Mitel 5312 Phone This multi-line desktop phone features 12 programmable keys and is user-friendly, making it perfect for teleworkers, office workers and technical support staff.
Mitel 5324 Phone The MiVoice 5324 IP Phone is designed for communications-intensive companies that require a converged IP infrastructure.
Mitel 5320e Phone This full-feature, Gb passthrough display phone is for companies that need rich communications applications and services on the desktop.
Mitel 5330e Phone The MiVoice 5330e IP Phone is perfect for the enterprise desktop and features a large display and 24 self-labeling buttons that can be programmed for a variety of functions.

Mitel 5340 Phone This enterprise-ready IP phone features a large backlit display, productivity applications and programmable keys.

Mitel 5360e Phone Ideal for the enterprise executive, this desktop IP phone has a large, high-resolution touch display, superior sound quality and plenty of built-in features.
Mitel 6920 Phone Designed for the enterprise user, who requires flexibility and reliability from their phone to meet their heavy phone requirements

Mitel 6930 Phone Powerful and customizable IP phone designed for the power user

Mitel 6940 Phone Executive power users will rejoice as the power of touch is combined with flagship functionality in this state-of-the-art IP Phone.

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