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D-Link's DPH-540 flip-phone is ready to surf wireless VoIP networks

D-Link is adding a dash of style to WiFi phones with the new DPH-540 WiFi  flip-phone. The 802.11g based phone allows you to tap into an existing VoIP phone service and doesn't require the use of a computer.

The DPH-540 uses Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), and is ready to use with an Internet (VoIP) phone service plan. With echo cancellation, packet delay compensation and lost packet recovery, a VoIP call over a wireless network will sound similar to regular phone service.

The DPH-540 features a large color display and has all of the features you would come to expect from a modern phone including text messaging.

Details on pricing and availability have not been released at this time.





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