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Cisco

CiscoThanks to affordable IP endpoints in the Cisco 6900 Unified IP phone series more organizations can now take advantage of IP communications. Telephone Magic Inc. is an online leader in providing replacement and spare Cisco IP phones at wholesale prices.

Jeff Jackson, president of Telephone Magic indicates “When our clients call for Cisco IP endpoints we offer a wide spectrum of phones to suite a variety of budgets and Voice over IP network needs. Unlike anonymous shopping cart websites that can have out of date prices, we offer clients a personal relationship with a representative they get to know. We consult them to narrow their requirements and provide current wholesale pricing.”

Mr. Jackson continues, “Most of the Cisco 6900 IP phone models support full-duplex speakerphones for a more productive, more flexible, and easier-to-use IP phone experience. Some models also introduce support for single-call per-line appearance, which offers a traditional telephone interaction for business clients who seek this type of call experience for their staff. Fixed keys for hold, transfer, and conference along with tri-color LED line and feature keys also make the phone easier and simpler to use.”

There are six models available in the Cisco 6900 IP phone series. The Cisco 6901 IP phone is a trimline telephone; the Cisco 6911 IP phone is a one-line VoIP telephone; the Cisco 6921 Unified IP phone is a two-line terminal; the Cisco 6941 IP phone 6941 is a four-line VoIP telephone; the Cisco 6945 IP phone is also a four-line desk phone; and the Cisco 6961 IP phone is a robust twelve-line VoIP telephone set.

Sprint

Dish Network values its offer at $7 a share, including $4.76 in cash and the remainder in its shares. The offer is 12.5 percent above Sprint Nextel’s closing share price on Friday.
“The Dish proposal clearly presents Sprint shareholders with a superior alternative to the pending SoftBank proposal,” Mr. Ergen said in a statement.

Mr. Ergen said a “Dish/Sprint merger will create the only company that can offer customers a convenient, fully integrated, nationwide bundle of in- and out-of-home video, broadband and voice services.”

Dish Network said it would be able to combine its existing broadband and TV offerings with Sprint Nextel’s cellphone operations, allowing it to better compete with rivals like Verizon that are moving into new areas in search of revenue.

Dish Network’s effort to take over Sprint is the latest of many moves toward consolidation in the highly competitive broadband industry. In 2011, AT&T tried to buy its rival T-Mobile USA, a move that was blocked by the Justice Department because of antitrust concerns. Last year, Verizon scored a deal with a group of cable companies that agreed to sell it spectrum licenses to build its wireless network in exchange for allowing them to sell their cable services inside Verizon stores.