NetXL Logo

0

VAT

inc

ex

Enquiries

0330 043 3000

Polycom VVX 250 Four-line Business IP Desk Phone with Colour Display

Part Number: VVX250

VVX 250 IP Phone

Hover to zoom

VVX 250 IP Phone
VVX 250 IP Phone Side

The Polycom VVX 250 business IP desk phone is a good quality, four-line, IP phone that delivers reliable performance and an enterprise grade sound quality. It is ideal for knowledge workers, cubicle workers who need the high-quality features that today’s modern business environment demands.

Out of stock

This product is out of stock. Please call on 0330 043 3000 to confirm availability.

£150.79inc VAT

Shipping from £4.79

Free Returns (Ts&Cs apply)

Price Breaks

  • 1 = 

    £150.79

  • 5+ = 

    £147.90

  • 10+ = 

    £145.02

More Information - Polycom VVX 250 IP Phone

The VVX 250's HD Voice delivers high definition sound quality through industry leading, advanced voice processing capabilities. The Polycom’s exclusive Polycom Acoustic Fence technology keeps business conversations free from extraneous noises, echoes and distractions.

The VVX 250 improves personal productivity by offering end users easy access to the most frequently used call functions, such as directory, hold/resume and transfer. Also, the Polycom VVX 250 integrates seamlessly into a wide range of UC environments. The enterprise-grade, web-based configuration tool makes the installation of the VVX 250 easier, allowing administrators to easily provision large numbers of phones throughout the entire organisation.

VVX 250 Key Highlights

  • 4 Lines
  • Polycom HD Voice and Polycom Acoustic Fence technologies
  • 2.8” Colour Display
  • Built-in auto sensing IEEE 802.3af Power over Ethernet (Class 2) 4.5 W (Max)
  • Two Gigabit Ethernet ports
  • USB port
  • Integrates with more than 60 industry leading call control platforms
  • Web-based Configuration tool
  • Busy Lamp Field (BLF)
  • IPv4 and IPv6
  • Adjustable base height
  • Multilingual user interface
  • Type 1 compliant (IEEE 1329 full duplex)

What's in the Box?

  • VVX 250 Console
  • Desk Stand/Wall Mount Bracket
  • Handset with handset cord
  • Network (LAN) Cable—CAT-5E
  • Setup Sheet

Documents

Related Content

Network and WiFi Analyzer for iOS and Android | Fing Review

Network and WiFi Analyzer for iOS and Android | Fing Review

Fing is a network and WiFi analyzer for iOS and Android. We discuss its strengths and weaknesses as well as alternatives like Ubiquiti's Wifiman.

17 May 2022 | 9min read

A Primer on Poynting XPOL Antennas

A Primer on Poynting XPOL Antennas

Cross polarisation is a type of diversity technique capable of minimising signal loss within a cellular network by handling polarisation shifts. Learn what that means here!

6 May 2022 | 8min read

6 Antenna Setup Tips to Maximise Network Performance

6 Antenna Setup Tips to Maximise Network Performance

Following antenna installation tips without understanding the technical 'why' behind the how can be frustrating. Here are 6 technical tips to help.

6 May 2022 | 8min read

Choosing an Antenna: Webinar Announcement

Choosing an Antenna: Webinar Announcement

Which antenna is best? That depends on your needs. Let us educate you on the few variables with the biggest impact so you can make an informed decision quickly.

Revised 22 Apr 2022 | 2min read

What Is Antenna Gain

What Is Antenna Gain

Find out more about antenna gain and the optimum antenna positioning for the best signals and connections.

Revised 22 Apr 2022 | 5min read

The Difference Between DSL, ADSL and VDSL Internet

The Difference Between DSL, ADSL and VDSL Internet

What’s the difference between DSL, ADSL, VDSL? How does DSL work? We answer these questions and more.

Revised 1 Apr 2022 | 4min read

A Beginner's Guide to the NetXL API

A Beginner's Guide to the NetXL API

A guide to getting started with the NetXL API, which trade account customers can use to query stock availability, request quotes and check pricing.

31 Mar 2022 | 3min read

Coaxial Cable Length & Signal Loss

Coaxial Cable Length & Signal Loss

The longer the coax cable you use, the more signal loss you will experience. Here's why and what you can do about it.

Revised 25 Mar 2022 | 9min read