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PowerNet Global Unveils Hosted IP PBX System

By Craig Galbraith
January 08, 2014 - News

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PowerNet Global is rolling out a nationwide hosted IP PBX system that's designed to help companies of all sizes benefit from an Internet-based telecommunications system without a costly upfront investment or on-site equipment.

“For years, companies have invested in premised-based PBX systems with hardware and software housed at their own locations," said Allison Stevens, CEO of PowerNet Global. “With a Hosted IP PBX system, companies can experience those same benefits and leave the technology maintenance to us."

IP PBX assists businesses with their productivity, efficiency and customer response. Multi-site businesses can also utilize it to connect their multiple offices together, offering a single communication solution.

The system is paired with PowerNet Global’s telephone service, giving the customer the choice between metered or unlimited long-distance plans. The company says it offers a variety of handset styles to choose from to meet customer needs. Companies can also select feature-rich software packages that can be used to manage and direct calls, establish conference calls, connect to cell phones through a mobile app, and manage multiple sites.

The features and benefits of the system are backed by customer service and support, including PowerNet Global’s U.S.-based, 24/7 network operations center (NOC).

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