Small Office Phone System Buyer Guide

Understand Best Technologies, Features & Brands for Small Business Phone Systems

Updated: January 06, 2011

With the Small Office Phone System Buyers Guide:

  • Find out: What is better Business VoIP service or Hosted PBX?
  • What are the must have features that will help prevent "missed calls" opportunities
  • How to pick the best local providers for your phone system service

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Guide Details

Growing your small business while continuing to cut costs can be a difficult prospect, but not when it comes to VoIP. A VoIP-based small office phone system can be an extremely economical choice—not only will you likely have lower phone bills, but you’ll also get a phone system that requires little maintenance and gives your business critical features that will help it grow and thrive. But how do you go about choosing the best VoIP-based small office phone system? This guide explains VoIP technology, and provides a list of which features you should look for when you’re shopping around. All of this information should help you make the best choice about which VoIP-based small office phone system you’ll implement at your business.

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