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Telephone Magic Offering Replacement Avaya 5600 IP Phones

August 22, 2013
By Anuradha Shukla
Virtual Office Resource Contributor

Telephone Magic is continuing to support Avaya (News - Alert) IP Office 5600 series IP phones by offering replacement of its VoIP phone products.


To this end, Telephone Magic now offers replacements for the now discontinued Avaya 5600 IP telephones with "As New" warranties at wholesale prices to business clients. The new Avaya 5600 VoIP phones will help ensure uninterrupted businesses to companies that have already purchased an original IP Office IP500 phone system.

Both Telephone Magic and Avaya already share a long term business relationship and the company is a current wholesale supplier of Avaya IP phones for business phone system customers. Telephone Magic has been supplying Avaya telecom equipment since 1989 and has delivered products to a range of customers including military bases, hospitals, government agencies, educational institutions and Fortune 500 companies.

“Our reputation was built with large and small Avaya users one order at a time by offering great prices on the IP Office phones we sell,” said Jeff Jackson, president of Telephone Magic Inc. “That’s why we continue to be a primary supplier for various branches of the US Government, call centers, hospitals and educational facilities worldwide.”

Companies can leverage the Telephone Magic online business phone portal to purchase replacement legacy Avaya phones and accessories at wholesale prices. Telephone Magic has already reported a large number of requests for the Avaya 5600 series VoIP Office phones from companies either expanding or replacing products that are coming to the end of their life cycle.

“Purchasing direct from a wholesale distributor like Telephone Magic provides a strong financial benefit to business customers,” added Jackson.

Telephone Magic was in news earlier this year for announcing the addition of the NEC (News - Alert) Univerge SV8100 Desktop IP Phone to its product suite.




Edited by Blaise McNamee


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