4 September 2013 by

Most the best IP phones are priced are around $40 - $100 with the higher priced models offering extra features. The most basic IP phones with the call holding, call forwarding, transfer, caller ID and other regular phone features are present in the lower priced IP phones. As the price increases the feature available also increase. Better internet connectivity, touchscreens, programmable keys are some of the options seen in higher priced models.

The call quality is also very good for normal conversations or when using speakerphones. It is an important point as voice is delivered over internet which can have a lot of disturbances. Multiple lines where in each line can be independently configured to use an unique phone number (or extension), or can be configured to use a shared number that is assigned to multiple phones allows easy expansion.

Take a look at some of the best priced IP phones available in the market right now that suits both your business and home needs.


Grandstream GXP1400 HD IP Phone

Grandstream GXP1400
$44 - $71

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Cisco SPA 303 IP Phone

Cisco SPA303
$59 - $62

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Grandstream GXP2100

Grandstream GXP2100
$72 - $85

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Panasonic KX-UT113 SIP PHONE

Panasonic KX-UT113
$85

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Cisco SPA504G IP Phone

Cisco SPA504G
$89 - $197

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Polycom SoundPoint IP 335

Polycom SoundPoint IP 335
$119

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