Phone.com Introduces Our First Cordless Phones By Panasonic
Phone.com is adding to it’s very first cordless IP phone, the Panasonic KX-TGP500 (scroll down) and it’s a beauty. This shiny black wireless phone, charger and base station is launching today and is available for $164.95 and $4.88/month on many of our plans.
Phone.com is one of the first companies to introduce the DECT 6.0 Panasonic cordless handset featuring Internet-enabled SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) technology. With a 2.1 inch screen, 5 hours of talk time and 10 days of standby time it’s ideal for small businesses that need mobility within an office, the ability to retain outstanding call quality, and the wealth of features available from Phone.com. I even know a business traveler who spends more time in hotels then at home or in his office so he carries his IP phone with him. He’s already told me he’s getting one of these so he can walk all over his hotel room talking on the phone.
“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, our CEO. Many of us in the office and other people I’ve talked to are very interested in how this can make our lives a little easier.
The system includes one handset and supports up to 5 more Panasonic KX-TPA50 handsets costing $149.95 each and $4.88 each per month.