If you’re shopping for phone systems, you need to be able to comprehensively compare systems side by side in order to get an idea as to what you’re getting and how much you’re paying for it. An overall cost of a system might not give a clear indication as to the actual costs. An easier way to do this is to break the cost down into a per user comparison.
The range of cost per user can vary greatly when looking at phone systems. You can see prices as low as $6.50 per user, and as high as $100 per user. We’ll compare some different vendors here, looking at those on the low side as well as the high side, and talk about some of the feature differences each has.
As you can see by reading through the paragraphs above, prices vary wildly as well as the features that you can get. It should be pointed out that it is important for you to know what you’re looking for in a phone system, what you’re looking to get out of it, before you begin shopping. Having your feature list ready and knowing what you’re looking for will help you to narrow your choices and, ultimately, make the best selection for your business.
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