Snom Technology is a German company that manufactures VoIP telephones that are based on the IETF standard SIP. The company’s IP phones are well regarded by all who use them, and the D3XX and D7XX series of desk phones are known for making communications much easier and more efficient for users.
That’s why it’s so exciting that Snom’s IP phones are now 15 percent off. The company decided to kick off the summer season with a strong price reduction of up to 15 percent. In a competitive market with other companies nipping at Snom’s heels, what better way to keep customers loyal than by offering reduced prices on its best phones?
The price drop isn’t totally in the spirit of giving, though. Snom IP phones will now be completely manufactured by the parent company, VTech, which acquired Snom at the end of 2016. The reduced price list began yesterday, July 6, 2017.
It’s predicted that Snom partners and customers will be able to benefit considerably from the lowered prices. As the announcement states, “The savings obtained will from now on be passed onto Snom partners and their customers that will also benefit from a leaner price calculation system. This price reduction is part of a series of additional measures that Snom will implement in the following months in order to get even closer to existing and future partners and customers, while increasing their market share in a decisive way. In terms of quality, Snom will never make compromises: their products will continue to maintain their well known high quality level.”
Acquisitions can be tricky because you can never be sure if quality will suffer once company operations change hands. But so far it looks like VTech’s acquisition of Snom has gone smoothly and will bode well for customers.
“As I have already stated several times, we believe the acquisition by VTech to be an excellent development for Snom and for our partners and customers,” declared Gernot Sagl, CEO of Snom Technology GmbH. “The upcoming price reduction is clear confirmation of this fact and will help our premium brand to become more attractive to a wider share of the market.”
Edited by Maurice Nagle