TelcoDepot.com Introduces Red Mahogany

Small Business Edition of the Xblue X16

By Neil Zawacki
Updated: July 05, 2011

On June 28, 2011, TelcoDepot.com stated that the Red Mahogany Edition of the Xblue X16 business phone system was now available. The phone system was previously only available in Charcoal Black, Vivid Blue, and Titanium Silver.

The Xblue X16 is a business phone system that is designed for companies who have between two to sixteen users. It allows a business to connect up to four phone stations on one cable and comes with advanced phone functions like external call forwarding, live call recording, one touch intercom dialing, and a personal phone book. It also provides an outgoing call log, personalized feature buttons, and has a backlit LCD speakerphone built in to the system.

The Red Mahogany edition will provide small businesses with a new style option for their office phone system. TelcoDepot.com believes that this can help a company make a good first impression with potential customers and cause them to stand out from offices that use traditional phones.

An unnamed company spokesperson released a short statement about the new color option for the Xblue X16 business phone system. He stated that the Red Mahogany Edition will provide an additional option to complement existing color schemes and allow businesses to switch out their old telephone system to a modern one with advanced features and new capabilities.

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