If you are about to buy Phones... EDIT: Last Day Jan 3



  • EDIT: Last chance to get the prices below, free shipping etc. Order goes in Tuesday and the pricing will be gone.

    There are some discounts on other Yealink and Polycom models as well if anyone is interested.

    Been working with @DustinB3403 for a while on a large order. We just got some incentive pricing for end of year that is deeper than any usual discount I have ever gotten.

    Limited Time Pricing

    Yealink 48s = $164.50
    Yealink 46s = $121.80



  • Thought I would edit temporarily and just put some of the deals I have out there that expire this year. I am working on adding Ubiquiti and other brands, open to your suggestions.


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    Not looking to buy phone gear before the end of the year, but if I find someone that is I know where to send them.



  • @jaredbusch said in If you are about to buy Yealink Phones...:

    Not looking to buy phone gear before the end of the year, but if I find someone that is I know where to send them.

    Thanks, I think I may inventory some of this since no one seems to be ordering the T5 series yet. Really thought those would be the new top seller by now, at least the T56a. But the 48s does have more screen/button space.



  • @bigbear said in If you are about to buy Yealink Phones...:

    Been working with @DustinB3403 for a while on a large order. We just got some incentive pricing for end of year that is deeper than any usual discount I have ever gotten.

    December 2017 Temp Pricing

    Yealink 48s = $164.50
    Yealink 46s = $121.80

    Are there bulk discounts? (outside of this December 2017 temp pricing) Like if buying 150-300 phones?


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    @bigbear said in If you are about to buy Yealink Phones...:

    @jaredbusch said in If you are about to buy Yealink Phones...:

    Not looking to buy phone gear before the end of the year, but if I find someone that is I know where to send them.

    Thanks, I think I may inventory some of this since no one seems to be ordering the T5 series yet. Really thought those would be the new top seller by now, at least the T56a. But the 48s does have more screen/button space.

    I do not see the point of the T5X line. Other than the screen being a separate piece that angles different, there is no additional benefit that most office users will get out of the phones over the T4X line.



  • @jaredbusch said in If you are about to buy Yealink Phones...:

    @bigbear said in If you are about to buy Yealink Phones...:

    @jaredbusch said in If you are about to buy Yealink Phones...:

    Not looking to buy phone gear before the end of the year, but if I find someone that is I know where to send them.

    Thanks, I think I may inventory some of this since no one seems to be ordering the T5 series yet. Really thought those would be the new top seller by now, at least the T56a. But the 48s does have more screen/button space.

    I do not see the point of the T5X line. Other than the screen being a separate piece that angles different, there is no additional benefit that most office users will get out of the phones over the T4X line.

    I would have to agree. The buttons are fairly useless, you have to drag from right to left to reveal more on the home screen.

    The touch screen is better, and you can drag your keys around to change their position. However, they reset during if they are re-provisioned.

    Any android apps have to be installed via provisioning which is fairly useless to the end user.

    Now, give me Remote Desktop client, second screen support for HDMI and bluetooth keyboard and mouse and you would have a handy thin client - voip phone combo. But none of that came close to working for me either.



  • Releasing an order tomorrow (Tuesday Jan 3rd) after which the discount pricing will be gone (see original post, I updated it).