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Yealink T42S 12 Line / 12 Account VoIP PoE IP Phone

Part Number: T42S

Yealink T42S 12 Line VoIP Phone PoE

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The Yealink T42S is a feature-rich SIP phone with Gigabit Ethernet pass through, superb audio quality and a rich visual experience. Acting as a replacement for the T42GN, the T42S offers a better overall performance with a faster, more responsive interface, an all-new USB port and Opus Codec support. Boasting unparalleled functionality and expansibility, the T42S comes ready for future Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and USB recording features.

Discontinued

This product has been discontinued.

£114.39inc VAT

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More Information - Yealink T42S 12 Line IP Phone

The stylish, feature-rich T42S entry level business phone is ideal for busy professionals. The clear display and simple navigation enhances productivity. The dual-port Gigabit Ethernet telephone benefits from an intuitive interface, BLF’s, HD Voice, 3-way conferencing, handsfree speakerphone and supports corded or wireless headset and EHS. With simple, flexible and secure provisioning options, the T42S is certified compatible with 3CX, Asterisk and BroadSoft BroadWorks, making it the ideal entry level IP phone for businesses.

T42S Key Highlights

  • 2.7" Greyscale graphical backlit LCD
  • HD Voice: HD Codec, HD Speaker, HD Handset
  • 12 VoIP Accounts
  • T4S Unified firmware and Auto-Provisioning
  • 3-way Conference Call
  • 1 x USB Port (2.0 Compliant)
  • PoE support or Power via AC (optional 1.2A and 2A PSUs available separately)
  • Wall Mountable
  • Optional Power Adapter available to purchase separately

What's in the Box?

  • Yealink T42S IP Phone
  • Handset with Handset Cord
  • Ethernet Cable
  • Stand
  • Quick Start Guide

Documents

Quick Start Guide:

T42S 12 Line IP Phone QSG

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