How well would a cloud based phone system work as a replacement for a traditional "land line" system?
I've read about Panasonic's Business Phone System and it sounds like it could be an attractive alternative to our land line. It is intended to be used by small companies, with the max number of individual lines limited to 10, which would work for me. The purchase price at the moment is $99 instead of the normal $300 thanks to a holiday special, and it costs about $40 per month for each line. The big savings for me would be in long distance costs, i.e. free vs. a lot of $. It makes voice mail network based with unlimited storage and has an IP-based fax "machine" that sends incoming faxes directly to email. It also have an auto attendant feature that lets a virtual person answer the call and direct it to the proper individual. All of that seems like a pretty good deal to me, but I was wondering if others had experience with a cloud based phone system and how it worked for them.
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