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Use case for Bluetooth enabled IP phones?
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RE: Use case for Bluetooth enabled IP phones?
(03-26-2017 09:11 AM)bradpitt Wrote:  Hi,

Soon we are moving to a new office and (maybe) we'll finally do the switch to this "new" VoIP thing Smile

So I'm evaluating different options and I'm thinking about using Yealink phones because I find them to be reasonably priced, but I have one use case in mind. I see that some of the phones support Bluetooth connectivity using BT40 USB dongle.

So, my colleague wants to pair his Android cell/mobile phone with his desktop IP phone using Bluetooth. When his mobile phone rings, he wants to answer the call using the paired desktop phone. He also wants the ability to transfer the call through VoIP to another IP phone/extension ("Oh, you need to talk to my colleague Mr Someone Else. Hold on a sec, I'll put you through.") Can this be achieved using Yealink hardware? Which Yealink phones support such functionality? If not, is this possible at all (maybe using some other hardware)? Thank you

Update 1: It's possible. See my reply below.
Update 2: Changed title to more accurate (was "Use case for BT40 Bluetooth dongle?")

Hi Bradpitt,

right now only T49G support this feature, but we have already add this requirement to our list and will support in our future release firmware.
03-28-2017 03:38 AM
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RE: Use case for Bluetooth enabled IP phones? - Jensen_Yealink - 03-28-2017 03:38 AM

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