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#573397 06/19/14 12:26 PM
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Does any know when the 24-button phone was discontinued? Just trying to age a system.

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I think about nine years ago. I don't show them on any invoices after 2003 and I don't think there was much overlap when the 24 and 30 button sets were both available.


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The last time I was able to order brand-new ones was in 2005 but the date code might have been 2004. That puts Derrick spot on. Of course Target still had "New-In-The-Box" for a while after that.


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I never sold the "Triad" line, but did sell the Infinite line. Wouldn't the Triad phones have had a serial code sticker underneath that would read something like "SFG816432" The "G" would mean July, and the 1st digit "8" would be the year? If so, there's the answer.


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Originally Posted by adteldon
I never sold the "Triad" line, but did sell the Infinite line. Wouldn't the Triad phones have had a serial code sticker underneath that would read something like "SFG816432" The "G" would mean July, and the 1st digit "8" would be the year? If so, there's the answer.

Well that will tell you when that phone was made, not when Vodavi quit making them.


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