BeoCom 3 ISDN


Production: 2001 - 2006

Available from spring 2001, the BeoCom 3 ISDN was only available in selected markets.  It was designed by Bang & Olufsen Telecom in association with Designit A/S of Denmark, the first time that this company had been commissioned to design a product for Bang & Olufsen.

The telephone used the latest ISDN available technology to allow either two telephone conversations to be held at one time or to access the Internet with one ongoing call.

Two individual ring tones could be assigned to two of the stored telephone numbers whereby a user could determine just who was telephoning.

The uniquely-shaped Beocom 3 was available in either black or blue, with its light handset residing in a specially designed ‘cup’.

The iF Design Award was given to the BeoCom 3 in 2002 for “outstanding design”.  This was the seventh time that Bang & Olufsen had been given the honour.

BeoCom 3 ISDN technical specifications

Category: Corded 
Line interface Euro ISDN 2 
2 Digital 
Dimensions WxHxD: 
Weight 210 x 180 x 165 mm. 
600 g ( handset 120 g ) 
Finish base: 
Placement Black, Blue 
Memory (Phonebook): 
Caller ID with date and hour 
Redial. 250 numbers with names 
24 numbers and name 
24 numbers and name 
Features: Extended redial 
Dialling of Caller ID number 
Indicator for line busy. 
Indicator for unanswered calls 
Hands-free function 
Volume control 
Microphone mute 
Display of call duration 
Ringer settings 
Contrast adjustment in display 
Light in display activated by operation 
Headset connection 
Supports supplementary services 
4 MSN (Multiple Subscriber Number) 
Accessories: Headset 

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