Analog PBX

Analog PBX, digital PBX, VoIP –– how do you choose between them?

Updated: January 06, 2011

With this Buyers Guide Get answers to questions like:

  • What’s the difference between analog and digital PBX?
  • Is VoIP a better option for your business?
  • Should you consider a hybrid system instead?

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Guide Details

Are you considering changing from an analog PBX to a digital one? Wondering which kind you should consider? Not sure if VoIP would suit you better? Our guide can help. ‘What is the difference between PBX and VoIP, and does it matter?’ steers you through the business telephone technology maze. It tells you about analog PBX, digital PBX and VoIP, explains the differences between them, and also takes a look at 10 of the top-selling business telephone brands.

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