Using the top part of the phone.
We like to use the top part of the phone receiver more than the bottom, because we actually prefer to listen rather than talk. With 30+ million phones installed globally, you might assume the opposite; that due to our success, we're all talk. But to the contrary, because we listen to our customers and partners, we're able to better hear what the market is saying. Have a comment or question? Click here to tell us what's on your mind. We look forward to hearing from you.
Meet Teledex D Series. The new Diamond!
You never know, when you meet someone, will she be the one? How do you improve upon Teledex Diamond, the most popular hotel phone in the world? Click below to find out, when you view a video of the new Teledex D Series hotel phone.
Six signs that your guest room phone is out-of-date.
Submitted by Adam McMullen, Assistant Marketing Manager, Cetis, Inc.
Sign #6 Stains - Have you ever spilled coffee on your shirt in the morning and had to walk around with a stain for the rest of the day? Your co-workers pretend not to notice, but everyone knows that shirt stains stick out like a sore thumb. This is not only the case for shirt stains, but also for stains on your hotel guest room phone. These phones get spilled on, sneezed on, and even colored on by guests...making them stick out as the most unsanitary thing in the room. It is important to recognize when phone stains are beginning to stand out, and negatively effect guest satisfaction. Click here to request information on your current hotel phones and how to purchase spares, or upgrade to a newer phone model without stains.