Hosted IP phone network systems are powerful communication devices that substantially improve your company’s productivity, while saving your on-going monthly costs on telecom bills.
The adoption of hosted VoIP and managed VoIP is growing as more and more companies are seeking ways to reduce cost of deploying VoIP at their premises.
Considering today's competitive operating environments, Telx Telecom, Miami's prime business internet phone service provider, explains the benefits of the hosted IP phone network system. Hosted VoIP offers unified messaging, security and mobile extension applications, simple-to-use conferencing and find me/follow me.
Telx Telecom has successfully helped thousands of clients minimize expenses, increase profits and provide more opportunities for growth through their Internet-driven, Private Branch Exchange (PBX (News - Alert)) network.
PBX, a hosted Voice Internet Protocol (VoIP) network, is managed by Telx Telecom.
PBX offers businesses in need of multiple phone lines to efficiently conduct business. PBX networks needs more equipment which is costly and harder to manage.
With a high-speed VoIP hosted PBX network, no traditional phone lines are needed. Businesses have limitless capabilities of adding extensions at minimal or no cost. With the addition of multiple line extensions, the internet hosted PBX system provides unlimited voicemail to email capabilities along with auto attendants.
Telx Telecom is working 24/7, 365 days a year. The company is equipped with an experienced team of engineers combined with the right phone technology on the market. The company is currently partnered with a number of trusted, long-term nationwide carriers to ensure all locations throughout the country.
Since 2005, Telx Telecom’s VoIP hosted PBX network has simplified company communications through a fully redundant voice platform from the Telx Telecom home network to each company desktop. The company has established themselves as the best-in-class, affordable voice over IP phone service provider for over 1000 small- to mid-sized businesses across the United States.