Pros and Cons of Hosted IP PBX

Wondering about Hosted IP PBX versus On-premise?

Updated: January 06, 2011

Know you want hosted IP PBX but need to know which one? Use our easy-to-read PBX guide to find out:

  • Is Hosted IP PBX the best solution for your business?
  • How much would it cost to implement?
  • Which hosted IP PBX would best enhance your telecommunication system?

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Guide Summary

Are you a small to medium-sized business looking for a new telecommunications system? Are you wondering if hosted IP PBX is the best solution? Do you know what features to expect from a hosted IP PBX system, and how one brand offering differs from another? Are you wondering how much it would cost to run? Let us guide you through the host of advantages, features, options, costs and makes of on-premise and hosted IP PBX systems to find the right one for you. Save time and research by downloading our unique PBX buyer’s guide, and find other PBX guides available on our website.

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