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Nextiva Connects with Small Business

June 18, 2010
By Alice Straight, Business VoIP Web Editor

Nextiva is looking to make it even easier for small businesses to run and meet their goals.
The company launched Nextivaconnect.com with the goal of giving people a one-stop shopping experience for their business phone needs.
The system allows a business owner to choose if they want a toll-free or local number and give the business the options to add a centralized greeting, set-up an employee directory and call routing. Users can be notified of voicemails either by e-mail or by text - so even when away from the office a business owner can quickly respond to clients.

'As an attorney in the Internet space, i was a bit hesitant about VoIP and its reliability but Nextiva changed my mind," said Christopher Gonzalez. "Nextiva was easy to set up and its clarity is great. I'm recommending Nextiva to all my clients and colleagues.'
The call routing feature allows a caller to be forwarded to up to five number -- cell phone, business phone or home phone so that they can reach your company with one call and limit the number of call backs.
Nextiva Connect customers can also use their old phone number, by porting into the Nextiva system.
Nextiva Connect features a web portal interface that allows the customer, to manage all the options and specific features for your IP phone. Some of the features include voicemail, call history, and profile scheduler.
There are no setup fees and Nextiva doesn't require a contract. Plan options range from $8.95 for 100 minutes a month to $69.95 for unlimited time.
 

Alice Straight is a business-voip editor. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Alice Straight

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