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Business Phone systems

Discussion in 'The Pub' at netrider.net.au started by froggy, May 22, 2009.

  1. Does anyone use a business quality VOIP? How does it compare to normal landline quality- delay, echo etc?

    I am in the process of starting a business to be ready in the next month or so, but to do any of my stationery etc I need phone numbers.

    I am seriously looking at the fax to email services, seems like a great idea. And for only $10pm you get a dedicated number too.

    In the initial phase I will be running from home and in all likeliness will be a one person operation for the time being. I currently have a phone/broadband plan costing about $50 but need a phone number for my business calls. I don't care really who or where, as long as the quality is there. The last thing I want is to sound like I am in a toilet.

    I am considering also the Virgin broadband at home deal and using the number it provides as the business number.

    The benefit of the virgin or VOIP systems is the lack of a fixed line:- meaning when the office moves, I can just pick the system up and relocate. I also avoid the line installation fees.

  2. engine is good for voip. i never had a problem with them.