babblevoice conforms to the SIP standard. This means you can choose which phones you want to use in your office. Because it is a standard all phones which are made to this standard should work with babblevoice. Like all things though, not all phones where created equal. We have other documents reviewing phones - checking if they work or not, and they come under the heading ‘should work - but check with the manufacturer’. The phones on this page are listed here, because we support these phones. If there is a problem we will look into the reason why. Phones on the working but unsupported list will be supported by the manufacturer themselves.
Phones which appear on this page also have gone through some more stringent testing, Polycom specifically we have witnessed Polycom’s dedication to the quality of the sound.
This is a list of phones we guarantee to work with babblevoice. We will actively take on cases where these phones do not work. For other phones please read reports on them, but they come under the own manufacturers guarantee of working or not.
|Make||Model||Auto-Provision||babblevoice Address Book Download||babblevoice Address Book Update||babblevoice Accredited||babblevoice Sound Quality Mark|
|Polycom||VVX 101(201)||Yes||Yes||Yes||Full + ZTP||10|
|Polycom||VVX 300(310)||Yes||Yes||Yes||Full + ZTP||10|
|Polycom||VVX 400(410)||Yes||Yes||Yes||Full + ZTP||10|
|Polycom||Soundpoint-321||Yes||Yes||Yes||Full + ZTP||8|
|Polycom||Soundpoint-331||Yes||Yes||Yes||Full + ZTP||8|
|Polycom||Soundpoint-335||Yes||Yes||Yes||Full + ZTP||10|
|Polycom||Soundpoint-550||Yes||Yes||Yes||Full + ZTP||10|
|Polycom||Soundpoint-650||Yes||Yes||Yes||Full + ZTP||10|
|Polycom||Soundstation-5000(6000)||Yes||Yes||Yes||Full + ZTP||10|
|VTech||VSP726A||Yes||Yes||Yes||Full + ZTP||9|
|VTech||VSP608A||Yes||Yes||Yes||Full + ZTP||9|
|Yealink||T20P||Yes||Yes||No||Full + ZTP||7|
|Yealink||T28P||Yes||Yes||No||Full + ZTP||7|
These phones comes under the heading we have had a play to see how it works and are happy that they work with babblevoice but if you have any problems with them then you will need to speak with the provider.