Virtual PBX, a supplier of hosted PBX (News - Alert) services, has launched Virtual PBX Complete.
Virtual PBX Complete eliminates the need to buy dial-tone service from traditional service providers. Businesses need to procure only an Internet connection, and Virtual PBX Complete will do the rest. It can be used as an inbound call router to existing phones, or users can select a complete phone system with VoIP lines and phones.Pricing plans for the complete service start at $9.99/month.
“At Virtual PBX we believe customers should have access to business phone services that can be optimally tailored to their needs,” said Paul Hammond, CEO of Virtual PBX, in a statement.
“Our customers range from entrepreneurs who are constantly on-the-go to enterprises with nationwide offices,” Hammond added. “Virtual PBX Complete allows our users to leverage the industry's deepest feature set and the flexibility to use any phone, all at 40-80 percent savings over traditional phone services.”
Virtual PBX Complete does not need VoIP. With Virtual PBX Complete, even a small company can set up the service. They can run their business using cell phones. Others could implement a Virtual PBX Complete solution using VoIP desk phones with direct extension dialing and all the other features associated with a traditional working environment.Some companies will want to combine the use of VoIP phones where appropriate and cellular or land lines are needed. Virtual PBX Complete offers the flexibility to work where and how the client needs.Virtual PBX also significantly reduces the difficulty of installing a new phone system. Virtual PBX Complete VoIP phones are true plug-and-play devices. Users can connect the phones to their broadband Internet connection and the devices register and connect automatically with no user intervention, company officials said.Recently, Virtual PBX announced that Technology Marketing Corporation (TMC) has named Virtual PBX’s Open VoIP Peering (News - Alert) as a recipient of the 2010 NGN Leadership Award presented by its publication NGN Magazine.
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Edited by Tammy Wolf