Sangoma S Series Phone User Guide

NOTE: Sangoma Phones are the only phones built purposely for FreePBX and manufactured specifically for FreePBX systems only.

Sangoma PBXact S Series IP PhoneDesigned to work with both FreePBX and PBXact ip-pbxs, Sangoma S-Series IP phones are quick and easy to provision and get up and taking calls. Use them right out of the box. Each phone in the series features Power over Ethernet (PoE), so no power cable or outlets required. They have full duplex speakerphones, dual Ethernet Ports, multi-way conference calling, high definition voice quality and they’re Virtual Private Network (VPN) capable. Models include the s205, s305, s400, s405, s500, and the s705. These phones are designed exclusively for FreePBX & PBXact.

Sangoma Technologies Corporation is a Canadian manufacturer of VoIP hardware and software which are used in unified communications worldwide. Well known for their excellent interface cards, they established an early presence in the VoIP world with cards that surpassed their competition with great echo cancellation features. Sangoma acquired FreePBX publisher Schmooze in 2015 after which they designed and manufactured their own PBX appliances and their own IP phone line.

Sangoma PBXact S Series Phone User Guide.pdf for download.

Sangoma PBXact S Series Phone User-Guide


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About Sangoma

Sangoma Technologies Corporation, founded in 1984, is a Canadian manufacturer of VoIP hardware and software that are used in unified communications, PBX, IVR, contact center and data-communication applications worldwide. Sangoma acquired FreePBX publisher Schmooze in 2015, the best open source GUI (Graphical User Interface) that controls and manages Asterisk. Sangoma in September, 2018 acquired of Digium, owner of Asterisk.