Linksys Wip330 Wireless-g Ip Phone - the Cool VoIP Phone

By: Dennis Jaylon

VoIP is taking the world by storm with its superb benefits, far flung reach and cost effective solution. More and more individuals as well as organisations are switching to VoIP solutions for smooth and effective communication. VoIP gives an edge in communication with its multiple benefits. And therefore more and more devices are developed to provide hassles free VoIP solution. One such device is WIP330 Wireless-G IP Phone from Linksys.

'Linksys WIP330 Wireless-G IP Phone' works through a Wireless-G network and high-speed Internet connection. It is known for its high quality VoIP service and other cool features it offers, like video calls. It is much more than any ordinary VoIP/internet telephony service. Apart from internet telephone calls, it also offers Internet Explorer, which enables you to surf and browse the internet.

Let us a brief look at some of the features Linksys WIP330 Wireless-G IP Phone offers:

Like the Linksys WIP300, WIP330 also supports SIP V2.0 Standards. It is compliant with with IEEE 802.11b/g Wireless Standards and supports Wi-Fi. Powered with Microsoft Windows CD, it also enables users to access Internet Explorer.

Web Calls
With WIP 330, you can enjoy speed dialling, peer to peer dialling, 3- way conferencing, video telephoning etc. There are facilities for Call Wait, Call Transfer and Call Forward. Besides this there are regular features like Call Hold and Resume, Call Mute and Caller ID.

LCD Screen
This VoIP phone has a high resolution LCD Colour screen which is large and sharp. This is particularly helpful while surfing the internet.

Apart from the above, there are more cool features like superb sound quality, 50 hours' stand by time, 3 hours' talk time, Fast Hotspot Authentication and much much more.

All this at a very affordable rate of ?299.99 only. However, at some of the leading site of UK, you can get them at even lower prices that can go down as low as ?187.23.

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