Phone Model Quick Reference

Description

This article is a visual guide of the types of phones currently distributed and supported on campus.  

Digital Phones

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Analog Phones

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Voice Over IP (VOIP) Phones

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Reference Material

User guides and additional information for all phones listed are available here: https://it.umn.edu/telephone-guides

The previous model of black single-line analog phone, model LP550 can be found on line.  The link is LP550

A quick start guide for Voice Over IP phones is available here: 

https://it.umn.edu/sites/it.umn.edu/files/VoIP%20Abridged%20Phone%20Guide%20Draft.docx