Metal free (6), cobalt(II) (7), copper(II) (8) and manganese(III) (9) phthalocyanines, which are tetra substituted at the peripheral positions with 2-[2-(1,1':3',1''-terphenyl-2'-yloxy)ethoxy]ethoxy groups, were synthesized and characterized by IR, H-1-NMR,C-13-NMR, UV-Vis and mass spectroscopy. Electrochemistry of the phthalocyanines were studied with voltammetric measurements by using cyclic voltammetry and square wave voltammetry techniques in DCM/TBAP electrolyte on a Pt working electrode. Electrochemical measurements exhibit that incorporation of redox active metal ions, Co-II and Mn-III, into the phthalocyanine core extends the redox capabilities of the Pc ring including the metal-based reduction couples of the metal. While (MnClPc)-Cl-III showed only metal based reduction reactions, (CoPc)-Pc-II showed metal based and ligand based reduction reactions as expected. Cyclic and square wave voltammetric studies showed that phthalocyanines have reversible/quasireversible/irreversible redox processes, which are the main requirement for the technological usage of these compounds.