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Not enough IP Addresses for VOIP Install

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We are having a VOIP phone system installed in the next month.  We won't have a enough IP addresses with our current class c private address to provide ip addresses to all of the new phones.  Current IP scheme: 192.168.2.0   255.255.255.0.  

According to our vendor we will be VLANing the voice traffic and the phones and computers will share an ethernet connection.  I'm not too familiar on VLANing.  Should I just supernet our whole ip scheme to a /22 network and change all of the subnets on our computers and devices to 255.255.252.0?  What are my other options?  I would like to make whatever changes with the least amount of interruption.  What is the best way to do this?
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