Trying to find out about IP/PBX?

IP/PBX – what does it mean?

Updated: January 06, 2011

Easy-read guide tells you all you need to know about IP/PBX. Our IPPBX Systems Guide includes details on:

  • What IPPBX is all about
  • The benefits of having IPPBX
  • Which IPPBX you need and why

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Guide Summary

If you keep hearing about IPPBX but don’t know exactly how it applies to you, our simple, clear guide will help you to find out. We tell you about the advantages – and disadvantages –of IPPBX, how a PBX system works, the difference between the available types like hosted and VoIP, and how to find and install the optimum system for your business. Keep it simple: download our free ‘PBX Buyer’s Guide’ and understand what IPPBX technology can offer you to make sure you stay competitive in a fast-changing marketplace. We offer more guides too, telling you the details about brands, prices, features and much more. Download our free guide today and discover what IPPBX is all about!

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