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Cisco SPA502G 1-Line VoIP Phone - SPA502G

Cisco SPA502G

Cisco SPA502G

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Cisco SPA502G 1-Line VoIP Phone
List Price: $164.00
Price: $94.99
Product Condition: Brand New
Warranty: 1-year
Brand: Cisco
Manufacturer Part Number: SPA502G
UPC: 882658270031

Stock Status : In Stock
Availability: Ships the Same Business Day

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Description Technical Specs

Cisco SPA502G

Cisco SPA502G is a reliable VoIP phone featuring both SIP and Cisco's proprietary SPCP protocol. This phone supports a wide variety of call features and functions, including plenty of options for customizing the device. The dual Ethernet ports behind the phone support PoE for powering the device.

The Cisco SPA502G phone can be expanded via available expansion modules. Or plug in a headset to the 2.5mm jack. The onboard speakerphone is perfect for local 3-way conferencing. Wideband audio offers high-quality voice and audio performance.

Cisco SPA502G VoIP Phone Quick Specs:

  • Connectivity Type: IP/VoIP
  • Line Appearances: 1
  • Speakerphone: yes
  • Conferencing: local 3-way
  • Network Connections: 2 x 10/100 Ethernet
  • PoE: yes
  • Protocol Support: SIP, SPCP
  • Display: backlit, monochrome
  • Audio: wideband
  • Aux Interfaces: 2.5mm headset jack
  • QoS: yes
  • Expandable: yes

Cisco SPA500 Series Business IP Phone Package Contents:

Note: does not include AC adapter.

  • Cisco SPA502G console
  • Handset with cord
  • Stand for phone
  • Ethernet cable
  • Quick start guide

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Average Customer Review: Average Customer Review: 4 of 5 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

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4 of 5 Thought it was a two line phone October 29, 2014
Reviewer: Christian from Minneapolis, MN United States  
I assumed since the part is SPA502G it would be a two line phone. I was wrong it's a single line phone. Still a nice phone just wish it was two lines instead of one. Maybe Cisco should change the way they setup their part numbers so they make more sense? For example the Cisco SPA504G is four lines, so wouldn't it make sense for this phone to be two lines?

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