FAQ’s

What do I need to do before I get a vendor bid for my IP PBX?
Deploying an IP PBX system in your office is often an excellent decision, but before taking bids, there are several things to consider. Not all vendors offer the same type of equipment and services, so it is important to get a handle on precisely what it is you will need. Read More…

What is the average cost of an IP PBX phone system?
Purchasing an IP PBX phone system does not have to be a major expense, and increasingly, options are available for small businesses. However, the scope of your IP PBX can vary tremendously depending on your needs, the size, and the number of features, along with the level of custom installation, integration, and service you require. Read More…

What are the hidden costs of VoIP?
Moving to an IP PBX system can be financially advantageous, resulting in lower long distance fees, lower hardware costs, and access to higher-end features for very little extra money. The salespeople who offer the systems are quick to point out these advantages, and they are correct—but before you sign on the dotted line, make sure you have the whole picture. Read More…

Is VoIP For My Business?
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) can bring many advantages to a business of any size. And unlike some technologies that are limited to larger enterprises, VoIP is well-suited for small businesses or even SOHO operations. There is no limit on how large or small your company needs to be to enjoy the advantages of VoIP. Read More…

How do I pick the right hosted VoIP vendor?
A hosted Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) service can offer advantages over an on-premises system in many cases, especially for smaller businesses or companies which need to get up and running with a phone system quickly. Read More…

Do I have to keep my fax line when I switch to VoIP?
Most offices used to have a dedicated analog fax machine, connected to a separate phone line, often located in a central location such as a copy room. Since it was obviously impractical for each employee to have his or her own fax machine, this served a valuable purpose. However, this approach has limitations. Read More…