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Yealink delivers fully integrated Office 365 and Skype for Business experience

21 Aug 17

Yealink have proven themselves with New Zealand resellers and have a strong global presence with Carriers - now they are providing competition in the NZ Skype for business phone market.

The Yealink T48 features a 7 inch 800x480 backlit intuitive touch screen which is integrated with Skype for Business, optimising a unified communications experience.

USB Bluetooth support (Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, call recording with the addition of the BT40 Bluetooth Dongle or WF40 Wi-Fi Dongle) provides a sense of versatility and makes for exciting possibilities, perhaps most notably its ability to switch Skype calls to mobile phones, ensuring you can take important calls anywhere you want to go at a moment’s notice.

The audio clarity is also fantastic, with a high definition audio experience delivered by wideband technology and featuring full duplex, echo cancellation and adaptive jitter buffer.

It’s easy to set up, as once you sign in with your Skype for Business account, your contacts are integrated with full availability status indicators, so you can tell who’s online.

It’s also fully compatible with Office 365 and Outlook Calendar, delivering a highly capable and interactive ecosystem, and the ability to simply synchronize Outlook Calendar meeting schedules in real-time.

Another feature that's really useful is the T48’s ability to pin ‘favourite’ contacts directly to the home screen, making important or regular contacts readily available.

Other features of the T48 include;

  •  QoE (monitoring reports) support

  •  Dual-port Gigabit Ethernet

  •  PoE support

  •  Headset, EHS support

  • Built-in a USB port, supports Bluetooth

  • Supports up to 6 expansion modules

  • Wall mountable

The Yealink T48 compliments the versatility and flexibility offered by the Skype and Office 365 platform, and is essential for professionals who use internet voice services on a daily basis.

Now available from Ingram Micro New Zealand. 

The T48 can make a difference to your office space, fill in your details to find out how.

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