A new PABX system?

Need more information on a PABX system?

Updated: January 06, 2011

Guide on how to Buy PABX System:

  • Why an all-inclusive package is best
  • Which features you can insist on
  • Why VoIP might suite you better than hosted

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Guide Summary

A new PABX system can be a simple solution to your office telephony headaches – but finding the right one can give you a headache too. If you don’t know that kind of PABX system you want or what the advantages of it might be, we are here to help you. Our friendly free guide will tell you what a PABX system can do for you; what features to look for; why you might want a hosted system rather than a VoIP one; how much you can expect to pay for your new system; and where to go for further information on the top-selling brands.

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