Thinking about saving telephone bills
and running your own PBX system like call centers use?
We can help!
We have 3 options for you that will guarantee BIG savings on your telephone bills and you will be equipped with a full featured PBX system for your business.
Option 1. We will configure your PBX server and you manage it your self.
Option 2. We will configure your PBX server and we will manage it for you.
Option 3. We will host your server and manage it for you for a very cheap monthly price.
Voip technology that we use
FreePBX is a web-based open source GUI (graphical user interface) that controls and manages Asterisk (PBX), a voice over IP server.
Asterisk is a software implementation of a telephone private branch exchange (PBX); it allows attached telephones to make calls to one another, and to connect to other telephone services, such as the public switched telephone network (PSTN) and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services.
Features that you can expect from your VoIP or PBX server
Unlimited SIP Extensions
SIP Extensions Features
* Outbound CID Overrides the CallerID when dialing out a trunk. Any setting here will override the common outbound CallerID set in the Trunks admin.
* Ring Time Number of seconds to ring prior to going to voicemail. Default will use the value set in Advanced Settings. If no voicemail is configured this will be ignored.
* Call waiting
Creates a queue where calls are placed on hold and answered on a first-in, first-out basis. Many options are available, including ring strategy for agents, caller announcements, max wait times, etc.
Creates a group of extensions that all ring together. Extensions can be rung all at once, or in various hunt configurations. Additionally, external numbers are supported, and there is a call confirmation option where the callee has to confirm if they actually want to take the call before the caller is transferred.
Creates Digital Receptionist (aka Auto-Attendant, aka Interactive Voice Response) menus. These can be used to send callers to different locations (eg, Press 1 for sales) and/or allow direct-dialing of extension numbers.
Allow creation of conference rooms where multiple people can talk together
Plays back one of the system recordings (optionally allowing the user to skip it) and then goes to another destination.
Creates a condition where calls will go to one of two destinations (eg, an extension, IVR, ring group..) based on the time and/or date. This can be used for example to ring a receptionist during the day, or go directly to an IVR at night.
Provides a dial-by-name directory for phonebook entries
Backup & Restore
Backup & Restore for your FreePBX environment
User Control Panel
User interface for end users to access voice mails and manage VM settings.
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