What is a cheap, but good, alternative to Polycom conference phones?

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2 Replies to “What is a cheap, but good, alternative to Polycom conference phones?”

  1. Have you tried the Grandstream GAC2500

    The GAC2500 is the ideal conference room solution as it delivers features and functionality not found in other business conferencing devices. The Android-based GAC2500 offers full access to the Google Play Store to allow for conferencing with Skype, Google Hangouts and more, while also supporting up to 6 SIP accounts and Gigabit ports. It contains a suite of mobility features that will transform your business conferencing experience, including built-in Bluetooth, WiFi, 7-way conference bridge and a familiar Android interface delivered on a 4.3" touch screen.

    Grandstream GAC2500 – Android based IP Conference Phone

  2. Grandstream is releasing a new conference phone GAC2500 you should look out for – Grandstream GAC2500 Conference Phone Review

    They're not for sale yet but the price is expected to be around $500, compared to Polycom conference phones at around $1600. Word is they will be available before the end of the year.

    This will be Grandstream's first conference phone, but the quality and style of their products have been getting significantly better over the years. We always recommend Grandstream IP phones to small business customers when they are looking for a good quality phone for under $200.

    Telzio's team recently beta tested the soon-to-be-released Grandstream GAC2500 conference phone and we highly recommend it.

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