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Gigaset is and remains the first choice for phones

17. January 2019 Published by Raphael Doerr

Just as “Kleenex” is synonymous with tissues, so is Gigaset with cordless phones. Anyone wanting a high-quality, solidly crafted, visually appealing phone with an extensive range of technical features usually thinks of Gigaset.

But that’s not just blowing our own horn in the company blog, but a view that’s very much shared by experts and customers – as shown by the latest list of best products published by the prestigious trade magazine connect. It lists the best IP phones and analog cordless phones.

Clear result

A look at the top 10 IP phones shows Gigaset occupies 7 places. The CL660HX ranks 1st, the SL450HX 2nd, the S850A GO 3rd and a rival device 4th, then come the Gigaset models S850HX, C430HX and E560HX in 5th, 6th and 7th, with devices from another competitor in spots 8 to 10.

The picture for the top 10 analog phones is not much different. Here too, Gigaset occupies 1st and 2nd places with the models S820A and SL400A. A rival is in 3rd, followed again by Gigaset models – the C610A IP, S810A and E630A– in 4th, 5th and 6th. A competitor is in 7th and 8th, the Gigaset CL540A comes in 9th, and 10th spot again goes to a rival. Once again, Gigaset is the dominant manufacturer, with 6 out of the top 10 models.

Change in the market

A particularly pleasing aspect is that Gigaset fares so strongly in the IP segment for handsets that can be operated directly on a router (IP phones). “That’s clear proof Gigaset is able to keep in step with every technical development in telephony and capture a dominant position in a short space of time,” says Raphael Dörr, SVP Corporate Communications & Investor Relations, Gigaset AG.

The company offers future-proof models with a rich range of variants for every taste and requirement with its Gigaset HX and Gigaset GO – with the special highlight that they can be used on any DECT and CATiq router and, of course, with any Gigaset base station. So one thing’s for sure: Gigaset is and remains the front-runner for phones.

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