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Cisco 5-Line IP Phone with Color Display, PoE, 802.11g, Bluetooth

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Technical Details
Item Weight585 g
Product Dimensions21.4 x 21.2 x 4.4 cm
Item model numberSPA 525G2
Screen Size3.2 inches
Wireless Type802.11G
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 29,215 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.5 Kg
Date First Available14 Sep 2010

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Amazon.com: 56 reviews
16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
An excellent VoIP Phone 14 Jun 2011
By ComputerGeek - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
Unfortunately there is no option for a 6 star rating, otherwise I would pick that.
Well, this Cisco phone is one of the top model in Cisco business series desk phones, so its no brainier that should work just fine. I have done my homework before purchasing it and I am very pleased with the quality of the calls. The phone is very easy to configure since it has a WEB API to work with. Compare this with 7xxx series of Cisco phone where it is almost impossible to configure the phone without Cisco call manager, this is piece a cake to work with. The phone is feature full and you can't ask for anything more in regards with a desk phone. I enjoy the Bluetooth capability as it give me the cordless functionality. The WiFi is also excellent for when you don't have the Ethernet. It has the dual firmware right out of the box which makes it compatible with home office and enterprise environment. I have 3 lines setup on this phone and they just work smoothly with one another. The level of the detail which allows you to make fine adjustment to the phone configuration is just awesome. Setting up an each line was fairy simple and quick. I highly recommend this phone for anyone who is looking into a quality VOIP phone with multiple lines.
15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
So far, amazin. 27 July 2012
By Vinsurg - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
So bought this phone about 1 week ago. I have a small business and use a cudatel phone server (also VERY highly recommended). I have used polycom 550 phones and polycome 335's for the past 7 months. They are solid, but quite boring looking. They also did not seem to have good quick dial features and are not the most user friendly.
Given that the cudatel server looked like it might support this phone, I jumped on it. My experience below:

1. Price: Great! You get a professional looking VOIP feature filled phone for decent price. (approx 200)
2. Configuration: Good. Took tech support for cudatel to help me on this one. I needed to provision the phone to the server and it takes a quick script in a browser. You need to know the phones IP address and the server IP address. ie, you might need a bit of help with this one if you are not VERY adept with networking and phone servers etc.
3. Features: AWESOME! Quickdial? YES! Custom picture on screen? YES! Multiple lines? YES!
4. Quality of voice: is perfect. Just as good as polycom for sure.
5. Speaker phone is also with good microphone.
6. Screen: SHARP! MUCH better than polycom color 550 screen.

Overall: Very Happy. Will update with more info as I use it more.

To address concerns with other reviews.

1. No power cord...IT'S A POE (power over ethernet) PHONE! Don't expect power adapter. It's actually designed to not have a power adapter, but get it's power and communications all from one cord. ie declutter.

Pickup a POE Adapter on amazon if you do not have a POE switch. If you are not sure, you need a poe adapter.

2. I do not have any hookswitch problems. Looks like solid construction to me, but time will tell.
3. Voice quality: Can be due to multiple issues, especially your VOIP provider, your internal network, and your internet connection. Voice quality on this phone is just fine in my opinion.
4. No docs: you can download from internet. Configuration with my cudatel was not self explanatory, but now that I know how to do it, I'll be able to do it on my own.
5. bluetooth, and wifi: I have not tried these features.

Some downsides I did notice:
1. When I reboot the phone from server, I did loose some personalized settings such as quickdial settings. Easily fixed, but mildly annoying.

6 month update: I continue to be very pleased with these phones and have bought several more for the biz. They are running strong after 6 mos of good abuse. Voice quality is rock solid. Continue to be very happy and highly recommend.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Excellent product 27 Nov 2010
By hyperstriker - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
This is a must have I.P. Phone for your office desk.

The handset and external speaker sound quality is impeccable; the Blue-tooth and Wi-Fi capabilities are awesome features; Very good looking screen; Very friendly Navigation trough settings and inf.; Easy to Set-up and customize.

Only problem I've had found is when you try to set the Weather (under the menu/Web Applications), I get an network connection error no matter what "City name" or "ZIP code" I introduce... and my network and settings are well configured.

This is and excellent communication device...
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Sound Quality 20 Mar 2013
By Jon Parks - Published on Amazon.com
We outfitted one of our VOIP customers with 12 Cisco SPA525G phones. I had never actually listened or tested the phone but being an IT Service Provider we naturally went with Cisco. (If in doubt just use Cisco) Well for the first time I was completely disappointed in the quality of this product. The sound quality on all of the 500 series phones we tested was very bad. Sounds muffled. Its like there is no highs in the tonal curve only low mids and base. We have tried 504s and the 525s thinking maybe we just got a bad batch or something. We did substitute the phones out with the Polycom 560 phones and the sound is very good. We use the 7960 series phones in our offices and the quality of sound is excellent. I am surprised to see so many good reviews about this product.
Cisco are we doing something wrong here?
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
As of 4/14/14 this model supplied with Power Adapter included ! 14 April 2014
By M. PC - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
As of 4/14/14 this model SPA 525G2 supplied with Power Adapter included - sold by Telecom Nation USA ! - no need to order one . Thanks
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