T58A-TEAMS Phone

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T58A-TEAMS Phone

Yealink T58A Microsoft Teams HD IP Phone

Part Number: T58A-TEAMS

Yealink's T58A-TEAMS is an android-based phone, designed for C-level and executive rooms. The T58A features a 7-inch adjustable multi-point touch screen and has a Teams-tailored user interface for faster response speed and easier collaboration. This is a standalone voice solution with Yealink’s Optima HD Voice technology. The T58A provides the added flexibility for executives and professionals with its Bluetooth connectivity and the ability of USB headset connection.

Discontinued

This product has been discontinued.

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More Information - Yealink T58A Teams Phone

The firmware that is provided with the phone is only compatible for use with Microsoft Teams.

Please note: this phone does not come with a PSU, this can be purchased separately if you do not plan on using POE.


Should you wish to purchase a power supply, the Yealink 5v DC 2amp PSU is compatible with this model.

T58A-TEAMS Key Highlights

  • 7 inch (1024 x 600) capacitive adjustable touch screen
  • Optimal HD audio
  • Based on Android OS
  • Microsoft Teams-tailored user interface
  • PoE support or Power via AC (optional 5V 2A PSU available separately)
  • Supports Office 365, and upgradability of device applications to Teams or SFB
  • Built-in Bluetooth, supports Bluetooth headset
  • USB 2.0 port, supports USB headset
  • Dual-port Gigabit Ethernet, PoE support
  • Full-duplex hands-free speakerphone with AEC
  • Supports Microsoft/Yealink/Unify Square Device Management Platform
  • IPv4/IPv6

What's in the Box?

  • Yealink SIP-T58A IP phone
  • Handset with handset cord
  • Ethernet Cable (2m CAT5E FTP Cable)
  • Stand
  • Quick Start Guide

Documents

Quick Start Guide:

T58A-TEAMS QSG

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