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Soft Solutions launches Grandstream IP Phones in NZ

11 Feb 14

IT products distributor Soft Solutions has announced the availability of Grandstream’s new GXP2140 and GXP2160 HD Phones to the New Zealand market.

The new GXP2140 and GXP2160 Enterprise HD IP Phones have a large colour LCD display, designed to offer enhanced usability and visual experience, as well as dual super-fast Gigabit network ports and integrated Bluetooth capabilities.

“Resellers have been asking for a more cost effective IP phone which delivers more than just the ability to use the handset for calls” says Aaron Bhashkar, Business Development Manager, Soft Solutions.

“With these new models, the inclusion of Bluetooth offers a new way for users to use these handsets, and gigabit networking also offers full network speed capability, at a great price!”

Both the GXP2140 and GXP2160 feature a 4.3” 480x272 TFT colour LCD, screen, 5 programmable soft keys, HD audio quality on handset and speakerphone, 5-way conference, dual Gigabit network ports with PoE integrated Bluetooth, and USB.

The GXP Phones have a new ergonomically-designed handset and user-friendly key design/placement. Additionally, the GXP2140 supports 4 lines, up to 4 SIP accounts, and up to 4 GXP2200 cascaded extension modules with LCD display. The GXP2160 supports 6 lines, up to 6 SIP accounts, and has 24 programmable BLF extension keys.

“Grandstream is excited to bring our brand-new GXP2140 and GXP2160 Enterprise IP Phones to the New Zealand market through Soft Solutions,” adds Phil Bowers, Global Marketing Communications Manager, Grandstream.

“Soft Solutions is one of our strongest partners worldwide as they bring an extraordinary level of knowledge to the table and are extremely dedicated to the Grandstream brand.”

Retail prices in NZ will start at just $207 ex GST for the GXP2140, and $233 ex GST for the GXP2160.

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