Hosted PBX: Upgrade your business phone system to a
VoIP Phone Service, SIP Trunking, Texting and HD Video Conferencing with Cloud PBX
What is cloud PBX?
A cloud-hosted PBX system is a private branch exchange that operates in the cloud.
Run your company's entire phone system on your existing internet connection.
Manage your VoIP phone system without any of the hassles of an on-premises PBX system.
Transitioning to cloud PBX is your first step toward unified communications.
Enjoy more benefits and features than a traditional PBX system.
Compared to traditional phone lines, save up to 60% with IP phone service. Take your business communication to the cloud with VoIP desk phones.
With a Cloud PBX phone system, organizations can achieve flexible scalability. New features can be added immediately without having to purchase equipment or pay licensing fees.
Manage all calls in real time with a modern PBX service. Switch to softphones and cut the cord with traditional PBX providers.
Business never stops, so your phone service should never stop. Military-grade data centers around the U.S. back you with 99.999% uptime.
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Host PBX FAQs
Hosted PBX shifts your phone and communications infrastructure to a VoIP provider. Instead of individual phone extensions, each phone is replaced with a VoIP desk phone.
Here are just a few of the top features of a VoIP phone system:
- Advanced Call Management
- Call Routing
- Anonymous Call Rejection
- Auto Attendant
- Business Text Messaging
- Call Analytics
- Call Forwarding
- Call Notify
- Call Park
- Call Presence
- Call Pulling
- Call Queues
- Call Recording and Rating
- Call Screening
- Call Transfer
- Custom Music on Hold
- Custom Ringback
- Mobile App
- Number Porting
- Online Fax
- SIP Trunking
- Three-way Calling
- Toll-Free Number
- Voicemail Forwarding
- Voicemail Greetings
- Video Conferencing
- VoIP Switchboard
Business and consumer VoIP use the same underlying technology; however, business VoIP has advanced technology and features that are important for running your business.
The top benefits of hosted PBX include:
- Low capital requirement.
- Increased productivity.
- Enables a small business to look like a large business.
- Cost predictability.
- The convergence of voice and data.
Yes. Local number portability (LNP) regulations enable businesses to move their cell and landline phone numbers to any provider.
Yes. Employers and employees alike are working remotely more and more, and hosted PBX is an important tool for businesses with remote staff.
Users can use their phones remotely, the same as from the office, and administrators can access the system remotely and perform all functions.