This full-feature, entry-level display phone is for companies that need rich communications applications and services on the desktop.

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The Mitel MiVoice 5320 IP Phone is an economical, entry-level, self-labeling enterprise phone specifically designed for communications-intensive companies requiring a converged IP infrastructure to deliver productivity and customer-enhancing applications and services to the desktop.

  • Large graphics display (160 x 320 pixels)
  • Up to 16 programmable one-touch, multi-function, self-labeling keys (for speed dialing, line appearance, and features access)
  • Handsfree full-duplex speakerphone
  • 12 fixed function keys – Menu, hold, message, speaker, mute, transfer/conference, redial, cancel, volume/ringing/contrast up and down, previous page, next page
  • 3 context-sensitive softkeys for intuitive feature access
  • Dual port 10/100 MB switched Ethernet ports
  • Dual mode supports MiNET and SIP protocols
  • Wireless LAN stand and Gigabit Ethernet stand support
  • Powered via Power over Ethernet (802.3af) or optional 48V power supply(sold separately; see drop down option above)

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