D-Link DPH-540 802.11g/b Wi-Fi VoIP Phone (Black )
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- Call Virtually Anywhere in the World Through a Wireless Network with High-Speed Internet Connection
- Get Secure Access to an 802.11g or 802.11b Wireless Network with WEP, WPA, or WPA2 Encryption
- Large, Bright Color LCD Screen Displays Easy-to-Read Text and Call Information
- Supports any SIP-based VoIP Provider such as TelTel, BroadVoice, SIPPhone, and Vonage
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D-Link introduces the Wi-Fi Phone (DPH-540), providing the freedom of wireless connectivity and the benefits of Voice over IP (VoIP) all in one sleek portable flip-style phone. By utilizing the Wi-Fi Phone with a VoIP service plan, both home and business users have the potential to dramatically reduce local and long distance telephone charges compared to a standard telephone service.
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If you set up multiple WiFi profiles it WILL attempt to connect to one of them anytime it encounters it but will not autoconfigure so you either need to know the WiFi security settings or you need to have an unsecured WiFi AP. I tested this once at a restaurant that advertised Free WiFi and I did not have to first log in to a web page or anything but I'll bet many free WiFi hotspots DO require you to connect via a browser first so this phone will probably not work there.
When the phone can't register it says No Service. TYPICALLY this term means no NETWORK, or No WiFi, so when I saw it initially I spent extra time on a WiFi association that was already working. Should say something like "No Registration" or "No VoIP" or something.
The "earphone" jack is just that. An EARphone, not a headset. You can listen (if you can find a stereo headset w/ a 2.5mm plug - most have 1/8" mini-phone plugs) but you cannot use this jack to talk. WHAT WERE THEY THINKING! It's a freakin' phone, not an MP3 player. A phone with no HEADSET capability. Sheesh. And the audio volume into the earphone is very low. The indentation around the EARphone jack is not wide enough for all the headsets I tried so some dont connect all the way. Not that anyone would WANT to use one anyway.
Makes a stupid music ditty every time you close OR open the clamshell.
The plastic cover for the miniUSB jack is very hard to open.
No dock/charger. You just let it lay there and it charges from the power supply or via a USB connection.
I'm going to see if a WIP330 is any better. It SAYS it has a HEADphone jack.
Why not include SKYPE with it and make it totally universal?
Without this functionality its more a toy than a phone with real communication capability.