[clug] VOIP handset phones for home

Jamie Carl jazz at funkynerd.com
Mon Sep 3 16:45:25 MDT 2012


Just had a quick poke around my VoIP supplier's website.  They have a
few home style phones, like the the Siemens Gigasets that Brian
mentioned, as well as a few other nice looking ones.

Link to catalogue category:



On 04/09/12 08:36, Jamie Carl wrote:
> Paul,
> I'm using a D-Link DPH-C160S DECT Cordless phone.  I've had it for years
> and it "just works".  It's great as a home phone as it didn't require
> any special knowledge to be transferred to my non-tech-savvy partner due
> to it's basic design.  Audio is toll quality.
> They're old stock now, but you can still pick them up on evilBay for
> around $50-60.
> http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/D-Link-DPH-C160S-DECT-VOIP-PSTN-CORDLESS-PHONE-/120980276743?pt=AU_Telephones&hash=item1c2afc8607
> I'll keep an eye out for something current though and will speak up if I
> see anything.
> Jamie
> On 03/09/12 23:02, Paul Wayper wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> There's got to be a few people using VOIP handsets at home.  My
>> analogue phone
>> just died and I decided "why not get a networked one?"  But I don't really
>> want an office phone, and I don't really want one that has to boot up
>> off a
>> BootP server and requires massive twiddling of firmwares and XML
>> configuration
>> files in order to work (you can tell I've had to do a bit with the
>> Polycoms at
>> work).
>> Any recommendations?
>> Have fun,
>> Paul

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