Despite newer comms technology, the desk phone still finds a place in most offices around the world. Find out what makes it so indispensable and what the future holds.


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Desk Phones

Learn 10 advantages of the desk phone including high voice quality, a speakerphone that actually works, the built-in directory, and more.


Softphones give us 15 advantages ranging from CRM integration to presence functionality to drag-and-drop calling and conferencing.

Mobile Phones

Explore the advantages of the mobile phone starting with the ability to take it wherever you go, texting, and the wide range of business and personal apps.

Hybrid Phones

Discover hybrid options like Unified Communications that combine the best of desk phones, mobile phones, and softphones.

In 1876 Alexander Graham Bell was granted a patent for the first telephone ever. Nearly a century later, Motorola introduced the first mobile phone in 1973. Yet even after 44 years, the ever-advancing mobile phone has not replaced traditional technology.

What is it that makes desk phones so indispensable? And are we, now 19 years into the new millennium, ready to get rid of them altogether?

Our answer to these questions and more may surprise you. Join us as discuss this topic with Gary Audin of Telecom Reseller in an Educast or get all the details in our ebook.

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