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Panasonic KX-TGP550 DECT IP Telephone

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Panasonic KX-TGP550 DECT IP Telephone

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  • Support for 3 simultaneous network conversations
  • CODEC: G.711a-law / G.711µ-law / G.722(wideband) / G.729a / G.726(32K)
  • DECT radio technology
  • 2.1" Large LCD with white back light on cordless handset
  • Handset call button with status indicator on base unit
  • Up to 6 DECT cordless handsets*2
  • Support for up to 8 SIP registrations (e.g. up to 8 DID lines or extensions)
  • Ethernet pass-through port*1
  • Hands-free speaker phone on base unit and cordless handset

*1 This function is available with KX-TGP550 only.
*2 For US model : KX-TGP500/550 are available for only KX-TPA50.

Note: These functions depend on environment of network and Internet service provider

Additional Information

TypeDeskphone, Cordless
Task LevelEntry, Mid-Level, Executive, Receptionist
Lines Supported3
Codecs SupportedG.711, G.722, G.726, G.729A
RJ45 PortsNo
PoE CompatibleNo
Power Adapter IncludedYes
DownloadsUser Guide



Technical setup, but not that difficult , 6/14/14
By Dave
Good quality equipment. We used Anveo to supply our phone lines and setup was relatively easy, given that Anveo provides a screen shot of the setup.

The technical part comes from having to figure out that the administrative/setup guide isn't supplied with the phone system; it's a download from the internet. Steps:

1. Install the system and plug it into your ethernet.
2. Determine the designated IP address by heading to the "network" portion of the menu on the base phone.
3. Enable web connection while in the "network" portion of the base phone menu.
4. Using a computer on the same network, type in that ip address for the phone. With that, you'll launch the firmware on the phone and be able to have a nicely programmed setup screen for the system.
5. Head to the setup screen (not sure what it's referred to) using the browser and, given the settings from your SIP provider, enter the information and connect.

I had a lot of trepidation about converting from analog to VOIP for our small office, but the best thing I did was just order the phone system and spend the hour configuring it, along with the call flow within Anveo (which handles call routing, IVR and voicemails).

Our analog lines, three of them, are now replaced with one Anveo line with floating channels (temporary number provided until porting takes place). Cost went from $97/month through our local analog provider to less than $6/month with Anveo.
Does what it says it will do and not bad overall , 3/17/14
By Techsys
I have always had great performance with Panasonic phones and especially wireless models.

Having decided to finally switch to VOIP for my small business, I figured this would be a good entry model and I believe I was right.

It was easy to install because this system is also sold by my provider so they had the setup info ready to go. It helped a LOT that I knew it had a web interface even before I bought it so I could configure some other settings before the session with the provider and which helped breeze through the whole process.

One selling point I liked is that this unit can receive updates manually or automatically as well as update the time from a NTP server of your choosing though neither are well documented and I actually have no yet found what I should put as an automatic update source.

Even so, I would definitely recommend this to anyone with a small 1-3 person office and particularly if your provider already knows the unit.
Nice phone, we have been using the same phone , 3/10/14
By don
We have been using the same phone at another location for
about 9 months and have not had any major issues. I think most of the issues are with the internet.
Reasonable Quality at the price point, difficult config. , 6/4/13
By -Rob-
The Quality of this equipment is about 3.5 stars. Setup of this equipment was a nightmare on RingCentral (4 days), but this was more a problem with the provider than the equipment.

The administration documentation for the phone is very vague and non-existent in places. The wireless handset lacks functionality and features, plus it feels cheap in comparison to my previous Panasonic equipment. But in general even with reduced handset functionality, the $200.00 price point for a desk and wireless SIP phone, makes this a good entry level bargain.
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