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Nology debuts Yealink DECT phone

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Nology has released the new Yealink W56P DECT phone in South Africa.  Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT) phones are devices that can be used to wirelessly connect a handset and base.
The W56P is ideal for on-the-go employees across many different business environments including catering, warehouse management and retail.
In releasing the W56P DECT phone, Yealink hopes to build off the success of its highly acclaimed W52P DECT predecessor.  As a result, the W56P features a sleek, user-centric design for a more pleasant overall experience, rich Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephony features as well as excellent battery performance.
With its advanced Li-ion battery, the W56P offers an industry-leading 30 hours of talk time, and 400 hours of standby time.  The Yealink W56P allows for fast and easy USB charging and can be used in conjunction with mobile power packs, laptops, USB charging hubs and more.
The W56P DECT phone provides access to Yealink’s free Redirection and Provisioning (RPS) service for automated, hassle-free and cost-effective provisioning and updates.  This also streamlines deployment and eases the burden on IT.
“We are very excited about the new W56P DECT phone and are confident that it will suit our customers’ needs,” said Karel Leuschner, Managing Director of Nology.  The Yealink W52P DECT phone is currently one of the most popular products in our VoIP portfolio and we believe that the new W56P will follow in its footsteps,” Leuschner concluded.