Not all phones are created equally, but when dealing with the Avaya Partner 18D and Avaya Partner 18D series II phones they are no all that different. The Partner phone line has come a long way, starting out as an AT&T Partner Plus phone system and now it has evolved to the Avaya Partner ACS phone system. This progress has taken approximately 20 years. Let's take a look at the two main Partner 18D phones.
|Avaya Partner 18D Phone||Avaya Partner 18D Series 2 Phone|
|Avaya Model 7311H14B||Avaya Model 700340193|
|Avaya Euro 18d Phone (not meaning it needs to be used in Europe)||Avaya Partner 18D-003|
|Two Way Speakerphone||Two Way Speakerphone|
|Backlit Tilt LCD Display||Backlit Tilt LCD Display|
|Has Feature, Transfer, Conference, and Hold Buttons||Has Feature, Transfer, Conference, and Hold Buttons|
|Two Intercom Buttons||Two Intercom Buttons|
|Capable of 16 Outgoing Phone Lines||Capable of 16 Outgoing Phone Lines|
|Buttons Not Used For Outside Lines Can Be Speed Dial Buttons||Buttons Not Used For Outside Lines Can Be Speed Dial Buttons|
|Compatible with Partner Plus 3.1 or Higher, Partner II, & Partner ACS Systems||Compatible with Partner Plus 3.1 or Higher, Partner II, & Partner ACS Systems|
|Style Made After MLS-18d Phone||Style Made After Partner 18D Phone|
Now, by looked at the two phones, you will see they are really not that different. It is mainly the Series II Partner 18D phone was created after the Partner Euro 18D to look more modern. On the inside of the phones, the circuit boards were also manufactured differently, but their overall functions and abilities are the same.
The Partner 18D and Partner 18D Series 2 phones can be interchanged on the same phone system.
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