NEC is allowing businesses to stay in touch on the move with the launch of the UNIVERGE MH240 Multi-line Mobile Handset.
The company says their MH240 delivers all of the features that users expect from a desktop phone in an easy-to-use mobile handset, allowing employees to do business as seamlessly as if they were at their desks.
“The UNIVERGE MH240 Mobile Handset offers advanced wireless features for organisations on the go,” said Andrew Cooper, Sales Director, NEC. “It improves user accessibility, productivity and responsiveness by providing workers the ability to roam seamlessly between multiple business locations. Users have the flexibility to respond efficiently even while mobile, with both workers and customers benefiting from the increased responsiveness. This is a perfect sell for our business partners.”
The MH240 works with NEC’s UNIVERGE WL1500/1700 Series Access Points to offer a simple means of deployment and easy WLAN network scalability for SMBs, offering growing organisations a low-cost, enterprise-grade WLAN environment through its ability to serve both as an access point and a controller.
The MH240 supports eight programmable keys – all available through one-touch operation, which is an ideal way for workers to stay connected even while on the move. Keys can be assigned to a combination of lines or features. Through this capability, the MH240 and the user’s desk phone can share line appearances.
“With the MH240, users can walk into any business location connected through NEC UNIVERGE SV8100 system and have instant service, with no need to fumble through time-consuming setting changes,” said Cooper.
NEC adds their MH240 offers excellent voice quality, an intuitive LCD screen and simple menu-driven navigation. Other features include a personal phonebook, courtesy mode, redial, plus an integrated speakerphone. Its rechargeable lithium battery pack provides three hours of talk time and eighty hours of standby time. With the dual desktop charger cradle, the MH240 is always ready.