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Grandstream GS-DP715 DECT Cordless HD Handset for Mobility VoIP Phone & Device
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- Up to five (5) distinct SIP accounts per system; Independent SIP account per handset; Multiple handsets per SIP account
- 3 Way Audio Conferencing for easy conference calls
- Automated Provisioning Options Include TR-069 and XML Config Files
- HD Audio to Maximize Audio Quality and Clarity
- Fully Compliant with the SIP/DECT Standard
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The DP715 is a DECT cordless VoIP phone that allows users to mobilize their VoIP network throughout any business, warehouse, retail store and residential environment. It is supported by Grandstream's DP750 DECT VoIP base station and delivers a combination of mobility and top-notch telephony performance. Up to five DP715 handsets are supported on each DP750 while each DP715 supports a range of up to 300 meters outdoors and 50 meters indoors from the base station. The DP715 touts a suite of top-notch telephony features including support for up to 10 SIP accounts per handset, full HD audio, a 3.5mm headset jack, multi-language support, a speakerphone and more. When paired with Grandstream's DP750 DECT Base Station, the DP715 offers a powerful DECT VoIP handset that allows any business or residential user to create a cordless VoIP solution.
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1) Cheap components. This phone is very light weight and you can feel the body flex when you press the keys.
2) Must add phone book entires to each handset individually
3) Speakerphone is very poor - almost unusable. I'd compare it to a speakerphone from the 90's (no where near as good as your cell phone speakerphone for example)
4) Poor range. If you put more than a few walls between you and the base callers start having a hard time hearing you. If I step outside, it stops working all together. For comparison, with my Panasonic DECT phone I can cross the street and get the mail without any issue
5) The phone itself is very, very small (50% smaller than a panasonic DECT phone) making it difficult (for me) to hold for long conversations.
1) Price. Other DECT/SIP Phones run 2x the price (or more)
2) Non-Speakerphone Audio Quality Is Fine
*update* I returned these phones, I had bought an extra handset, because the VOIP provider couldn't keep the phones from being port swept. That meant the phone ringing at 3am because of hackers. So I went with another provider and didn't want the same problem, so I used the modem they provided which meant using analog phones. It would be nice for companies that provide VOIP service to realize there are phones like this out there and have a plan to connect them for the customer. I mean, what is customer service for anyway?
So i reduced the stars from 5 to 3. I know the phones work, it's not Grandstream's fault but in good conscience, I can't give an excellent rating when there is no support.
Has the benefits of DECT:
Good battery life for wireless phone
Good range for a home or small office
With the benefits of VoIP:
Compatible with Asterisk
Supports up to 5 handsets with independent extensions
My only complaints are picky, but keep me from giving it 5 stars:
Assigned extension name/number not visible on display
Distinctive ringer too limited
No charging lamp on extensions
Hard to read buttons in dark room (at home)
Bottom line: I'm happy with it and would buy it again.
My only complaint is that the phone is a bit light and smooth. This makes it easy for it to easily be knocked off the desk and skitter across the floor. This goes for the handset. It doesn't feel flimsy, but not necessarily really durable either. On one across the floor slide the handset shell separated a bit but after pushing it back together it still works fine.
The base station is a bit light too as other people have mentioned but I have it wedged between some papers and the wall so it has been fine for me (but I really need to clean my desk).
It does come with a CAT5e cable instead of a CAT6, but that is fine for the phone anyway (just nit-picking)
Update: I kinda wish it had a headset port... I initially didn't think this very important but now I think I might have gotten a model that has a headset port or bluetooth. I am still happy with the phone for the price though.
As a cordless... well, it would have been nice to see a few more features that are commonly found on other cordless phones. A headset jack or Bluetooth would have been a fantastic addition. The speaker phone performance is "OK". In general, I'd say this is a VOIP phone first, cordless second. Still, try and find another cordless VOIP phone anywhere near this price. If I could give 4-1/2 stars I would.
easy to setup.
ugly ring tones,
you can't understand what's blinking in the display,
ring groups does not ring all the handsets,
Takes 1 or 2 second to ring after a calls come in
Very hard to operate while in call to transfer
Nearly impossible to register to which base station if you have multiple 715s and 710s
I'd still recommend to those in small offices and home users.
Most recent customer reviews
fairly easy user interface
the speakerphone is pretty good and people can...Read more