8x8 Launches Virtual Office Solo: Business VoIP Phone System

By Neil Zawacki
Updated: May 13, 2011

8x8 Launches Virtual Office Solo: Business VoIP Phone System

8x8, Inc. has announced the widespread availability of 8x8 Virtual Office Solo, an all-inclusive VoIP telephone and cloud communication solution that is specifically designed for single person businesses.

8x8 Virtual Office Solo includes the following:

  • Softphone Calling Features – The solution comes with a dedicated business phone number and full VoIP telephone service. The system can automatically forward incoming calls to a PC handset or other calling device, and comes with voice mail, call waiting, three-way calling, music on hold, and call recording.
  • Mobile Integration – Virtual Office Solo comes with free downloadable mobile apps that allow users to make and receive calls through their mobile devices. The Virtual Office Solo phone number will also show up as their Caller ID during phone calls.
  • Internet Fax and Virtual Meeting Service – The solution has a built in fax service that lets you send and receive faxes over the internet. It also provides full access to 8x8’s Virtual Meeting, a video web conferencing service that allows users to host telephone and web-based conferences with up to fifteen people at once.
  • Communications Management Portal – Virtual Office Solo has a comprehensive inbox that can provide users with an incoming call log and show the current voicemail messages and any faxes that have been received through the IP service.
     
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