I spotted this Avaya Partner digital telephone set at a suit store in Chicago’s North Side neighborhood of Lincoln Park.
My friend Justin took this photo of a customer service telephone at Disney World. It looks like an explosion proof durable telephone made of metal. Most of Disney is digital Nortel Meridian 1 telephone equipment, but there are tons of analog extensions all around the park.
My fiancé and our friends Jon and Kristen and I visited this awesome steakhouse a few weeks back in the burbs. The food is amazing here and definitely worth a visit. I spotted these second generation Avaya Partner Digital sets on their front counter. Popular with many small businesses and retail stores, the Partner was ...
One of the busiest Home Depot’s is this large one in Chicago in the Bucktown neighborhood. We picked up a van today to transport some items and I observed quite a bit of Cisco phone action while waiting at the counter, including a ton of overhead paging.
Our favorite small super fruit market…..that is a market that carries mainly fruit items and a deli, has a small Panasonic digital telephone system with paging, intercom and these sleeker looking Panasonic digital telephones.
My fiancé and I had our wedding shower today at this wonderful restaurant bowling and bocce ball place in Northbrook, IL today. At the front counter I noticed these old school key system digital telephones. Vodavi is the brand name while the telephones model name is Starplus. Vodavi was acquired by Vertical Communications in 2006, ...
I snapped these screenshots from a video about companies switching to casual dress in 1997. This is deep in the heart of the great phone system era. Second generation ROLMphones: AT&T 7400 Series Phone: Nortel M2616 Phone:
This is a newer styled Panasonic digital telephone shown at a bookstore. It looks very similar to the Toshiba digital phones that have just been discontinued.
I snapped this photo at a retail outlet store here in the Chicago area. This phone was spotted at the checkout. Saks used to be all Nortel but has switched to Avaya.
I spotted this Vertical Vodavi LG Nortel Ericsson digital telephone at a menswear store in Chicago. You name the manufacturer because it has a ton of different brand names stemming from Vertical buying Vodavi and Vertical partnering with LG Nortel which became LG Ericsson. This phone design is a digital set, although the manufacturer also ...