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Depending on your country availability may differ, in the case of the US a popular alternative is the:
Gigaset C530 ➜ https://amzn.to/2opYzQf
Yealink YEA-W56P ➜ https://amzn.to/2n1nitO
Gigaset CL660HX ➜ https://www.gigaset.com/hq_en/gigaset-cl660hx-handset-anthracite/
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In this video I will show you how to connect a DECT phone to a VOIP router.
When it comes to VOIP phones there is plenty of choice, and while the Gigaset CL660HX handset connects directly to a CAT-iq 2.0 capable router, such as the European version of my TP-Link AC1900, in the US the same router may lack that IP phone feature.
For that reason, depending on your country, it may make more sense to have a cordless VOIP phone that has its own base station. Both popular alternatives that I listed above, the Gigaset C530 and Yealink YEA-W56P come with their own base station. In that case, you just connect the base station to your router via a network cable.
This can even be an advantage since both base station and handset are from the same manufacturer and this ensures optimal interoperability. For example, I am currently not a fan of the TP-Link voice mail feature implemention, and I believe this feature would work much better if I had a dedicated base station.
Like with everything, VOIP is a learning process, so don’t be discuraged, just try different things and before you know it you will have become a VOIP expert.