Our Refresh products come with a Certificate of Freshness that guarantees you will receive a quality used product.
VoIP Supply is a market leader in providing end users and businesses used Voip Equipment that won’t break the bank, but that will also function as it should and look great. Our Refresh line has been making history since 2004 when our former CEO Ben Sayers saw an opportunity to buy back and sell used VoIP Equipment at a reduced cost as companies began to replace existing infrastructure.
2017, we have perfected our Refresh Line and take pride in the used product that we offer. We primarily focus on VoIP Refresh IP Phones. Our phones undergo a 10-Step Reconditioning Process that helps us make sure that the products are as good as new before they arrive to our customers doorsteps.
Featured Certified Refresh VoIP Phones for this month
Polycom VVX 310
A six line VoIP Phone with HD Voice and dual Gigabit RJ45 ports, the VVX 310 is suitable for any call center operator or cubicle worker. The VVX 310 easily integrates with third-party web-based applications and features an easy to use interface.
Polycom VVX 500
With support for up to 12 line appearances and a touch-screen interface, the VVX 500 is a business media phone for managers and upper administrative workers. The VVX 500 is compatible with Skype for Business (editions ending in “1019”) and Office 365 Cloud PBX. Use the VVX 500 with USB- wired headsets or Wireless USB headsets.
Boost productivity and reduce listener fatigue with the Polycom IP 7000 Conference Phone. With Power Over Ethernet, you have greater placement flexibility. With a 20-foot microphone pickup and optional expansion microphones you’ll be sure to reach all corners of the room.
These featured Refresh Certified Phones come with a Certificate of Freshness and a full six month guarantee with an optional six months available at a small fee. Test out a Refresh product today by shopping online, or call one of our Refresh Experts at 1-800-398-8647.
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