Award Winning Service and Features – Our Virtual PBX Has It All
Work from anywhere
Our Virtual PBX solution allows you and your staff to make and receive calls from anywhere.
Easy to Manage
Setting up a phone system and extensions is simple – all through your web browser.
Our pricing doesn’t bill per line, you can have as many extensions as you want!
Built In Web and Video Conferencing
As Mobile As You Are
With our system you aren’t tied to a physical phone (although you can be). We have apps for all major cell phones that allow you to make and receive business calls from anywhere you are.
Frequently Asked Questions
PBX stands for Private Branch Exchange, which is a private telephone network used within a company or organization. The users of the PBX phone system can communicate internally (within their company) and externally (with the outside world), using different communication channels like Voice over IP, ISDN or analog. A PBX also allows you to have more phones than physical phone lines (PTSN) and allows free calls between users. Additionally, it provides features like transfer calls, voicemail, call recording, interactive voice menus (IVRs), and call queues.
Voice over IP is short for Voice over Internet Protocol and is better known as VoIP.
Voice over IP refers to the transmission of voice traffic over internet-based networks instead of the traditional PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network) telephone networks. The Internet Protocol (IP) was originally designed for data networking and following its success, the protocol has been adapted to voice networking by packetizing the information and transmitting it as IP data packets. VoIP is now available on many smartphones, personal computers, and on internet access devices such as tablets.
VoIP can facilitate tasks and deliver services that might be cumbersome or costly to implement when using traditional PSTN:
-More than one phone call can be transmitted on the same broadband phone line. This way, voice over IP can facilitate the addition of telephone lines to businesses without the need for additional physical lines.
-Features that are usually charged extra by telecommunication companies, such as call forwarding, caller ID or automatic redialing, are simple with voice over IP technology.
-Unified Communications are secured with voice over IP technology, as it allows integration with other services available on the internet such as video conversation, messaging, etc.
Unified Communications, often abbreviated to simply UC, is a generic hold-all term to describe the market’s efforts to integrate all the “apps” (and therefore the communication channels) to allow the user to have all this information easily accessible, irrespective of when or where their needs access (home, work, in a car, on a train…), and how they need access (laptop, tablet, smartphone, internet cafe…).
The objective of Unified Communications is to unify and streamline those business procedures that involve human communications.