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Published on September 29th, 2015 | by Alexis Argent

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Yealink launches its newest member, the ultra-elegant IP phone T40P

Yealink have announced the global launch of the Yealink SIP-T40P, the newest member of its T4 (SIP-T41P, SIP-T42G, SIP-T46G, SIP-T48GNSIP-T49G) series of ultra-elegant IP phones.

As a supplementary model to Yealink’s T4 series, the SIP-T40P redefines entry-level phones through its graceful design, robust performance and cost efficiency. With the SIP-T40P on board, the T4 series is now stronger and more competitive, covering the needs of everyone from SMB customers to large enterprises.

The SIP-T40P supports flexible and secure provisioning. It utilizes industry-standard encryption protocols for users to provision and perform software upgrades both in-house and remotely.

This advanced IP phone is designed with ease of use in mind. With programmable keys, the SIP-T40P boasts extensive productivity-enhancing features such as Power over Ethernet (PoE) support, superb high definition (HD) sound quality and a rich visual experience.

With our supplementary T4 series, Yealink is providing an even more comprehensive and cost effective solution for our customers,” said Yealink Executive Vice President Stone Lu. “For carrier and enterprise customers with a limited budget, the T40P is an ideal and reliable choice,” he added. “Yealink has a history of successful VoIP innovations and will continue to deliver better products and service for our customers.

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