Internet phone company Engin has teamed up with D-Link to produce a cordless phone that can be used to make calls over a broadband Internet connection as well as a traditional landline.
“We’re integrating Internet telephony into the type of cordless phone that Australians are already so familiar with. Aussies can now make an Internet call on a cordless phone and not even know it – that is, until they get their cheaper phone bill,” said Engin CEO, Ilkka Tales.
The Engin Internet Phone 221 converts normal analogue phone signals to digital and sends them over a broadband Internet connection. Features include hands-free speakerphone, phonebook, 10 ring tones, voicemail, call forwarding, caller ID, call line ID and turbo dialing.
“With Engin’s new Internet phone, manufactured by D-Link, expensive phone calls and having to sit by a PC are a thing of the past. We are extremely pleased to establish this agreement with Engin as together we will be able to broaden the reach of Internet telephony to the mass consumer market,” said D-Link’s Domenic Torre.
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