Wireless SIP Phone

A wireless SIP phone is one that is designed to be used with SIP and VOIP. SIP stands for Session Initiated Protocol. It works like a regular wireless phone but only uses or accepts SIP or VOIP technologies and allows you to make calls over the internet. A wireless SIP phone can have most of the same features as a standard wireless phone, such as call waiting, caller ID, call return etc. One will enable you to take advantage of the VOIP service through any wireless G network so that low cost calls can be made anywhere in the world through your Internet Telephony Service Provider (ITSP).

Wireless LAN and GPRS (general packet radio service) and the new high speed 3G systems have brought the new wireless SIP phones into the mobile arena. SIP phone services work with other IP services and are providing a wide range of services that are taking advantages of the SIP. You can use voice and email instant messaging with a wireless SIP phone. These kinds of phone are great for business because they can greatly reduce your telecommunication expenses. A SIP phone can easily handle conference calls and three way calling and with a wireless SIP phone you can put your call on hold or transfer the call to another SIP phone. Individual users can save on their wireless phone expenses with a SIP phone too.

Wireless SIP phones can also allow you to take advantage of the WiFi in hot spots such as in cafes, libraries and other public establishments too. If you have a wireless SIP phone you can make and receive calls from any location if there is an open WiFi signal. It usually only takes a few seconds for these phones to connect to a WiFi router. Another benefit for these phones is the fact that a VOIP plan will cost you a lot less than a traditional mobile phone account.

There are different brands of wireless SIP phones available, including a Windows Mobile SIP phone. A windows SIP phone will allow you to do mobile computing. You can use Microsoft Office applications with it and it will give you instant access to corporate accounts using Microsoft Outlook. You can also get touch screen interfacing and many other features.

The Locktek WP04 is another wireless SIP phone to look at. It gives you an impressive 140 hours standby time and 7.5 hours of talk time. This is a lightweight wireless phone that only weighs 3 ounces. It has a multi-dialing feature that allows you to dial phone numbers, IP addresses and SIP accounts directly. It also allows you to store up to 4 SIP accounts. This phone will search for WiFi access points and let you know if they are open or locked. It also has programmed dedicated VOIP SIP chips that allow it to work clearly even in a crowded area.

The E51 Nokia SIP and the E61 SIP phones are also another good choice. You can access file managers, documents, and spreadsheets and do multimedia editing and managing with a Nokia SIP phone. You can also send documents to the person you are talking too. These phones also allow you to program in alerts so you will not miss important events or deadlines. Nokia SIP phones are an excellent choice for a business. Polycom, Cisco and Snop also make wireless SIP phones. You can even use some SIP phones on PDA’s such as iPhone. A wireless SIP phone will also allow you to make voice and video calls. You can find the newest wireless SIP phones for sale at various websites online. There are also many reviews for the different models you can read before you decide with wireless SIP phone is the best choice for you.

This Wireless SIP Phone Review is Written/Updated on May 24th, 2011 and filed under Consumer Electronics. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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