Global Fibernet Unveils On-Demand Virtual PBX for SMBs
Global Fibernet, a provider of virtual PBX and VoIP solutions for businesses especially small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), has just launched its cloud hosted on-demand virtual PBX.
The service provides businesses with an IP-based phone system with unlimited calling, as well as many cutting edge business phone services offered for as little as $14.95 per month.
The virtual PBX service includes several features including an easy to understand Web portal that allows users to completely self-manage their service. The service also offers over 40 of the latest business features, without requiring any maintenance contracts or increased IT support.
“The $14.95 price point is a reflection of our dedicated strategy for the SMB platform,” said Lons Airestein of Global Fibernet, in a statement. “This product and others soon to follow are driving wider availability with businesses of all types and sizes nationwide.”
“Not only has Global Fibernet added extensive features and accessibility options to the platform, but we’ve also made a commitment to price our products in such a way as to be the most competitive in the industry,” Airestein added.
The virtual PBX service from Global Fibernet is making a concerted effort to answer the call from its many SMB partners, company officials said. The service eliminates major capital investment required for building a business class telephone system. When coupled with monthly service charges in the hundreds of dollars, most SMBs are satisfied with simply having a phone line at their location.
Companies have started realizing the benefits of advanced hosted IP telephony platforms that include a high level of flexibility, disaster avoidance and economic scalability. These high-end services, earlier available only to large enterprises, have now intruded in the SMB space. Frost & Sullivan recently predicted that the North American market for hosted IP telephony and UC services will reach $8.4 billion by 2017.
Global Fibernet is planning to capitalize on this market opportunity in powering the virtual PBX solution that will allow hosted IP telephony to become even more accessible.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein