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Designed with maximum functionality and ease of use in mind, this VoIP desktop phone features a high-resolution colour display, 16 LED function keys, wideband audio PoE, hands-free operation and the ability to configure up to 12 SIP accounts.
Featuring two Gigabit Ethernet ports for maximum bandwidth provision and Power over Ethernet, the Snom 760 is also equipped with two USB connectors affording the ability to expand the system's functionality. It is also ready for use with wireless networks and Bluetooth headsets.
Not only does the Snom 760 feature exceptionally clear wideband audio; it also includes the G.711, G.722, G.726 and G.729AB audio codecs as well as a comfort noise generator and voice activity detection.
The Snom 760 is designed to maximize productivity making it a suitable choice for more demanding call centre telephony environments.
We offer a range of delivery options, depending on the product you’re buying and where you would like your order delivered. Find out more about our delivery options and returns policy below.
Free UK mainland delivery is available on eligible orders over £50. The Standard Delivery charge for orders under £50 is £2.99. Please allow 2-3 business days for delivery.
Available on selected products for only £5.99. Order must be placed before 3pm to ensure same day dispatch.
Available on selected products for only £6.99. Order must be placed before 3pm on Friday to ensure same day dispatch.
For more details please call 03333 44 80 44.
Returns Policy: Our Fuss Free Returns policy means you have an extended period of up to 30 days to notify us if you wish to cancel your order or exchange an item. For more information on our returns policy please click here.
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful
Nice handset with more than adequate functionality
By Foxhole on 28 September 2015