Integrated Business Phone and Internet Gets Easier and Affordable

Updated: January 07, 2011

What used to be a giant hassle for networking engineers and small business owners has now just gotten way easier. Without having to network multiple circuits for installment and deployment of phone voice services and Internet bandwidths, businesses can now enjoy full PBX features using analog.

The use of current analog systems will help businesses save on upkeep and installment costs which is good news for those organizations who are in desperate need to improve communications for productivity but have had to keep a tight reign on their I.T. budgets. With AACER reporting a larger increase in bankruptcies up to 345 businesses a day for February into March, business owners and CTOs have a real need for a more economic product without decreasing productive features for their voice and data needs.

“This product couldn't come at a better time in our Nation's current economic state,” says Aaron Siegel of TopSavings.Net, a business telecommunications services consultant firm and brokerage. “I really am hoping to see more of our businesses pull through this tough time, and this will definitely be a helping hand to many businesses right now as well as to ours.”

The integrated phone service comes with many customizable and scalable options. With phone services there are local access options along with business long distance that come with enhanced free PBX features such as caller ID, actual visual voicemail, auto attendant, three way calling, 100 capacity conference calling, and over 24 other included features including follow-me services. Ultimately, the end user can now enjoy VoIP/SIP like phone features with their Internet data access under one economical package allowing for UC (Unified Communications) between offices, mobile phones, and home phones.

The service is open to businesses effective March 3, 2010 and is open to small and medium sized businesses nationwide. Essentially, businesses with fewer than 1,000 employees and more than 10 are qualified for the new integrated business services.

TopSavings.Net is offering pricing quotes for the integrated phone and Internet service on their site in their 'business' 'network' section via online quote form under the web link 'Integrated'. “The quote system currently being used should expect to be flooded by next week with requests and the team at TopSavings.Net plans to be working over time just processing, forwarding ,and confirming business information,” Siegel stated.

TopSavings.Net has been an online telecommunications consultant and brokerage firm located in Scotts Valley, Santa Cruz County, California. The company has been servicing residential, business, large enterprise, and government agencies since 2001.

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