On 15 May 2009, at 08:08, Michael Watterson wrote:
> The Grandstream may not look as pretty, but is easy to configure,
> has every feature you could ever want and works reliably.
Have looked into these a bit more now. 386 looks to be very cheap and
cheerful. 502 seems to be a nice device - 2 FXS ports, and a router.
> Don't consider a Grandstream Phone, or any other VOIP phone.
What have you got against the whole family of VOIP phones? I have a
couple of Grandstreams here in boxes somewhere and IIRC they worked
nicely, even if somewhat limited in features.
> DECT on ATA is a better solution also than a WiFi SIP phone (tested
> a lot of those too.)
Certainly a less expensive option, with better battery life.
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