Office PBX or Office VoIP – which one do you need for your small business?

A guide to business telephone technologies – and why it’s hard to tell the difference between them these days

Updated: January 06, 2011

Download out Office PBX Buyers Guide to learn about:

  • What’s the difference between Office VoIP and Office PBX?
  • What about hybrid systems – do they combine the best of both?
  • Which Office VoIP and Office PBX brands should I consider?

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Guide Details

Do you know the difference between Office VoIP and Office PBX? Are you looking to buy an Office PBX or VoIP system but not sure what kind you need? Try this guide! ‘What is the difference between PBX and VoIP, and does it matter?’ steers you through the business telephone technology maze. It tells you about the different Office PBX and VoIP technologies, explains why the differences probably don’t matter, and takes a look at 10 of the top-selling business telephone brands (regardless of their technology) and what they can offer your business.

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