Office Telephones Buyers Guide

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Updated: January 05, 2011

With this Office Telephone Buyers Guide

  • Understand benefits of PBX vs VoIP Office Telephone Systems
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Guide Details

I want to buy new office telephones, but what is the difference between PBX and VoIP? Which technology do I need? What is an IP-PBX?’ If these are some on the questions on your mind when choosing your new office telephones, this guide will help. ‘What is the difference between PBX and VoIP, and does it matter?’ steers you through the office telephones technology maze. It tells you what the technology means, why it probably doesn’t matter, and takes a look at 10 of the top-selling office telephones (whatever their technology) and what they can offer your business.

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