Compare PhoneSuite Models

Wondering which PhoneSuite hotel phone system is right for your property? Use this chart to determine which PhoneSuite model best meets your needs.




I want to offer my guests voice mail
I want to give my guests the option to either set their own wake up call or have the front desk do it.
When things get busy at the front desk, or at night, I’d like an auto attendant to answer.
I need call accounting with credit limit and auto shut off.
My Property Management System (PMS) needs “costed-call” data from the telephone system for posting to guest folios.
The franchise requires answer detection for billing accuracy. 
My property is serviced by a T1 trunk line. 
My PMS system can connect to the telephone system and check guests in and out. 
I have more than sixty rooms. 
My franchise requires two lines per room. If the first is in use, the second will ring. 
My administrative users need to answer calls ringing on other extensions and have access to single-button features like Hold, Do Not Disturb, Transfer, and Redial. 
My franchise requires an auto attendant option that will transfer callers to a toll-free registration number. 
I want my staff to be able to use the PhoneSuite Touch Screen Console. 
We want to minimize guest complaints and increase call billing accuracy with answer detection 
My property is serviced by a T1 trunk line. Should be “a T1 or PRI trunk line 

Compare the features of the PhoneSuite 64 and the PhoneSuite 112e




Answer detectionNoYes
Automatic Route Selection table entries32250
Maximum number of consoles12
Touch Screen ConsoleNoYes
Extension cloning (2 lines per room)NoYes
Maximum number of extensions64495
Number of extension digits2 or 33 or 4
PMS control interface (serial port)NoYes
Hunt groups, number/size32/816/14
Power consumption, per cabinet35 Watts55 Watts
Serial ports12
System speed dials1010
T1 trunk with DID/DNIS supportNoYes
Maximum trunks per trunk group1632
Maximum analog (FXO) trunk ports1648
Voice mail ports24
Feature phone supportedNo16

Both models provide these standard features

Message lamp controlIf all trunks are busy a 911 call will take priority and interrupt a call in progress to obtain access
Music on hold portPaging support
All programming non-volatileParallel printer port
Call credit limits with automatic shut off and alarm (optional)Per-room call restrictions: long-distance, local, room-to-room
Call accounting with 1000 or 2500 record call storage (optional)PMS interface via DTMF to extension port
Call accounting PMS interface (optional)Remote programming and configuration by technician
Call pickup groupsRestrict transfer of inbound toll-free calls to guest rooms
Defined actions on check-in and check-out affecting voice mail and wake settingsRoom status codes
3-way conference callsSub-attendant extensions
Console co-ring extensions for internal callsTrunk answer from any station (TAFAS)
Separate night mode console co-ring extensions list for internal callsConsole co-ring extension list for incoming outside calls
Do not disturb setting for extensionWake-up call with voice greeting
Either guest or console may set wake-up callsCall detail records (CDR/SMDR) via serial port

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