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    Default Cisco IP phones with bluetooth

    Doing some research at work, I found the following Cisco IP phones (office phones, not home phones) have built in bluetooth for use with a headset. If you have a hearing aid bluetooth device you should be able to pair with these phones.

    9971
    8945
    SPA525G, also comes as a SPA525G2
    7925G



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    When I was trying Phonak aids, I tried an older iCom Bluetooth paired to a Cisco 9951 phone on a conference call in a quiet office.

    From my perspective, it worked quite well. From the perspective of coworkers who were also on the call, I was louder than other people on the call. We expect that was probably an issue with the conference bridge and not my phone setup.
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