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Grandstream hit New Zealand market with IP phones

Grandstream hit New Zealand market with IP phones

Two new products said to be affordable alternative to current offerings

Two new IP phones from Grandstream have been announced for the New Zealand market.

The latest releases from the manufacturer of IP products is being offered through Soft Solutions and the company claims they are an affordable solution for clients who are seeking a fast and reliable IP telephony product.

Soft Solutions business development manager, Aaron Bhashkar, said that resellers have been asking for a more cost effective IP phone that delivers more than just call functionality.

“With these new models, the inclusion of Bluetooth offers a new way for users to use these handsets, and gigabit networking also offers full network speed capability, at a great price.”

Grandstream global marketing communications manager, Phil Bowers, said the company is excited to bring the phones to the New Zealand Market.

He said Soft Solutions was one of his companies strongest worldwide partners and that its level of experience and expertise was a bonus for their penetration into the New Zealand market.

Bothe Grandstream and Soft Solutions claim that the two new products, the GXP2140 and GXP2160, offer a range of features that will be a great asset for New Zealand customers. The affordability of the new products and the speed and Bluetooth functionality is expected to help the market penetration of the new IP phones.

Retail prices in NZ will start at just $207 ex GST for the GXP2140, and $233 ex GST for the GXP2160.


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