Gigaset is and remains the first choice for phones17. 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.
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.