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Zoiper for iPhone
The following are instructions for how to download and set up Zoiper for your iPhone:
Zoiper for Android
The following are instructions for how to download and set up Zoiper for your Android device:
Setting Up Your Voicemail
When you create a new device on babblevoice, it automatically comes with a voicemail box.
VTech are a company with a particular interest in cordless technology. We have accredited 2 of their phones, the VSP726A and the VSP608A.
There are some situations where a phone needs more than one account to be configured on that phone. These might include
All of the following headsets include adapter cable for Polycom VVX phones. All prices exclude VAT.
babblevoice Phone Accreditation
babblevoice maintains 3 levels of accreditation. Partial Accreditation will provide you with a phone which works, but may not provide the best user experience. Full Accreditation will give you a phone with better all round support and probably better sound quality. Higher Full Accreditation - that little bit more. Phones which receive either accreditation will also receive a mark for Sound Quality.
Our first experience of a Panasonic phone and it was a DECT one (KX-TGP500), very nice looking, sturdy with a bit of brushed aluminium - nice!
Grandstream have been around for a long time. They are budget phones. If you are looking to get started with throw away phones, then this is the place to start. The good news is even the low end phones in their range support HD CODECS, so even though the voice quality is not quite as good as more expensive phones the voice quality is not too bad.
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.
Yealink are a great budget alternative to Polycom. They are very similar in functionality, but in our opinion the sound quality is not quite as good. We have a lot of happy users who say great things about them though.
A great little free softphone. It is compatible with Windows, Apple and even Linux. The quality in our testing appeared good and the configuration was VERY simple. Available from https://jitsi.org/
Counterpath is a long standing softphone provider and have produced a softphone for all devices called Bria. It does come at a cost but further details can be found on the Counterpath website.
Voice Operator Panel
Voice operator panel has been selected by babblevoice as it is one of the few products to simplify call handling well in multi-tenanted environments. This compliments babblevoice as we are keen to show that babblevoice works well with large organizations as well as small.
Warning, this phone contains a number of bugs which can be annoying. It has been replaced by the N300 and if you are using Gigaset this would be the prefered phone.
We love Polycom. They are robust slightly above average but affordable phones. If you are not familiar with the brand - they are world leaders in Voice and Video. babblevoice has tested lots of phones, including ones more expensive than the Polycom range and the voice quality in this brand of phones is not bettered. They have entry level devices such as VVX 101, 201 and more beefy models such as IP 650 which is a very capable receptionist phone.