Chart Comparison of Vendors Supporting an IP Phone System

Comparison Chart of IP Phone Systems compares 55 Business Phone Systems in 24 Categories

Updated: January 06, 2011

With this chart:

  • Understand feature differences between phone system brands
  • Price comparisons for different phone systems
  • Scalability limitations on systems

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Guide Details

If you want to install an IP phone system at your business, then you should first consider which vendor you will choose. This chart of over 20 different IP phone system providers takes a comprehensive look at many of the main factors you will consider in your decision-making, from costs and features, to protocols supported and scalability. By comparing what each vendor offers, this chart can be a useful tool in helping you determine how to choose an IP phone system vendor. Whether your business has 5 employees or 50 employees, you should be able to use the information you’ve taken from this chart to make the right decision about IP phone system vendor you will choose for your business.

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