Wait - false alarm. We didn’t. It’s still a normal sized IP phone. We apologize for calling you honey. That made things kinda awkward, didn’t it? We were in a state of shock and weren’t completely aware of what we were saying. But at least we know that we didn’t shrink it, right? We just mistook a tiny replica of the Cisco Unified IP Phone 7906G for the actual Cisco Unified IP Phone 7906G itself. Phew. It happens.
So what is the Cisco Unified IP Phone 7906G? Glad you asked. In layman’s terms, it’s a phone. It has a receiver and a keypad. You pick up the receiver and dial a phone number on the keypad - any phone number you want, doesn’t matter. It doesn’t even have to be a working phone number. It can be a fake one you made up, or one digit repeated over and over again, or even the melody from your favorite Sugar Ray song. It’s up to you. When the call connects to whoever or whatever’s on the other end, you can use your mouth to talk into the receiver (but try not to breathe too hard). Maybe a conversation will start. Maybe it won’t. Who knows.
What we do know is that the Cisco Unified IP Phone 7906G is a great addition to any office environment. It’s got business features and functions, Power over Ethernet (PoE), Cisco inline power, and an LCD display that shows numbers that you dial, so you can write down that Sugar Ray melody you translated into numerical tones and pass it on to your only friend who doesn’t ridicule you for your music taste. They might get a kick out of it.
But just remember: you can’t text anybody on it.
Now where did that miniature Cisco Unified IP Phone 7906G go off to? It was right here a second ago. (We might be going crazy.)
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