Desk Phones

While the future of enterprise communication moves towards mobility and bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies, many companies still require desk phones for specific purposes and roles within their organization. Sometimes, a stationary phone not only makes sense, but serves a business critical function. From shared lines in meeting rooms to roles that are shared by several people, Dialpad supports and offers desk phones for organizations that require them.

Desk Phones

Dialpad supports and even offers desk phones for organizations that require them for particular roles or functions.

  • When a desk or a room phone is required

  • Desk Phones Supported and Offered


Does it cost anything to add desk phones to a Dialpad account?

No. Desk phone lines are the same price as a standard Dialpad Enterprise seat.

What is the difference between a desk phone and a room phone?

They’re the same device. The only difference is in their function. Desk phones are usually for individuals whereas room phones are in shared spaces.

How do you set up a room phone?

You can find more information about room phone setup here.

Once a desk phone or a room phone has been assigned, can it be moved or reassigned?

Absolutely. And it’s a relatively easy and straightforward process. Read more about how here.

Are all Dialpad functions available on desk phones?

All desk phones support standard business features (call forwarding, 3-way calling, call waiting, etc.). However features like messaging, integrations, and meetings will be limited.

How do I purchase a desk phone through Dialpad?

Once you’re a Dialpad customer, you can purchase desk phones directly through the administration portal.

My question about desk phones wasn’t answered here. Where can I learn more?

Check out our in-depth FAQ on desk phones.

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