Recommendations for Android VoLTE (Business) Desk Phone

Liborio

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Good day!

Would like to purchase a top of the line Android VoLTE desk phone that
is not a toy.

So far, the best one I found on the Internet is the TecDesk Model 6 here:
https://tecdesk.com/model-6

As luck would have, it appears that this phone is not sold in the US.

Does any Forum Member know of a US (or Canadian?) re-seller?

If not, can anyone recommend a phone with similar (or better) features
that is currently available in the US?

Thank you.
 
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Unless someone else can confirm otherwise, I seriously doubt it would be compatible with any US carrier.
 
Good day!

Would like to purchase a top of the line Android VoLTE desk phone that
is not a toy.

So far, the best one I found on the Internet is the TecDesk Model 6 here:
https://tecdesk.com/model-6

As luck would have, it appears that this phone is not sold in the US.

Does any Forum Member know of a US (or Canadian?) re-seller?

If not, can anyone recommend a phone with similar (or better) features
that is currently available in the US?

Thank you.

Such things seem to exist. Do a web search on "cellular desk phone".

An alternative would be a cellular Analog Telephone Adapter. The adapter gives you cellular service and had an RJ jack to plug in whatever POTS analog phone you want to.

Straight Talk sells one. ~$50 for the ATA and $15 a month for unlimited talk service. Uses the Verizon network. It does not do SMS text and doesn't work for fax. I tried one. It works well. Verizon also has a device and service.
 
Unless someone else can confirm otherwise, I seriously doubt it would be compatible with any US carrier.

Thank you for your comment.

However, if the phone is unlocked, chances are that it would work.

Anyways, I inquired of TecDesk about US availability.

We'll see.
 
Such things seem to exist. Do a web search on "cellular desk phone".

An alternative would be a cellular Analog Telephone Adapter. The adapter gives you cellular service and had an RJ jack to plug in whatever POTS analog phone you want to.

Straight Talk sells one. ~$50 for the ATA and $15 a month for unlimited talk service. Uses the Verizon network. It does not do SMS text and doesn't work for fax. I tried one. It works well. Verizon also has a device and service.

Thank you, Bob!

"Cellular Desk Phone" was on of the word combinations I searched.

Regrettably, most of the results were for outdated 2G phones.

I'm familiar with the ST ATA -- in fact, years ago, I bought one for
ten bucks (and threw it out). I'm sure that they are better made
nowadays.

However, with the exception of an OBi200 ATA used as a poor man's
SIP proxy for a couple of GV numbers, I've upgraded to IP phones.

Since I no longer use (or own) analog phones, I wouldn't want to
taint my cellular desk phone evaluation with an analog phone.

In fact, I tried Blue Tooth to cellular with IP phones, but it's not
100%.

As I posted originally, I'm looking for a top of the line Android
VoLTE desk phone. We know they exist, hopefully, we'll soon know
whether or not at least one of them is available in the US.
 
Hello.

Here go I, again, after six months.

Still no luck.

The closest I've come is a Model ECG-922 here:
HTML:
https://www.oemtelephone.com/product/5-5-inch-lte-volte-fixed-wireless-phone-with-android-os/
But haven't found a US seller.

If any Member knows of a US seller or sellers for this phone or another similar or better phone, kindly let me know.

Thank you.
 
Have you checked with a landline phone company to see if they can help? For instance, both Att and Verizon offer both landlines and cellular service in many markets. It gets tricky finding a phone that you like only to find that it's not supported.

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Thank you for your comment.

However, if the phone is unlocked, chances are that it would work.

Anyways, I inquired of TecDesk about US availability.

We'll see.
Many times international phones don't have the necessary US bands to work properly in the US even if unlocked.
 
However, here are a few suggestions that may help in your search:

Research VoLTE-enabled desk phones from major business phone manufacturers like Cisco, Avaya, Mitel, etc. Many of them offer high-end desk phone models with VoLTE support. Check their websites or contact sales to ask about US/Canada availability.
Look into brands like Grandstream, Yealink, and Polycom that offer Android-based VoIP desk phones. Some of their higher-end models may have VoLTE support. You can check details on their websites or contact their sales team.
Search on B2B sites like Alibaba or Amazon Business for "VoLTE desk phone" and filter for sellers that ship to the US/Canada. There may be less-known brands that offer phones with the features you need.
Consider using an OBi device to connect a standard desk phone to a VoLTE SIM card. This would allow you to use your preferred desk phone hardware.
Ask for recommendations on VoIP or business phone forums or communities. Fellow users may know of good VoLTE desk phone options available in your region.
Hope this gives you some helpful starting points to find a high-quality VoLTE Android desk phone in the US or Canada! Let me know if you have any other questions.
 
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