[VoiceOps] Hotel IP phones

mgraves at mstvp.com mgraves at mstvp.com
Thu Jan 5 07:52:07 EST 2017

+1 for the VTech VSP600 in the general SOHO use case. I've had them for a while and they're very good.
I think that others raise important issues about integration with hotel specific onsite systems, like house management, billing, etc.
In my past like when I traveled extensively I noted that larger hotels always had analog phones in the rooms. I was told that these were inexpensive and offered by companies that provided the back-end integration.
It was often critical that there be a phone in each room so that housekeeping could use it to log as each room is refreshed.

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--------- Original Message --------- Subject: Re: [VoiceOps] Hotel IP phones
From: "Glenn Geller (VDOPh)" <ggeller at vdo-ph.com>
Date: 1/5/17 12:15 am
To: "Ernesto Miro Cons" <emc at transtelco.net>
Cc: voiceops at voiceops.org

 Since I haven't seen it mentioned here yet... you may want to take a look at the VTech cordless solution, specifically the VSP600 - https://businessphones.vtech.com/pd/2546/VSP600-ErisTerminal-SIP-DECT-Base-Station-and-Cordless-Handset  
This one can have 6 phones per base, and can each be named room number, accordingly. Easy provisioning, and remote control.
In our tests this phone performs far better than the other cordless options around, including Grandstream.
Good luck,


On Wed, Jan 4, 2017 at 3:42 PM, Ernesto Miro Cons <emc at transtelco.net> wrote:
      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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