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Understanding Hosted PBX

Businesses everywhere need to have proper communication which is why they subscribe to managed services. There are many free services available, but anyone who has tried to set up a free open source PBX system knows that it isn’t at all free. Many of the PBX systems available come with hefty charges, and there are so many complexities to deal with. Rather than have to deal with all these problems you should use a service known for its cheap call rates globally.

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Unlike the services that lure you in with promises of no charges we are open about all charges and have no hidden surprises for our clients. This is why free hosted PBX has been able to bag more than 1,000 companies across the globe including huge call centers and freelances. Managing business operation isn’t easy, but with Free Hosted PBX you get to focus on more pertinent issues.

Free hosted PBX now promises all its incoming subscribers access to the hosted platform for free. You will not be asked to pay setup charges nor will you be billed for monthly subscriptions. Updates, releases and customer support will be available free of charge, allowing you to run a most reliable PBX system. You can enjoy HD voice quality that is much better than what ISDN phone systems have to offer. The client gets accounts without ever having to reveal usernames or passwords, and they can revoke all access remotely. For security reasons, you will receive incoming faxed inform of PDF attachments via email.

A free PBX system should allocate you multiple numbers of your choosing to facilitate proper communication. It should offer you access to all the app features as well as missed call notifications, unlimited storage and multiple call forwarding among other services. If you are paying for any of these services ten what you have is a paid for service.

In addition to these, you will get audio conferencing with the participant and moderator PINS. There are reliable disaster recovery options with this service so you can redirect incoming calls from a remote location. Enterprise-grade encryption ensures that all call recordings are secured.

PBX customers have unique needs that call for customized services. You need to openly discuss individual business requirements with the account manager to make sure the PBX system you get is fully customized.

It feels like a dream to have free hosted PBX, but it is indeed true. Technology has allowed such connectivity that you can leave your business communications to a trusted service. You do not pay a dime to enjoy security, excellent customer support, or impeccable management. The time that your team would have spent dealing with technical issues will be dedicated to other, more important issued.

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The Free Hosted PBX services are not limited to the UK alone as we also have offices in California from where we host businesses across the globe. As a global cloud telecoms company, we can offer the most competitive rates internationally. We are a network operator who can offer the best to our customers, including free subscription.

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