Officials at a Pittsburgh-based virtual PBX (News
) services provider say they’re specially positioned to help businesses find the right enterprise VoIP system.
A VoIPStreet virtual PBX is designed for businesses seeking to reduce operating costs and increase functionality, mobility and quality, company officials say, and it’s ideal for virtual offices, home offices, multiple location establishments and franchise owners.
For businesses with up to 50 employees who use POTs (plain old telephone) lines, VoIPStreet’s virtual PBX solution might be an ideal investment.
To gauge the usefulness of a virtual PBX system from VoIPStreet, the business asks prospectives to consider the following questions:
- Business Size: Does your businesses range from 1 to 50 employees?
- Business Type: Does your business consist of virtual offices, home offices, small offices, franchise or multiple location establishments?
- Current State: Do you currently use phone services from your local telephone carrier on a per-line basis, pay for long distance and have the option for a PBX phone system?
- Desired State: Would you like to lower your monthly phone bill by up to 50 percent while increasing your functionality?
Decision-makers nodding yes to all of the above may consider that a VoIPStreet virtual PBX solution could be well worth it for your business.
Designed to offer flexibility, affordability and scalability, a virtual PBX delivers functionality, zero complications and mobility. Unlike many hosted solutions, a VoIPStreet virtual PBX doesn’t require hardware and cuts down on overhead costs such as upgrading fees. VoIPStreet’s telecommunication engineers maintain, repair and upgrade all equipment from the company’s data centers.
The enterprise VoIP solution delivers more features at a lower cost. A few features in both VoIPStreet’s small and home office package and SMB package include full administration controls, extension dialing, music-on-hold, enhanced 911 support, call forwarding and parking, 3-way calling, unlimited local and long distance (Canada/Interstate), direct dial telephone number(s) and toll-free number(s), to name a few.
In addition to a small and home office package, companies may add up to 12 Lines and DIDs for $19.95 per line or $2.50 per DID. For number porting pay $5 per local DID and $12 per toll-free DID.
With an SMB package, add up to 23 lines and DIDs for $14.95 per line or $2.50 per DID. Include number porting for $5 per local DID and $12 per toll-free DID.
For more information about VoIPStreet, check out the company’s Web site
, or learn more on their Enterprise VoIP channel here on TMCnet
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Jessica Kostek is a channel editor for TMCnet, covering VoIP, CRM, call center and wireless technologies. To read more of Jessica’s articles, please visit her columnist page.