
  • Handset with handset cord
  • Network (LAN) Cable - CAT-5E
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Please note that a PSU is not supplied with this unit as standard - this is available to order separately

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