With so many options for business phones, how do you choose?
With so many options for business phone systems – price, features and functionality can be overwhelming. As telephone industry experts, we have decades of experience working with businesses of all sizes, from small offices to multi-location corporations.
There are several options for practical, cost-effective phones that offer custom marketing on hold capability, auto-attendant greetings, and other features. These phones may be found at big box stores, online retailers or via the manufacturer’s website.
If you need standard, small office/home office (SOHO) phones, we recommend one of the following:
VTech CM18445 is ready to connect to the OnHold.com music on hold player right out of the box with the cable provided with your VTech phone. Supports up to 4 phone lines & 11 users, both corded and cordless. Note: the compatible cordless handset for the CM18445 is model #CM18045.
AT&T SynJ SB67138 / SB67158 supports up to 4 phone lines & 11 users. All that is required for custom on hold messaging is a patch cord (provided by OnHold.com) to connect the SB637138 phone to the OnHold.com music on hold player.
XBLUE X16, also ready to connect to the OnHold.com music on hold player right out of the box. Supports up to 6 phone lines & 16 digital phones (up to 4 cordless phones).
If a Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP), hosted, Internet-based phone system better suits your business, check out Net2Phone (www.Net2Phone.com), ( Grasshopper (www.Grasshopper.com) or RingCentral (www.RingCentral.com). All offer a variety of features that are sure to help your business!
As services vary depending on your provider, we encourage you to consult your telephone service or Internet service provider to ensure the phone system you choose will function properly with their service.
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