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What is a business phone system?
Different types of business phone systems and how they work
Things to consider when choosing a phone system
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Frequently asked questions
Ultimately, the right business phone system for your business will depend on your specific needs, business size, features you need, budget, and growth plans. However, VoIP or cloud phone systems can be the right fit for small businesses and corporates than old phone systems. VoIP gives you the flexibility to communicate from anywhere and scale up or down when needed and more importantly, it’s cost-effective.
The business phone system setup process involves determining your business needs, choosing a phone system provider, installing and configuring the system, training employees, testing the system, and launching it for your business.
A virtual phone number is a telephone number that is not tied to a specific physical line or location. It can be used to make and receive calls via the internet, allowing businesses to have a local presence in multiple locations without needing to have a physical presence there.
Virtual phone numbers are typically provided by cloud-based phone system providers like TeleCMI and can be used with a variety of devices, including smartphones and computers.
Traditional PBX phone systems can cost anywhere from $1,000 to $5,000 per user for hardware and installation.
Cloud-based phone systems or VoIP like TeleCMI can cost anywhere from $20 to $50 per user per month for basic plans, with more advanced plans costing upwards of $100 per user per month.