Based on Popularity and Sales, we compiled the Top 5 Polycom IP Phones


  • Four linesPOLYCOM IP 550 PoE
  • Backlit LCD display
  • Shared call and bridged line appearances
  • Busy lamp field
  • Presence/Buddy lists
  • 2.5 mm Headset Jack
  • XHTML micro-browser for applications
  • Remote provisioning
  • Acoustic echo cancellation
  • Password login
  • 4 Context-senstive Soft Keys
  • Voice Activity Detection

A popular item for Polycom, the Polycom 550 IP Phone is a great combination of value and features. The 550 also boasts HD Voice, Polycom’s wideband audio with twice the voice clarity designed to produce sound free from echo and noise. The IP 550 is selling for as low as $221.00, coming with a rich feature set and up to 4 lines.



  • 3 Context-sensitive “Soft” Keys
  • 2 Line keys with Bi-color (red/green) LED
  • Polycom Acoustic Clarity
  • 4-way Navigation Key Cluster
  • 2 Volume Control Keys
  • Dedicated Hold/Handset Key
  • Hands-free speakerphone key
  • Microphone mute key
  • Dedicated 2.5-mm Headset Port

The Polycom 331 IP phone features Polycom’s Acoustic Clarity Technology. Much like HD Voice, this patented technology also works to eliminate echo and make conversations as “natural as being there”. The Polycom 331 is being sold as low as $93.00 and is a great buy as a middle of the road IP Phone for budget shoppers.

​Polycom 560 IP PoE

  • Four Lines
  • Backlit LCD Display
  • GigE-based network infrastructurePOLYCOM 331 IP PoE
  • Multifaceted productivity enhancement
  • Polycom HD VoiceX
  • HTML micro-browser for Web application
  • Shared call/bridged line appearance
  • Busy lamp field
  • Presence/Buddy list
  • 2.5 mm Headset Jack
  • 4 Context Sensitive Soft-Keys

The Polycom 560 can be purchased for $280.00 if you shop around, and does not include an AC adapter. Similar to the 550, the 560 has GigE support, which is short for Gigabit Ethernet, transmitting frames and information at a high speed rate.

Polycom 335 IP PoE


  • HD Voice
  • Backlit Display
  • Two Port Ethernet Switch
  • XML Microbrowser
  • Shared Lines
  • Busy Lamp
  • Two Lines
  • 2.5 mm Headset Jack
  • Microphone Mute Key

The Polycom 335 has varying prices, going as low as $96 for the savvy shopper. Many merchants are selling this model with and without an AC adapter, so make sure you’re selecting the proper package. Note that if you are not using PoE, you will need an AC Adapter.

Polycom 670 IP PoE

  • Polycom HD Voice
  • Six Lines in Stand-Alone Mode (Up to 34 w/ Expansion)
  • Backlit Color Display
  • GigE Switch
  • Busy Lamp
  • Presence
  • 2.5 mm Headset Jack
  • Microphone Mute Button
  • 4 Context-sensitive Soft Keys
  • Desktop Paging
  • Voicemail Button

Selling for as low as $344.00, the Polycom 670 is the flagship IP phone of the manufacturer. On top of high speed capabilities, it features a rich, vibrant color screen. For the more intricate small to medium business, the applications of this phone are perfect for keeping up and on top of things.

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