To cater to SMBs who are transitioning to VoIP environments at a rapid pace, TelcoDepot (News - Alert).com, a supplier of business VoIP and other telephone equipment and accessories, recently launched a Xblue X-50 business VoIP phone system that can be purchased via its online store.
Through its website, TelcoDepot supplies VoIP phones, hosted PBXs, traditional PBX (News - Alert) phone system equipment from multiple brands such as Aastra, Allworx, Grandstream, NEC, TalkSwitch, Xblue and Yealink at affordable prices with great support options.
“The X50 is a small business VoIP system that is exemplary in the way it provides scalability and high performance for small businesses while also creating opportunities for significant cost savings," said Yaron Ram, a TelcoDepot.com principal, in a statement.
The Xblue X-50 business VoIP system includes a base server/router that is configured to connect up to 6 POTS lines (analog) and 8 VoIP phone system lines, as well as 24 of the Xblue X-2020 VoIP telephone system lines. The business VoIP phone system also features a single analog extension for a cordless phone or fax machine, as well as a wireless router and firewall with everything delivered as a complete plug and play unit.
Recently, TMCnet reported that Nextiva, a business VoIP provider, sets itself apart from the wide array of companies in this space through the level of call quality, reliability and customer service it offers.
When communicating with both potential and existing customers, the provider strives to go above and beyond what most customers have become accustomed to, as the company makes it a focus to take time to assist users and help them to better use the system. The Nextiva approach is in fact proactive rather than reactive, and customers are continuously kept in the loop, helping to form lasting relationships.
According to Yaniv Masjedi, vice president of the company, “Every single day we focus on amazing service because we know we can’t always be the innovator in the industry and the reality is customer service is key.”
To learn more about Nextiva, click here.
Edited by Jamie Epstein