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VoIP Phone Service & Hosted PBX

A business VOIP phone system can reduce your monthly phone bill tremendously compared to a traditional business phone system.


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VoIP Phone Service & Hosted PBX

Voice over IP (VoIP) refers to phone services that are accessible through a high quality broadband connection. VoIP is typically more cost effective and scalable than traditional alternatives.

Easy To Use & Operate

Our Hosted PBX system is easy to setup, and simple to use. We’ve thoroughly designed it to be user-friendly, while providing our partners with the ability to customize as they see fit—no experience necessary.

Improved Scalability

Hosted PBX doesn’t limit your business’ growth. With a hosted system, you’re able to scale up or down as needed, without the manual labor or wait associated with traditional phone lines.

Flexible and Future Proof

With Hosted PBX, the office is anywhere you need it to be! Customers can access and update their phone system as needed, whether they’re at home, overseas, on the road, or on vacation.

Fully Featured

Traditional phone features such as call hold, call forwarding, caller ID, hunt groups, find me / follow me, call transfer and call pick up are included. In addition, you will receive new features like email notification of voicemails which can be heard through your PC.

Save Money Upfront and Over Time

There are no heavy investments to getting started with Hosted PBX. That means customers don’t need to purchase or maintain a cumbersome telephone system for their business. Hosted PBX systems also cost less to maintain in the long run and lower your monthly phone bill.

Will I lose my current phone number?

VoIP allows you to keep your same phone number(s) and directory listing. Even faxes can be sent over this technology.

Does this work off cellular towers?

You cannot use cellular service for calling on your VoIP service. You need to be connected to a WiFi network. So, for example, building contractors that are out in the field will not have access to their VoIP service.

What if I need additional phones?

It is easy to add or subtract phone lines as needed. If you have an ethernet jack, a phone can be programmed and plugged into it and you are making phone calls. Likewise, it is easy to move a line to an employee’s home for telecommuting. And, if you have multiple locations, you can 4-digit dial extensions in other locations.

Will my current phones work with this service?

In some cases, you may need to change phones. Older, smaller phone systems are probably not compatible with VoIP service. A consultation can determine whether you need new phones or not.

So it requires internet access? Will my current internet service be enough?

You may need to upgrade your internet connection. VoIP needs Internet bandwidth. It will not work on dial-up and will probably not work on DSL. If you have a large organization, you may have to have a separate dedicated connection for your VoIP service from your data internet connection.

Is VoIP right for my business?

Although the lower phone bills and increased features and functionality can be tempting, it does not necessarily mean it is right for your business. We would be happy to complete a free consultation to further discuss whether a VoIP phone system is right for you and your business.

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