Nextiva’s Offers New Office VoIP Solution

By Larisa Redins
Updated: September 01, 2011

Interested in a feature-rich business VoIP system at a reasonable price point? Look no further as Nextiva’s Office VoIP phone system fits this bill perfectly. Why choose Nextiva though?


Nextiva is Cost-Effective


Since Nextiva is an extremely affordable solution, companies can save a significant amount of money if they choose to take advantage of Nextiva’s VoIP’s offerings. In fact, an office with approximately ten people can expect to pay about $300 per month for business phone call services.


Nextiva Does Not Utilize a Third Party


The company owns all of its own data and telecommunications equipment. Thus, you can rest assured knowing that are dealing with a reliable company. Further, as Nextiva’s business model does not involve reselling its services, Nextiva passes on these savings to its customers.


Nextiva Offers a Hosted Solution


Since Nextiva offers a hosted solution to its customers, there is no clunky equipment for users to worry about. In turn, customers benefits to not need to worry about transporting this equipment if a company decides to move to a different office for instance. In addition, since the VoIP system from Nextiva is hosted, setting up voicemail, changing extensions, forwarding lines and the like are extremely easy tasks.

Nextiva Provides Many Useful Features


Nextiva provides a professional-sounding automated attendant, a voicemail system, and call forwarding. Moreover, the Nextiva business phone VoIP system can easily be integrated with a business’ existing phones.


Overall, Nextiva is an exceptional and cost-effective VoIP solution for businesses.
 

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