Phone.com Introduces Panasonic Internet-based SIP Cordless Phones for Businesses and Residential Customers

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Phone.com's new Panasonic Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) phones provide business-quality services equivalent to landline phones while coupled with the mobility of traditional cordless instruments.

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The SIP cordless phones from Panasonic allow our customers to enjoy the familiarity of existing cordless phones but with much lower phone line costs than with traditional Plain Old Telephone Service.

Recognizing the wide proliferation of cordless phones in the home and business environments today, Phone.com, the premiere provider of Virtual Office telephone services, has become one of the first Internet Telephony Service Providers (ITSPs) to introduce Panasonic Internet-enabled Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) cordless telephones as a standard product offering. These systems are ideal for small businesses that need mobility within an office, the ability to retain outstanding call quality, and the myriad of new features available from cloud-based phone services. They are also ideal for residential and home office users.

The Panasonic KX-TGP500 and KX-TPA50 are ideal complements to the Phone.com Virtual Office suite of services. The systems are expandable to six DECT 6.0 cordless handsets, can support three concurrent calls, and are standardized for high-definition (HD) voice communications. Anyone wanting the flexibility of a cordless phone yet the value afforded by Internet phone services now has a viable alternative to the old method of using an analog terminal adapter (ATA) and plugging in non-Internet-enabled devices.

“The SIP cordless phones from Panasonic allow our customers to enjoy the familiarity of existing cordless phones but with much lower phone line costs than with traditional Plain Old Telephone Service (POTS),” said Ari Rabban, CEO of Phone.com.    

The system includes one handset, with the option to purchase additional Panasonic KX-TPA50 handsets.

Handsets on both phones feature calling status displays on large 2.1-inch screens with white backlight. Features include call forwarding, voice mail, call transferring and a speaker phone that reviews describe as excellent. When fully charged, the phone provides five hours of talk time or roughly 10 days of standby.

According to Panasonic’s website, the combination of hosted voice phone services like the Phone.com Virtual Office with the Panasonic cordless SIP phone system creates a “phone system in a box” that offers exceptional value to today’s smart consumers.

“Phone.com’s VoIP phone service and cloud-based business phones are ideal for smaller businesses, especially for those that require mobility within an office environment. This could include medical offices, accounting firms, legal offices, manufacturing facilities, warehouses, retail stores,” Rabban suggested.

For more information, please contact Joel Maloff at jmaloff(at)phone(dot)com.

About Phone.com
Phone.com is a cloud-based phone company offering a variety of innovative and economical business and home phone services for entrepreneurs, home offices, small businesses and individuals. Powered by advanced VoIP technologies, the company offers Phone.com Virtual Office for small businesses, Phone.com Virtual Number for individuals on the go, Phone.com Home Phone Plus for consumers and Phone.com Mobile Office and Mobile VoIP. Please visit http://www.Phone.com or call 1-800-998-7087 for more information.

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