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What is a wireless phone system? 

Wireless PBX systems rely on wireless technology and VoIP to manage business communications – reducing the need for the amount of cabling required when relying on cabled phone systems. 

A wireless VoIP phone system is a flexible telephony solution that facilitates helpful voice communication features, integrations and provides many other benefits.  Wireless phones are connected to local WiFi access points wirelessly either directly or using a DECT base station to bridge the gap between your network connection and handsets.

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Benefits of wireless business phone systems

Wireless PBX systems provide a number of benefits which make them a no-brainer for a wide range of businesses. 

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Over 3000 businesses in South Africa have chosen United Telecoms to provide PBX, PABX and VoIP solutions that meet the exact communication demands of their business in an ever-evolving telephony environment.

We understand the unique business needs of companies operating in South Africa that face unique telecommunications and data supply challenges. United Telecoms was born in 1985 out of the need for reliable and cost-effective business telephony solutions.

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Premium wireless phone system brands

There are many brands to choose from when picking a wireless PBX system. We’ve selected a few of our favourite wireless phone systems and handsets from reputable telecommunications brands to ensure that you find the best solution for your business.

A wireless phone system needs to be easy to install, provide excellent reliability, feature suitable range and facilitate high-quality voice calling. Wireless PBX systems are integrated with VoIP infrastructure which allows them to support features that help you manage and streamline voice communications.

Explore wireless phone systems from leading brands, below.

Yealink wireless DECT phone systems

Yealink phones are currently the go-to choice for many businesses and are renowned for their features, compatibility, ease of use, and value.

Their easy-to-use handsets and systems provide seamless integration and support a wide range of beneficial features.

Yealink holds the largest market share in the global IP phone market. Their quality, performance, compatibility, features and competitive pricepoint paved the way for Yealink to become a standard against which many IP phone suppliers are measured.

Yealink cordless handsets are paired with DECT base stations. DECT bridges the gap between your wireless handsets and your network connection to enable voice communications and other features. DECT may sound similar to traditional cordless phones, however, it is particularly suited to business needs thanks to its excellent range (further extended by repeaters) and allowing multiple handsets to connect to the same base

Explore featured wireless phone systems from Yealink below.

W52P DECT IP Phone

W52P DECT IP Phone

Yealink W52P is a cost-effective wireless IP DECT phone that’s ideal for smaller businesses with support for 5 VoIP accounts and 4 simultaneous external calls.

This cordless phone provides high-quality audio and is equipped with a 1.8-inch LCD backlit display.

W52P allows users to benefit from 10 hours of talk time and up to 100 hours of standby time.

The W52P is also equipped with a 10/100 Mbps ethernet port, and PoE is supported.

Yealink W52P is easy to configure and upgrade and is widely compatible with a variety of major UC solutions (Broadsoft, Asterisk, 3CX and more).

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W53P DECT IP Phone

W53P DECT IP Phone

The Yealink W53P is a cost-effective IP DECT handset that is ideal for small to medium-sized teams and supports up to 8 SIP accounts and 8 concurrent calls.

This cordless phone is equipped with a 1.8inch TFT colour screen and provides HD quality audio with noise reduction.

The W52P allows users to benefit from 18 hours of talk time and up to 200 hours of standby time.

Connectors include a RJ45 10/100Mbps Ethernet port, and PoE is supported. A 3.5mm headset jack also provides hands-free call management, and a belt clip provides portability.

The Yealink W53P is easy to configure and upgrade and is widely compatible with a variety of major UC solutions (Broadsoft, Asterisk, 3CX and more).

W53P IP Phone
W56P DECT IP Phone

W56P DECT IP Phone

The Yealink W56P is ideal for small businesses or medium sized teams support for up to 8 SIP accounts and 8 concurrent calls.

The cordless IP DECT phone provides high-quality audio and is equipped with a 2.4-inch colour display.

W56P allows users to benefit from 30 hours of talk time and up to 400 hours of standby time, with quick charging.

Connectors include a RJ45 10/100Mbps Ethernet port, and PoE is supported. A 3.5mm headset jack also provides hands-free call management, and a belt clip is ideal for portability.

The W56P is easy to configure and upgrade and is widely compatible with a variety of major UC solutions (Broadsoft, Asterisk, 3CX and more).

W60P DECT IP Phone

W60P DECT IP Phone

The Yealink W60P is a cost-effective IP DECT phone that is ideal for small to medium-sized teams and supports up to 8 SIP accounts and 8 concurrent calls.

This cordless phone is equipped with a 2.4inch colour screen and provides HD quality audio with noise reduction. The W60P allows users to benefit from 30 hours of talk time and up to 400 hours of standby time.

Connectors include a RJ45 10/100Mbps Ethernet port, and PoE is supported. A 3.5mm headset jack also provides hands-free call management, and a belt clip provides portability.

The Yealink W60P supports efficient provisioning and effortless mass deployment with Yealink Redirection and Provisioning Service (RPS) and boot mechanism. Simple to deploy, easy to maintain and upgrade.

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Flying Voice Solutions

Founded in 2007, Flyingvoice is a leading supplier of one-stop VoIP solutions and specialises in VoIP phones, ATAs and routers for home and business use.

Flying Voice wireless phone systems differ from most IP handsets as they can connect directly to local Wi-Fi access points, using unique Wi-Fi to LAN bridge and Wi-Fi AP modes. This can reduce the need for additional access points and routers, and also allows devices such as printers and PC to quickly share resources in the same local area network.

Flyingvoice products have passed the strict carrier-level BMT test and have been interactively tested with the industry’s largest IP-PBX software, IMS and Softswitch platforms.

Explore featured wireless phone systems from Yealink below and contact us for more information.

FIP16Plus

FIP16Plus Portable Dual-Band IP Phone with Belt Clip

FIP16Plus is a portable IP phone equipped with a 1.8 inch TFT colour LCD screen with support for up to 2 SIP accounts.

It also features 2.4GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi, fast roaming, and a built-in 4000mA high capacity battery that provides 120 hours of standby time and 12 hours of talk time.

This handset provides HD quality audio and features IP52 water and dust protection, making it ideal for dusty and humid environments. A back belt clip also makes this handset versatile and portable.

The FIP16Plus is easy to configure and upgrade, with multiple auto-provisioning modes. You can also manage your devices centrally and remotely.

FIP13G Wi-Fi switchboard IP phone

FIP13G Wi-FI switchboard phone is equipped with a 2.8 inch color screen and is a 4-Line GigaE IP phone.

It provides HD quality audio and features a speakerphone and handset speaker.

It also features dual Gigabet Ethernet ports, USB 2.0 port and RJ9 port, integrated PoE and 2.4G Wi-Fi to match your communication needs.

With unique WiFi to LAN and a Wi-Fi ap modes, the FIP13G can reduce the cost of purchasing additional routers and access points.

The FIP13G is easy to configure and upgrade, with multiple auto-provisioning modes. You can also manage your devices centrally and remotely.

FIP11CP Wi-Fi desktop IP phone

FIP11CP Wi-Fi desktop phone is equipped with 2.4-inch color LCD display and supports up to 3 SIP accounts.

It provides HD quality audio and features a speakerphone and handset speaker.

It also features 2.4G Wi-Fi, dual 10/100 Mbps port, USB 2.0 port, RJ9 port, IPv4/IPv6 and integrated PoE.

With unique WiFi to LAN and Wi-Fi AP modes, the FIP11CP can reduce the cost of purchasing additional routers and access points.

The FIP11CP is easy to configure and upgrade, with multiple auto-provisioning modes. You can also manage your devices centrally and remotely.

Frequently asked questions about wireless phone systems

A wireless office phone system is a more flexible PBX solution, offering a wide range of benefits and reducing the need for complex cabling associated with on-premise analogue phone systems.

While cloud-hosted PBX systems may reduce the need for physical handsets entirely, some organisations prefer to have physical handsets that they use to manage voice communications.

Wireless PBX systems provide a “best of both worlds” solution and allow businesses to manage calls using wireless handsets, reap the benefits of VoIP and enjoy fast, easy deployment company-wide.

Wireless handsets are connected to your network using access points or DECT base stations and provide a flexible solution that allows you to manage calls around the office.

When implementing the right business phone system, it’s important for organisations to consider their needs while also assessing their existing phone system design and network infrastructure.

Generally, businesses can rely on either an on-premise, analogue PBX system, Cloud PBX system, or hybrid PABX system to manage their voice communications. Each telephony solution will follow a different set of challenges for installation

A business’ team size will also influence the number of extensions they require, and usage patterns which are also key considerations that can influence installation and ongoing costs.

Read our guides to PBX systems in South Africa and VoIP phone systems and explore the benefits of VoIP lines vs analogue lines to find out more. You can also contact us for expert advice to help you implement the best telephony solution for your business.

Try to important to keep these key points in mind:

  • Network environment and speed: Your internet connection will need to be reliable and fast enough to handle transporting voice data along with other data used by other devices on the same network. If you’re worried about data transfers competing for bandwidth on the same network, consider implementing VLAN.
  • Proximity to access points and/or base stations: Wireless phones will connect to your access points, either directly or using base stations. The distance between handsets and these devices needs to be considered carefully when installing a wireless phone system.
  • Number of handsets: Depending on the size of your team and solution you may require a number of handsets which will connect to access points and/or base stations. Your number of handsets and concurrent calls will need to align with the speed and stability of your network and be supported by your base station which connects to a limited number of handsets.
  • Required features: As wireless PBX systems typically rely on VoIP technology, they can benefit from a range of VoIP features – including call recording, voicemail, call transfer, auto-attendant and more. Discuss the features your business will use to manage its voice communications with your phone system provider to ensure you have everything you need.

Wireless PBX systems present the option of same-day installation, with lower costs and without compromising on quality when the system is implemented properly.

Cabling and network points associated with other types of phone systems are often expensive and time-consuming to install and may require site surveys and other installation-related costs.

Wireless phone systems are also easy to configure and often support auto-provisioning modes and software solutions for mass deployment. This makes implementing a company-wide communication solution even easier.

A wireless PBX system is also easy to move and reinstall with almost zero hassles, providing plug-and-play simplicity.

A cordless phone utilises radio frequency transmission instead of physical wiring to connect to your analogue or VoIP phone system and phone line (such as a copper landline or a virtual VoIP line).

A cordless handset typically relies on DECT or PHS to connect to a base station which bridges the gap between handsets, your PBX system and your virtual or physical phone line.

Some wireless phones may be able to connect directly to access points and rely on your internet connection and VoIP technology to facilitate calls.

It takes between 4 days and 2 weeks to port the number across to our network, however we will ensure you have uninterrupted voice services during this time.

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