Panasonic Telephone System Vs the Toshiba Digital Phone System

The Panasonic telephone system is one of the most commonly used phone systems in the world, and in this article we’ll compare its features to comparable systems offered by Toshiba. We will look at systems that are designed for the small to medium sized business.

When first confronted with the various options offered by these two huge international brands, the prospect of choosing the right one for your business or organization can be a little daunting. There have been many a Panasonic telephone system over the years and more recently the up to date systems include the KX TE system. This is notable in the world of business communications as it is considered an advanced, fully hybrid communications system. It was developed with the small/medium size business in mind, namely because is fairly easy to expand. It can be upgraded from 3 office phone lines and 8 extensions to 6 lines and 24 extensions. This is done by adding optional cards that utilise analogue lines.

This system comes with caller line identification which includes an LCD option that displays the number of the caller on the digital keyphone. Further to this, the telephone numbers of up to 20 unanswered calls per extension can be catalogued. A voicemail option can be added to the system.

For businesses that believe they will expand in the future, the Panasonic telephone system arguably offers the possibilities for this to happen.

The Toshiba digital phone system is also a popular choice for business users, and compares favourably to the Panasonic phone system. It has arguably got some attractive features – an important consideration for the modern business environment. It also takes up a small amount of space, another important thing to consider in the modern working environment. This system comes with an LCD with tilt display – providing clear information and message prompts for various levels of light.

The Toshiba digital phone system is also known for its messaging Waiting Message Indicator/Visual Ringing Lamp – waiting indicator and its viewable ringing lamp alert for incoming messages, or that your telephone is going off when you are taking a different call. The large dial pad has won over some users with its user friendly interface, enhanced productivity and easy-to-use nature. It also comes with Audio Control Centre (offering Headset and Mute) – which enables you to quickly alter the path and loudness of your telephone call.

Both the Panasonic telephone system and the Toshiba digital phone system offer advantages to the modern business, and you should be able to choose the right one after some careful consideration.