Flexible and Expandable VOIP Business Phone Systems and PBX’s Systems

Don’t Make the Mistake of Buying an Old Fashion,
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Using State of the Art VOIP Computer Technologies
You can have a Feature Rich PBX
or
Business Phone System
that you can
Never Out-grow.

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With Unlimited Service Starting @ about $30 a month Including phone service

 

You owe it to yourself to see how this can save your business BIG MONEY!!

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Open-Source Software and Open Standards Hardware Give You Freedom

By Avoiding the Pit-Falls of Being “Locked-In” to a Certain Vendor’s Line
With Built-in Limits to how many phones or how many incoming lines
Get a Phone System that can GROW with You!

 

Get a System that Lets You Choose: 

What Hardware You Want
From the Vendors You Want
With the Features You Want.

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Look at All the Features Available, Many Free, to Help Your Business Communications

  • Auto-Attendant
  • Day and night modes
  • Voicemail
  • Separate away and unavailable greetings
  • Default or custom greetings
  • Email notification and receipt of voice mail
  • Voicemail forwarding
  • Web interface for checking voicemail
  • Multiple mail folders
  • Visual waiting indicator
  • Call detail records
  • Flexible extension logic
  • Terminate extensions to regular phone lines or cell phone
  • Music on hold
  • Music on transfer
  • Call waiting
  • Caller ID
  • Caller ID blocking
  • Caller ID on Call waiting
  • Call transfer
  • Web based management console
  • 3 way calling / call conferencing
  • Find Me calling Service
  • Extensions in Remote Locations
  • International Virtual Numbers
  • Toll Free Numbers
  • And Lots More

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Created on 06/22/2007 11:07 AM by pcashman
Updated on 06/11/2008 09:18 AM by pcashman


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