VTech, Yeastar introduce phone, gateway system

VTech analog hotel phones are available in classic and contemporary designs. Photo credit: VTech

VTech Communications has partnered with Yeastar, a provider of hosted and premises-based voice over internet protocol private branch exchange and VoIP gateways, to offer a reliable and proven communications system. This hospitality combination, including VTech analogue hotel phones and Yeastar TA FXS gateways, aims to enrich a hotel guest’s experience and ensure staff are easily contactable via a high-quality voice system. 

“The Yeastar TA series of analog gateways enables hoteliers to reap the benefits of upgrading their PBX to SIP, while either retaining their current VTech hospitality analog phones or upgrading to cordless models,” Charles Williams, VTech sales director EMEA, said in a statement. “Resellers can deploy with confidence, safe in the knowledge that VTech and Yeastar have worked together closely to ensure compatibility.”

VTech analog hotel phones are available in both classic and contemporary designs, corded or cordless, featuring enhanced voice and audio electronics. VTech’s hotel phones also feature an antibacterial coating that helps keep guests safe. The design-led styling complements a range of interiors, while user-friendly features and technologies accommodate a variety of property needs.


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Yeastar TA FXS VoIP gateways connect analog telephones, fax machines and PBX systems with IP telephony networks and IP-based PBX systems. Featuring rich functionalities and easy configuration, TA is ideal for small and medium enterprises that wish to integrate a traditional phone system into any IP-based system, including the Yeastar S-series.

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