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Yealink announces new products for the Zoom Hardware as a Service Program

Yealink, a global leading unified communication (UC) solution provider, is pleased to announce that Dect phone series – W60P, W56H DECT handsets and EXP50 Expansion Module are now also available for the Zoom Hardware as a Service (HaaS) Program. Yealink is offering customers a full range of phone portfolio including desk phones, dect phones, and conference phone for the program to fulfil communication needs in most of scenarios.

Strong Performance for Heavy Call Load

The Yealink W60P and W56H ensure premium capability for heavy call load with robust hardware, designed for on-the-move employees in industries like warehousing, catering and retail.

W60P is a bundle of W60B base with W56H handset.
· The W56H handset is the perfect solution for a business with heavy call loads with excellent battery life, which supports 30 hours talk time and 400 hours’ standby time and quick charging capability. Featuring Yealink HD Optima voice, the headset provides efficient and clear wireless communication. In addition, the 2.4” color display offers a smooth and user-friendly experience.

· The Yealink W60B is a powerful scalable DECT Base that supports up to 8 handsets, 8 SIP accounts and 8 concurrent calls. It can work seamlessly with the whole Yealink DECT handset ranges and repeaters. Supporting Opus codec, it delivers excellent and professional audio quality in both high-bandwidth or even in poor network conditions. It can realize the Zero Touch Provisioning with Yealink’s Redirection and Provisioning Service (RPS) and Boot mechanism.

More Possibility for Multifunctional Using

The Yealink EXP50 Color-screen Expansion Module is designed to expand the functional capability of Yealink T5 Series IP phones, and ideal for receptionists, administrative assistants and contact center workers.

Equipping a large 4.3-inch color-screen LCD, the EXP50 provides a simple user interface and advanced call handling capability. Designed with 3 independent control keys and 20 flexible buttons, it can be programmed with up to 60 various features. Matching with different phones, it automatically adjusts the screen color and extends the functionality of the IP phones such as BLF, speed dial, call park, etc. to achieve a unified user experience.

See T5 Series IP Phones included in Zoom HaaS Program:

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“We are very privileged to have been able to work closely with Zoom and extend our cooperation in HaaS program.” said Lee Li, Product Marketing Director of Yealink. “This fulfilled our commitment to provide our customers with more reliable and flexible device choices for different user scenarios.”

“Zoom Hardware as a Service, brings frictionless and secure communications experiences with a variety of subscription options for phones and meeting rooms,” says Karen Hong, Senior Zoom Phone Product Manager. “We’re excited to incorporate Yealink’s DECT solutions into our HaaS program. The DECT solution will provide a high-quality option for our customers seeking communications options using wireless headsets.”

To know more about Yealink’s support for Zoom Phone or request a demo, please email to
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About Yealink
Yealink, the global leading unified communication (UC) terminal solution provider, helps businesses of all sizes make the most of their UC experience and embrace the power of “Easy Collaboration.” Yealink One-stop UC Terminal Solutions unify voice, video and data, and satisfy diverse customer needs and usage scenarios. The company’s comprehensive product portfolio includes video conferencing systems, conference phones, desk IP phones, wireless DECT phones and accessories. Customers from more than 100 countries enjoy Yealink’s reliable UC terminal solutions through its global sales and service network. For more information, please visit:
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Yealink Media Contact:
Abby Lin

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