[VoiceOps] Hotel IP phones
caalvarez at gmail.com
Wed Jan 4 18:45:46 EST 2017
A lot would depend on how much the hotel wants to integrate into the
phones, and how much they think people will use them. We're doing a system
using Grandstream GXP1625s because the hotel owner says they almost never
get calls. People just don't use wake-up or concierge service any more,
and they do most things online. They "have to" provide a phone, but don't
care for it to do much at all.
I can tell you that we and our customers are 100% happy with Grandstream,
and we'll never waste the cash or deal with the challenges of Polycom or
On Wed, Jan 4, 2017 at 4:42 PM, Ernesto Miro Cons <emc at transtelco.net>
> Good day everyone,
> I was told that VoiceOps.org was a great place to begin discussions and
> conversations with other carriers about Voice Over IP subjects, and hope I
> am not breaking any rules for this forum.
> I am being tasked with suggesting several models of IP phones for a small
> hotel in Texas in which we are providing it with their Internet Service.
> Each provider suggested one the following wireless IP wireless models:
> - Yealink - W56P
> - SNOM - M65
> - Grandstream - DP720
> Then Polycom suggested going with a touchscreen phone with web browsing
> capabilities, for room service convenience. (VVX 500)
> I am a little lost as to what are the trending choices in IP phones for
> hotels and would like to hear your though on the matter and ideas around
> the use and setup of wireless IP phones or touchscreen IP phones.
> Best regards,
> * Ernesto Miro *
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