An analog phone is a great choice for an employee whose workspace is located close to the Grandstream ATA device or Ooma Office Base Station, or who can use an Ooma Linx device to connect wirelessly to the Base Station. These phones can handle up to two simultaneous calls, so they are well-suited to employees whose call volume is low to moderate. Analog phones support all Ooma Office features such as call transfers, three-way conferencing, and more using star codes.

Although Ooma Office is compatible with most single-line analog phones, the list below outlines the devices that we recommend:

  • AT&T CL2940 DECT 6.0 Corded Phone
  • RCA 1113-1BKGA 1-Handset Landline Telephone
  • RCA 1113-1BSGA Corded Desktop Phone
  • RCA 1113-1BKGA 1-Handset Landline Telephone
  • Panasonic KX-TS880B Integrated Corded Telephone
  • Motorola DECT 6.0 Cordless Phone with 1 Handset and Caller ID L601M

For users who would like a DECT 6.0 analog desk phone with a two-line capacity and a variety of built-in Ooma Office features, the Ooma DP1 desk phone is the perfect choice. The DP1 desk phone syncs wirelessly with the Ooma Office Base Station, eliminating the need for an open phone port or an Ooma Linx device. You can learn more about the DP1 desk phone here.