VoIP phone system for small office
dblacharski 3 years ago
I'm provisioning my new office, and need a phone system, with maybe about five extensions. It probably doesn't make sense to deploy an on-premise PBX at that level, so a hosted VoIP sounds like the way to go. What are some of the things to look out for with hosted VoIP, and how will it compare with a standard PSTN system as far as quality and cost?
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