A fanatstic voip system I have come across is Vonex
RingCentral does quite a bit of magic for us too! just google it…
RingCentral isn’t VoIP, they’re an 800-number service that offers PBX, voicemail and custom ring setups (can ring your office, cell and home at the same time).
As far as I can tell, they don’t actually offer phone SERVICE, like Vonage or your local telecom can.
Telecoms is currently the only licensed provider of WiMax, so any company offering WiMax services other than Telecoms is doing it illegally…
RingCentral does offer VoIP services. http://www.ringcentral.com/smb/smallbusiness/voip/index.html
Hey what phone system is better? Those new voIP or the regular ones?? I need to update my old antiquated system.
Would like the features to include… But the cheapest way possible.
Transfer calls to to different Phones (also perhaps a cell phone). (not necesarilly a different phone line) For example Phone A if placed on hold can be answered by Phone B. But you can also transfer the call to Phone B, send the ring. and if no one answers a Voicemail answers.
Each employee has his/her own voicemail.
When no one is available to answer due to call volume, a typical Welcome message will answer ie. “Thank you for calling Blah Blah, Your business is important to us.” etc.
Set roles for each phone. For example If someone press Sales, it goes to phone 1, 2, 3, 4, If someone press Billing it goes to Phone 2, 4, 5, etc…
The only reason why I didn’t like those VoIP phones is because it depends on your internet connection. If your internet connection is slow, how would the call quality be?
I think this is a new feature. Maybe just a few months old because I don’t remember seeing this last summer.