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Published on January 24th, 2014 | by Alexis Argent

Yealink SIP-T26P Video Review and Unboxing – VoIP TV

Today on VoIP TV we look at the Yealink T26P, an advanced business VoIP solution from Yealink.

The Yealink T26P is an advanced, high end desktop VoIP Phone and offers users 3 SIP accounts, a graphical LCD screen, along with HD capabilities. 

To watch the review, please see the video above. 

Yealink T22P Review – Transcript

Craig Herrett, VoIPon: Hello and welcome to VoIP TV, VoIPon Solutions video product review channel. I’m Craig Herrett, Sales Manager at VoIPon Solutions and our sister company 4Gon, both leading distributors of communications equipment and serving customers worldwide.

Today we’re going to look at the Yealink T26P IP Phone, an advanced high end HD VoIP Phone which is a designed for everyday business use. The Yealink IP Phone range is one of our biggest selling brands and the T26P is a great example of why they are so popular. Let’s get started.

The T26P comes complete with:

  • a handset

  • a base unit

  • a network cable

  • a handset cord

  • a stand

  • and a quick start guide

The Yealink T26P looks similar to other models in the Yealink range, with a traditional colour scheme and robust build quality. The T26P is both desk and wall mountable using the included stand. For wall mounting, simply separate and rotate like so. The stand is then clipped to the phone as normal. This feature is available on a number of Yealink models. To check whether your VoIP Phone is wall mountable, please see our Wall Mount Guide.

The Yealink T26P is packed with a number of key features that make the phone ideally suited for everyday business use. 

  • a 132 x 64 graphical LCD screen

  • a wide variety of voice codecs including HD Voice

  • a full Duplex speakerphone with Acoustic Echo Cancellation

  • 45 keys including thirteen programmable keys

  • Up to 3 SIP Accounts

  • 3 way Conference Calls

  • Electronic Hook Switch support for wireless headsets

  • and support for up to 6 expansion modules

The Yealink T26P is most similar to the Yealink T28P, both at the higher end of the T2 Yealink VoIP phone range. The T26P and T28P have several similarities, for example both feature a TI TITAN chipset and TI voice engine which enables full HD support. One of the main differences between the two models is the LCD screen. The Yealink 26P offers a 132 x 64 LCD screen with backlight, compared to the 321 x 160 White Backlit LCD on the T28P. The T26P includes 3 SIP lines whereas the T28P has 6 SIP lines. To see how the T26P stacks up against other Yealink phones, view our Yealink Detailed Comparison Guide. For more information on any other VoIP models, please visit www.voipon.co.uk 

After reviewing the Yealink T26P we’ve given it a VoIPon Rating of eight out of ten. The Yealink T26P has some great features including a LCD screen, HD support and programmable keys. The Yealink T26P is an ideal solution for businesses and is available at an affordable price.

So that was our review of the Yealink T26P. Visit www.voipon.co.uk for the best selection of VoIP products, excellent reseller pricing, next day delivery and worldwide shipping. Give us a call for pre-sales advice or with any questions you have, and our team will be happy to help. Don’t forget to like this video and subscribe to our channel. If you want more information on this product and many others, visit VoIP Uncovered or follow us on Google+TwitterFacebook and LinkedIn. Thanks for watching and we’ll see you next time on VoIP TV.

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