Business Phone System. Monday , April 23rd , 2018 - 08:16:04 AM
If you run a small business you may or may not know the advantages of a good phone system. You might tell yourself that you don t really need it because of the extravagant costs that are involved. If you haven t shopped around lately to see what new services are available, you may be surprised in what you find. A PBX telephone system is extremely expensive and should only be used by larger companies who can afford the better technology. However, now there is hosted PBX, or Internet PBX, depending on the term you like best.
While shopping for a business phone system, you must consider your future business needs to make an appropriate choice that won t cost too much money later. With a scalable phone system, you re insuring that current as well as future needs are being met at the lowest possible cost.
Another consideration with business phone systems is the number of phone lines coming in. Smaller systems typically have single lines that come in to a trunk group. This trunk group would allow one call per line and depending on the number of calls you anticipate processing each day, you would be limited to the number of single lines coming in to the phone system. Ask your vendor about the ability of the business phone system to interface with T-1 circuits. T-1 circuits are more expensive than an individual single-line, however they can accommodate up to 23 calls at the same time. If the phone system purchased cannot accommodate T-1 s, then you are limited to multiple single lines. Depending on the number of single lines needed, the cost of individual lines could be more than one T-1.
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