How to Find the Best 2-line Business Phones

Learn how to evaluate, compare and purchase the business phone systems

Updated: January 06, 2011

Our 2 Line business phones Comparison Chart will give you information on leading brands, including:

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Guide Details

If you want to install new 2-line business phones at your company, and you’re in the process of researching vendors, then this guide can help. If offers a helpful comparison of over 20 different phone service providers, looking at key features that will likely matter to you during the decision-making process. The chart compares a number of different things, including costs, features such as Outlook integration and unified messaging, and hardware and software platforms supported. Once you have reviewed this chart, you should be able to make the best choice for which vendor will support the new 2-line business phones at your company.

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