by CIO Staff

Keyspan Unveils Skype-Compatible, Cordless VoIP Phone

Aug 28, 20062 mins
MobileSmall and Medium Business

Keyspan on Monday announced that its new cordless voice-over-IP (VoIP) phone, which is Skype-compatible and goes for about $80, will ship before the end of August, according to an Aug. 28 press release on

The new Keyspan phone supports both PC-to-PC and PC-to-phone calls, from a Mac or a PC, and supports caller ID and speed-dial functions for Skype and Skype out numbers, according to the release.

Users can open their Skype accounts via the new Keyspan cordless phone with a single click of a button, and an LCD display tells them who is available online as well as information on the length of calls and the strength of signals, according to the release. The phone can be used for up 15 hours of talk time due to its rechargeable batteries, as well as 1,200 hours of standby time, according to the release.

Keyspan Cordless VoIP Phone
Keyspan VoIP Phone

“Keyspan’s Cordless VoIP Phone lets you use Skype anywhere in your home or office,” said Mike Ridenhour, Keyspan president, in the release. “And, you can take the Keyspan Cordless VoIP Phone on the road, to use in hotels, airports and cafes, as long as you have an Internet connection and are within range of your laptop.”

Consumers can purchase the new phone via Keyspan’s Web store, or from select retailers.

For additional information, visit the Keyspan website.

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