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Yealink® SIP-T23G desk phone

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Consult your account manager for device availability.

What is the Yealink SIP-T23G desk phone?

The Yealink SIP-T23G is a desk phone that makes calls with VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol).

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How do I use a Yealink VoIP desk phone?

You use a Yealink desk phone exactly as you would use any other desk phone. You make and receive calls in the same way you are used to, the call just connects over the internet instead of a phone line. For instructions on how to perform specific tasks with your desk phone, see the manufacturer's instructions. There's a link in the Resources box at the top of this article.

Your desk phone interacts with One Net Business

There are several features of your Yealink desk phone that interact directly with One Net Business.

  • You can use Feature Access Codes (FACs) to do tasks including pulling a call onto your desk phone, parking a call or switching call forwarding on and off.
  • Some buttons on your desk phone interact with specific One Net Business services.
  • Your desk phone has direct access to your One Net Business call history and your organisation's phone book, so you always see the latest information.
  • Your administrator can personalise the programmable buttons of your desk phone using One Net Manager.

Who is the Yealink SIP-T23G for?

The Yealink SIP-T23G is a mid-level desk phone suitable for general office use. For a basic entry-level or unattended phone, see the snom D715 or the Polycom VVX 301/VVX 311. For a phone more suited to specialist roles such as receptionists, see the snom D765, the Polycom VVX 501 or the Polycom VVX 601.

Read about the snom D715

Read about the Polycom VVX 301/VVX 311

Read about the snom D765

Read about the Polycom VVX 501

Read about the Polycom VVX 601

Key features of the Yealink SIP-T23G

The Yealink SIP-T23G is the entry to high-speed connectivity using its Gigabit Ethernet switch. The dedicated RJ-9 headset port gives users the option of using an analogue headset.

Key features

  • Power over Ethernet support: PoE 802.3af, Class 2
  • Three lines
  • Three LED line keys
  • 3.2-inch backlit black-and-white LCD display, 132 x 64px
  • Multi-language support
  • Gigabit switch
  • Speakerphone
  • Support for RJ-9 headsets

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