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Avaya Handsets

The Avaya IP500 has a truly amazing range of phones available. Avaya offers consumers digital, DECT and IP versions but also budget and premium ranges to suit every application. Check out the massive Avaya handset range for yourself and simply click on any Avaya phone for a more detailed overview.

Avaya 1400 Series Phone Handsets – Budget range

The 1400 series is the budget range in the Avaya digital offerings with the 9500 series being the premium range. For many customers the 1400 series is the smarter choice for not only price, but also because the handsets offer all the functionality they need and operate and look like traditional pbx handsets.

Avaya 9500 series phone handsets – Premium range

Compared to the cheaper 1400 series the 9500 handsets have larger display and everything tends to be on screen and digital as opposed to flashing lights and names printed on the side of the console. They both offer the same overall functionality so it often comes down to aesthetic, user preference and price. You can mix and match from all current Avaya handsets (IP and Digital).

Avaya 1600 Series Phone Handsets – Budget range

The 1600 series is the budget range in the Avaya digital offerings with the 9600 series being the premium range. For many customers the 1600 series is the popular choice because they have the same functions as well as operating like more traditional pbx handsets.

Avaya 9600 series IP handsets – Premium range

Compared to the cheaper 1600 series the 9600 handsets have larger display and everything tends to be on screen and digital as opposed to flashing lights and names printed on the side of the console. They also offer Gigabit Ethernet standard whereas the 1600 series need an external adaptor. Outside that, the feature sets are basically the same offer the same overall functionality so it often comes down to aesthetic, user preference and price. You can mix and match from all current Avaya handsets (IP and Digital).