PBX Phones

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

Putting an IP PBX phone system in place at your business might seem like overly complicated unless you have all the information you need at hand. The first rule of order is to determine which IP PBX vendor is right for you. This comprehensive chart offers a comparison of over 20 different IP PBX vendors. It compares costs, features, protocols supported, and offers key information about each company’s background. Once you analyze this chart, you will be able to make the right decision about which IP PBX phone system to put in place at your business.

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