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Yealink T34W IP phone: a game changer for small business

Posted by Daniel Noworatzky on Dec 20, 2023 10:21:00 AM

Yealink T34W IP phone - TeleDynamics blog

In the style typical of what we expect from Yealink, the company has introduced a new desk phone to its already star-studded IP phone portfolio. This phone fills in the gaps between the existing models by presenting a unique combination of features and capabilities.

The T34W complement the T3 entry-level series. In this article, we highlight some of its most attractive features.

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The Yealink T34W

Yealink's SIP desk phone portfolio consists of three primary groupings: the T3 entry-levelT4 prime business, and T5 premium business IP phones. Yealink's newest phone, the T34W, falls into the first category.

The T34W stands out for its dual-band Wi-Fi connectivity capabilities, its USB port for headset connectivity, and its enhanced security features. Its color display and design are shared with the T33G, but that model lacks the Wi-Fi and USB functionalities of the T34W. The T31P and T31G, being more basic models, offer monochrome displays and fewer features than the T34W.

The new phone is highly expandable and versatile due to its multipurpose USB 2.0 port that can be used with both Yealink wired USB headsets and Bluetooth headsets via the Yealink BT50 and BT51A Bluetooth adapters.

In addition, the phone's support for the EHS35 adapter enables seamless support for Yealink wireless headsets.

The T34W fits in very nicely at the top of the T3 series of entry-level phones. It combines a large color screen, wireless connectivity, and a maximum of four SIP accounts, and it is available at a price point that fittingly matches its entry-level status.

Key features

Here are some of the key features of the T34W:

  • 2.4" ­320×240-pixel color LCD screen
  • Built-in dual-band Wi-Fi support at 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz
  • USB 2.0 port for wired headsets
  • Supports the EHS35 adaptor for broader support of Yealink headsets
  • Compatibility with Yealink dongles for Bluetooth headset compatibility
  • Up to four SIP accounts
  • Five-party conference call support
  • Dual Gigabit Ethernet ports for wired and PC connectivity
  • PoE support
  • T3X Series unified firmware
  • Easy management via the YDMP/YMCS platforms

Use case for the Yealink T34W

Scenario: A small to medium-sized business office where desk mobility and easy installation are important.

Application: The T34W's built-in Wi-Fi allows for flexible placement without the need for Ethernet cabling, making it ideal for environments where desk locations frequently change or cabling is impractical.

Its HD audio with Smart Noise Filtering makes it suitable for busy office environments, ensuring clear communication. The support for multiple SIP accounts also allows for shared use or handling multiple lines effectively.


Yealink continues to impress by developing and deploying new phones that address real-world communications needs. The T34W is a business IP phone offering built-in Wi-Fi, superior HD audio with noise filtering, and a 2.4-inch color display, making it ideal for modern, flexible office environments. It complements the already comprehensive lineup that Yealink offers.

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Topics: SIP Phones, SIP, Yealink, Bluetooth

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