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Linksys by Cisco Voip 802.11G Ip Speaker Phone

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  • Linksys iPhone WIP330 - wireless VoIP phone Product Type Wireless VoIP phone Cordless Phone Standard - WARNING: The solder used in this product contains lead, a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects and other reproductive harm. Please wash hands after handling internal components and circuit boards and avoid inhalation of fumes if heating the solder.
  • IEEE 802.11g (Wi-Fi) VoIP Protocols SIP, SIP v2 Voice Codecs G.729ab, G.711u, G.711a Caller ID Yes D
  • LCD display - color Display Features Wallpaper, backlit General Product Type Wireless VoIP phone
  • Phone Features Cordless Phone Standard IEEE 802.11g (Wi-Fi) Max Handset Operating Distance 246 ft
  • Max Handset Operating Distance (Outdoor) - NOTE: THIS PRODUCT CANNOT BE SHIPPED TO MASSACHUSETTS OR DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (WASHINGTON, D.C.)
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000FQ2O8U
  • Item model number: WIP330-NA
  • Average Customer Review: 2.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 17, 2006

Product Description

The Linksys WIP330 Wireless-G IP Phone enables high-quality voice over IP (VoIP) service through a Wireless-G network and high-speed Internet connection. Connect at home, your office, or at a public hotspot, and make low-cost phone calls through your Internet Telephony Service Provider.The handset features peer-to-peer dialing, speed dial, 3-way conferencing, call waiting, call transfer, and call forward, mute, hold and selectable ringtones. The large, full-color high resolution LCD display features an intuitive user interface enabling users to easily and quickly configure the handset when traveling within range of other Wireless-G networks so you can make VoIP calls wherever you go.You can also surf the Internet with the built-in web browser and can even receive live video from anywhere in the world and view it right on your WIP330 Wireless-G IP Phone when you access any web camera, like the WVC54GC Wireless-G Internet Video Camera, also from Linksys!Handset stores the last 20 call history records and can save 250 phone book entries. Personalize your phone with a selection of ringtones that reflects your style.Get the value of low-cost VoIP service while unleashing the full potential of Wireless-G connectivity with the Wireless-G IP Phone from Linksys. NOTE: THIS PRODUCT CANNOT BE SHIPPED TO MASSACHUSETTS OR DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (WASHINGTON, D.C.) WARNING: The solder used in this product contains lead, a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects and other reproductive harm. Please wash hands after handling internal components and circuit boards and avoid inhalation of fumes if heating the solder.

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One thing I've learned to watch out for with Linksys is the batteries they use in such units.
Andrew J. Valencia
The phone has a mystery button on the side that isn't mentioned in the instruction manual--I don't care enough to investigate what it does.
Gwoho Liu
Battery life was questionable, and it seemed to require re-charging daily regardless of usage.
B. Corrion

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

60 of 66 people found the following review helpful By Eric E. Rinderer on December 24, 2006
I have purchased two different batches of these phones, 20 in all. I have used them with 3 different VoIP providers (Telasip, AxVoice and ThinkBright) as well as two different internal VoIP systems (Asterisk and a router with SIP server built in). The quality control on these phones is TERRIBLE. 2 arrived with no sound at all. They were replaced by the reseller. ALL (every single one) of these phones lock up intermittantly. They all lose their registration with their SIP server on and ongoing basis. Often times, the only way to reestablish registration one must factory reset the phone and completely reconfigure it. The wireless range and quality is also terrbile. Battery life? Terrible. Man, this phone could and should have been great, but alas the greatness ended with the idea.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By marcoscu on October 13, 2007
I have owned my WIP330 for about six months now and I am very happy with it despite the quirks and problems it can raise.

Most people, just enter their local network login details, SIP details from their VOIP providers, switch it on and it just works. You may be one of those people.

However, some other users find the phone difficult to set up and a reasonable familiarity with networking and SIP protocols does make life easier if you enter all the details and it refuses to connect up. Sipgate and some other VOIP companies offer dedicated support for this device and that makes it much easier to get going.

It is certainly fussy over which router is used with it, as well as which radio channel is used. I have access to four routers and it connects up and stay connected to two of them with no problems, two of the others cause disconnects periodically, who knows why. The battery life is poor and nothing like the sixty hours claimed. Linksys support can best be described as... poor.

On the good side, call quality is superb, the phone looks uber cool, it can connect to hot spots requiring web based log ins - hotels, cafes etc - it is the only SIP phone on the market today that offers this. With a firmware downgrade (yes) or some tweaking it can connect to and use Skype; it can be used as a monitor for certain netcams and display live video, you can upload ringtones and desktop pictures, it has an excellent and comprehensive phone book and all these things can be accessed easily from your PC via your web browser. All the settings, network, SIP, phone book, ringtones, desktops can be back up to and restored from the PC. If you fancy browsing the web with a screen 2" by 1.5" then it can do that too.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By B. Corrion on May 6, 2008
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I've been running an asterisk server in my home for years, allowing free SIP and IAX access to family around the world. I've always been looking for a Wi-fi device, and took the plunge on this phone.

I was happy with the device's size and interface. The embedded web browser makes it useful to get onto free wifi networks requiring "click to accept" registration, such as in many airports. The build quality felt pretty decent, too.

Battery life was questionable, and it seemed to require re-charging daily regardless of usage.

The built in web server made it useful for configuring the various SIP settings, much easier than using the alpha-numeric keyboard.

SIP connectivity to my asterisk server worked flawlessly, with both incoming and outgoing calls.

The reason I decided to return it was the sound quality. Folks on the other end of the connection said I sounded fine, however on the phone end the speaker was tinny and unnatural, making this feel like a toy. For the price that was unacceptable.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By K. Ambors on October 2, 2007
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This phone works like a charm. Once you figure out which settings you need to set on it based on your VOIP provider, it works great. Just make sure you have a solid connection to your wifi source. Broadvoice provides good support of how to program the phone. I've had it for about a month now and I'm so glad I do have it. I'm thinking of dropping Verizon and not getting a cell phone. Granted there are no common programs on the phone, such as an alarm, calculator, etc, but it is so much cheaper in the long run to own this than pay for cell phone service. Love it!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Andrew J. Valencia on January 13, 2008
One thing I've learned to watch out for with Linksys is the batteries
they use in such units. I can not find a part number for the
battery used by the WIP330 in any of their literature,
and there is not a battery product listed on Linksys's own web site. If this turns
out to be like the DPH540 before it, Linksys actually intends for you to
throw the unit away when the battery stops taking a charge.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Gwoho Liu on June 13, 2008
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It really is as bad as all those negative reviews. Standby time is about 20 hours. It can't seem to connect to some access points. If I set it to send inband DTMF, the 9 key doesn't work, but all the other keys work (I am using ulaw). [...] doesn't work with the browser at all. Many web pages crash the phone. Very few web pages are usable--it isn't likely I'll be able to navigate the page to activate a hot spot's wireless. The phone has a mystery button on the side that isn't mentioned in the instruction manual--I don't care enough to investigate what it does. Amazon calls it a "Speaker Phone". It isn't a speaker phone. When calling the WIP330, it only rings about 50% of the time, even though it claims to be connected to the access point and registered with my PBX.
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