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JABRA PRO 920 MONO

A reliable, affordable, and simple professional wireless headset that doesn’t compromise on sound quality. Comes in both DECT and Bluetooth versions with several duo and mono variants for both deskphones and computers.

  • Long range – take calls over 100 metres away from your desk
  • World-class sound – HD Voice & noise-cancellation
  • Easy to use – Plug-and-play with 12-hour battery
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Why go wireless?

In short: real business benefits. But don’t take our word for it. Benchmark Portals completed a study of Brother International Technical Support moving to wireless, and concludes:

“Wireless headsets might be the highest ROI investment you can make:”

  • Reduced talk-time: average talk-time went from 19.5 minutes to 14.4 minutes – a 26.2% saving
  • Fewer transfers: in the study, transfers dropped by 62.7% – which in itself secures a ROI on the headsets of 1,353%

The study concludes:

“By moving from tethered headsets to wireless, this office equipment technical support centre experienced multiple benefits, which were shown both in terms of measurable financial savings and in terms of agent satisfaction. From the CFO to the frontline agent, everyone was a winner – especially the customers.

 

Wireless headset range

Bring your conversation to the coffee machine, colleague or private room. The Jabra PRO 900 DECT variants give you the wireless freedom to walk and talk at a range of up to 120 metres (or 100 metres for Bluetooth variants).

World-class sound

Lifelike conversations require great, ambient-noise reducing speakers and a noise-cancelling microphone that also avoids air shocks. With Jabra PRO 900, you can get both – and choose between a range of mono and duo variants.

Easy to use with all-day battery

Jabra PRO 900 is easy to set up and get started. Each headset comes with a pre-connected charging base so you can make calls straight away. With up to 12 hours of battery time, you’ll never have to worry about running out.