TeleMatrix 3100 Series hotel phones are curved by design to match the sweeping contours of modern guest room smart devices and fixtures. Choose single or two-line analog desk and lobby speakerphone and non-speakerphone models in Black or Ash with patented OneTouch message retrieval, and options for 5 or 10 programmable guest service keys. Click here to arrange a consultation, or here to request a quotation for your next property renovation or new construction project.
TeleMatrix 3100 Series. Curved by design to complement contemporary room decor.
If not, be sure to plan ahead and ensure that all your guest rooms are available for occupancy.
Texting is a great way to communicate, however, in the hotel lobby, at the elevator landing, pool, or in common areas, cell phones are not always the most efficient method of communication.
Designed for tight spaces and tighter budgets, Teledex Nugget Series small footprint phones save space in wall mount configuration as well as the nightstand.
Equipped with 0 or 3 programmable guest service keys, and a dial pad that is tucked away to leave room for a customizable faceplate, Nugget Series offers single-line functionality at an affordable price. Click here for product details, or here to request a quotation.
Teledex M Series hotel phones feature patented OneTouch voice mail retrieval.
Teledex M Series hotel phones, equipped with patented OneTouch message retrieval, auto-dial your guests directly into voicemail at a single touch of the blinking red voice mail key. And because OneTouch automatically turns on the speakerphone, guests may hear their messages hands-free, or lift the handset for greater privacy. Give your guests the hands-free convenience of OneTouch voice mail retrieval. Click here to browse M Series models and request an phone quotation, or here to arrange a consultation.
Teledex M Series Bluetooth hotel phones enable guest device pairing to stream and talk.
Teledex M Series hotel phones with optional Bluetooth pairing help keep your guests connected to stream sound, and place and receive in-room calls over their own cell network via their personal smart phone or tablet. Need a cordless handset in the room without the cost? Guests may pair to the M Series Bluetooth phone and use their smart mobile device as the remote cordless handset throughout the room! Click here for M Series product details, here to request a quotation, or here to arrange a consultation.
Teledex M Series hotel phones help travelers keep smart devices charged and connected.
Help your traveling guests stay connected on the road with Teledex M Series hotel phones. Equipped with USB charging ports in analog, VoIP, corded and cordless configurations, guests may charge their smart devices from both M Series desk sets and RediDock remote cordless handset kits. Guests are bringing multiple smart devices into the room. Keep them connected. Click here to request an M Series quotation, or here to arrange a consultation.
It rocks! Teledex M Series Bluetooth hotel phones with premium sound system.
Now guests may pair their smart devices in the room to stream music and place and receive enhanced speakerphone calls via Teledex M Series Bluetooth phones equipped with a premium sound system. M Series also saves space on the nightstand or desk by eliminating the need for a separate music playback device in the room. Connect your guests with the Bluetooth-connected room phones that rock! Click here for M Series product details, here to request a quotation, or here to arrange a consultation.
Match the contours of your contemporary hotel rooms with 3100 Series phones.
3100 Series hotel phones are curved by design to match the sweeping contours of modern guest room smart devices and fixtures. Choose single or two-line analog desk and lobby models with patented OneTouch message retrieval, and options for 5 or 10 programmable guest service keys. Click here for product details, or here to request a quotation.
Six signs that your guest room phone is out-of-date.
Submitted by Adam McMullen, Assistant Marketing Manager, Cetis, Inc.
Sign #4: Worn Buttons - Due to repeated use and cleaning, printed numerical buttons on a room phone may begin to wear over time. The 9 button, for example, typically incurs more wear because the guest is normally required to press “9” before every call. While most guests may intuitively know which is the 9 button, even if the number is worn off, worn buttons represent another sign that guests may negatively associate with a lack of room maintenance or cleanliness. Guests do expect amenities to be clean, and easy to use, so it’s important to recognize when phones are wearing out, and replace them immediately in order to maintain a positive guest experience. Click here to share information on your current phones and learn how to purchase spares, or upgrade to a newer phone model.
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