Looking at changing phone systems...
What are people using?
Was looking the at the RCA ViSys 25423RE1 4-Line, with auto attendant(so I still don't have to pay a support person).
I have the previous version of this phone. Good for our business. I beat the sh%$ out of it for the past four years and it is still holding up.
Just get it from a local store. The first one I had was a bit static and I had to return it. I read that this can be the case with the rca phones.
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There are two types of phone systems: PBX or VOIP. PBX is old technology. There should many providers for VOIP to you local area. Unfortunately you will need to research your providers. A national brand is Packet 8. Basically you need to connect the phone to an internet connection and it is ready to go. When you choose a vendor you will need to buy a phone ($300), so make sure the phone you buy is one that you can use with other companies. The Packet 8 phone may only work with Packet 8 systems.
I use an NEC DSX system. So far, from what I can see, It's a very nice system...easy to maintain and all the functionality I need. It will cost a couple grand up front, but it's well worth it IMO.
Anyone heard of Xblue Network phones.. apparrently VOIP(not even sure how that works)
why doesnt anyone consider optimum or one of the cable companies?
At home i had comcast with voip and it was pretty good. Switched to FIOS, works well.
In the office, i have optimum online for small business, and can do up to 4 lines no problem, and never had an issue with service.
Because not all of us live in NY, NJ or CT where Optimum provides service.
Comcast sucks, had it at home for 3 months, couldn't dial out or recieve calls 65% of the time...