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IP-PBX Solutions

Thinking about setting up a new business phone system? You have many options, and an IP PBX is only one of them. If you already have a Private Branch Exchange (PBX), moving to cloud-based trunking service for PSTN connectivity is worthwhile. It's not as easy as you might think. After all, you don't want to inherit a new set of problems with incoming calls. In this guide, you'll learn more about IP-based phone solutions, how they differ from VoIP, and some limitations you should know.

An IP PBX is a telecommunication device that provides voice connectivity to desk phones within a building. It oversees the outgoing and incoming calls across its telephone network using an internet connection.

Adopting an IP PBX in your business can come with some perks. Here are some reasons why it's a wise investment.

  • Lower Communication Costs - Internet-connected PBXs can provide much higher cost-savings than their analog predecessors. VoIP providers like Nextiva offer both metered and unmetered trunking services.
  • Cloud-based Reliability - Connect your existing PBX to the proven reliability of the cloud. A reliable VoIP service will have multiple data centers for dependable performance. Even if your PBX goes down, they can route calls elsewhere.
  • Keeps Existing Hardware - You can keep everyone productive and keep your hardware costs low by using the same hardware that's already attached to your PBX. The only thing you need is your SIP address, password, and domain, and you're set.
  • Minimal Change - Change can be intimidating to many businesses. Look to SIP trunking as a gateway to experiencing the value of a VoIP phone system. As your company grows, you can scale up the number of voice channels with minimal configuration.