6 Reasons to Choose FS VoIP Phones

Updated on Jan 17, 2022 by

With the continuous changes in contemporary communication methods, IP phone is constantly evolving and adjusting to meet the needs of today's enterprises. Voice over Internet Protocol (voice over IP, VoIP) phones have become more and more common. Choosing a suitable VoIP phone for the enterprise is extremely important. FS has newly launched VoIP phones, which are IP phones with easy installation, high sound quality, and support for multi-party access.

FS VoIP Phones Models

FS VoIP phones consist of four models, providing customers with flexible options to meet their communication needs. The following is a simple overview of them:

Models FIP-3102 FIP-5112 FIP-5220 FIP-7220
LCD Display 132x64 2.3'' Black and White Screen 320x240 2.8'' Color LCD 480x272 4.3'' Color LCD 480x272 4.3'' color LCD
SIP Accounts 2 12 20 20
Programmable DSS Keys 2 35 45 92
Audio Conferencing 6 6 6 10
Local Phone Book 1000 1000 2000 2000
Call Logs 600 1000 1000 1000
Wideband Codec G.722, Opus G.722, AMR-WB, Opus G.722, Opus G.722, Opus
Ethernet Ports 10/100/1000 Mbps 10/100/1000 Mbps 10/100/1000 Mbps 10/100/1000 Mbps
USB Port USB2.0 USB2.0 USB2.0
Bluetooth Built-in Bluetooth via BT Dongle Built-in Bluetooth
Wi-Fi via Wi-Fi Dongle via Wi-Fi Dongle Built-in WiFi

Why Choose FS VoIP Phones

Not long after FS VoIP phones went live, it won a large number of users’ praise. Based on the positive feedback from users and the characteristics of FS IP phone, people’s consideration of choosing FS VoIP phones is attributed to the following 6 factors:

Voice Quality

FS VoIP phones are enterprise-level Internet phones with high definition voice quality. They are featured with Harman Speaker, Wideband Codec G.722 and Audio Codec Opus, which makes them deliver excellent sound quality and crystal-clear voice without extraneous noises and allows fluent conversations. FS IP phones could help you handle a variety of audio and bring you better communication.


BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) has led to Wi-Fi being used more widely as an Internet connection method, and IP phones have also adapted to Wi-Fi deployment. FS VoIP phones allow businesses to build wireless offices that offer mobility. That is, they have the same performance as a mobile phone, and can be moved to any place with Wi-Fi without incurring mobile phone fees. Also, you can choose FS VoIP phones builted-in bluetooth, which can connect to a bluetooth headset or other devices to achieve flexible short-distance mobile communication.


As the technology we use in the workplace continues to evolve, so does the ability of IP phones to adapt to different network structures. IP phones can not only provide mobility for wireless connections, but also supports traditional wired connections. For open offices, FS IP phones support wireless Wi-Fi deployment. For traditional offices, FS IP phones support PoE switch connection and network cable connection. For both types of offices, FS IP phones are an excellent choice. Additionally, you can connect wired headset and handset to get a clearer voice.


The installation method of FS IP phones is very flexible. The computer system does not affect the telephone system. That is, the call and the Internet access do not affect each other. And whether you choose a wired or wireless connection to access the Internet will not affect the use of the IP phone. The dialing method is exactly the same as that of a normal phone. You can easily install it on your desk to make direct calls, which is simple and fast.

Multi-party Calls

The FS IP phones support multi-party calling. This feature makes the situation of multiple users communicating seamlessly by voice call conference very easy to achieve. And FS IP phones can record the whole meeting, which helps save a lot of time for enterprises and greatly improve work efficiency. This feature of multi-party access is also one of the advantages of IP phones compared with traditional landlines.


When it comes to cost, price is one of the factors that needs to be considered, and another consideration is the consumption of telephone charges during use. FS IP phones help you save telephone charges. The cost is very low. And there are no other incidental monthly rent or value-added service fees charged. Each branch is equipped with Internet phone, and direct internal calls are free of charge. For example, city A and city B are different branches but both with Internet phone, they could call to each other without charge. And all the expenses are transparent and visible—Users can log on the website at any time to check the call record details, such as what number was called, when the call was made, how long the call was and how much the phone bill cost.

Find Your Right VoIP Phones

Voice over IP allows you to make voice calls using a broadband Internet connection instead of a regular phone line. This is also why voice over IP phones are becoming popular. Especially designed for providing excellent voice communication solutions, FS VoIP phones are suitable for schools, offices, call centers, restaurants and machinery shops and other scenarios. Regarding sound quality, we focus on high sound quality—smooth calls and no noise interference.

FS IP phones consist of color LCD and black and white screen. You can choose a right display screen according to personal needs and budget. With built-in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, the FS IP phones ensure your flexibility at work. If you need Wi-Fi and bluetooth, you can choose FIP-5112, FIP-5220 or FIP-7220.

The feature of PoE power supply will backup for you when power failures, so at this moment you can't worry about the voice file loss.

Benefitting from these features, the FS VoIP phones are powerful and expandable business phones that deliver optimum desktop efficiency and productivity.

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