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Partner System cordless phones

Partner System cordless phones

Partner System cordless phones

Hello all, I know this is really old school but they are still around. I have a 2 card Partner system on a two slot carrier. The customer wants to add two Avaya 9031 cordless phones. I have the phones and the associated radio modules with matching serial numbers. The question is, is there any programming needed to get these to work? I believe they came from another site using a 5 slot-carrier. Thank you guys. Hope there is someone in this site that still recall these systems.

RE: Partner System cordless phones

no just plug them in they should work just like a partner 6 button phone more or less.

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