The 3 Best Hosted PBX Providers Announced by VoIPMechanic.com

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After comparing prices, customer reviews, and basic-service features industry wide, the telecom experts at VoIPMechanic.com announce their picks for the three best Hosted PBX providers.

Hosted PBX frees up office space, and saves tons of money on setup, maintenance, and repair of the system.

Small businesses, multinationals, and even government agencies are switching in droves from traditional landline telephone systems to Voice over Internet Protocol, or “VoIP.” One feature that’s making VoIP so popular is the option of having the Private Branch Exchange (PBX) that connects the calls, hosted offsite by the VoIP service provider. Hosted PBX frees up office space, and saves tons of money on setup, maintenance, and repair of the system. After comparing prices, customer reviews, and basic-service features industry-wide, the telecom experts at VoIPMechanic.com announce their picks for the three best Hosted PBX providers.

Nextiva Hosted PBX

Hosted PBX with Nextiva includes free “plug-n-play” setup and starts at just $19.95/month. Unlimited long-distance calling also includes calls to Canada, and their international rates start at two cents per minute. A business can keep and use their existing numbers or choose from virtual area codes for Internet-local-calling capability.

Nextiva Hosted PBX can also be used with analog phones, or customers can choose from their catalog of IP telephones which arrive preconfigured and packed with dozens of features to streamline and mobilize office communications. The Nextiva Hosted Call Center has US-based night and holiday service to ensure a business is always receiving and processing important communications.

Jive Virtual PBX

With rates starting at just $21.95/month, Jive’s Virtual PBX basic-service comes with tons of “freetures” included. Unlimited calling, month-to-month contracts, and US-based technical support are just the beginning. To eliminate the need for initial capital outlays to commercial enterprise and public sector clients, Jive now offers free IP telephones with their service and a three-year contract.

Virtual PBX from Jive removes the many headaches that are associated with keeping the office communications system running smoothly, and at a fraction of the cost. At the same time, it gives smaller businesses the veneer of a much larger company with features like Virtual secretary, “Follow me” call-routing, and Voicemail-to-email transfer.

Vocalocity Hosted PBX

Hosted PBX by Vocalocity starts at $24.99/month and their web-portal comes preloaded with Vocalocity Desktop, the Internet Telephony Product of the Year in 2012. The application allows users to integrate most popular CRMs with their service, provides critical caller data, and allows for management of the entire system on a desktop or laptop.

Hosted PBX with Vocalocity means no more service visits to add or alter extensions, and no more extra charges for unlimited local and long-distance calling. With a fixed monthly rate, their plans are simple, and predictable. Vocalocity doesn’t require a contract, and their extensive array of “business-boosting” features make any company a force to be reckoned with.

Hosted PBX is a flexible voice solution that provides all of the benefits of having an onsite PBX, with none of the associated financial and technical responsibilities. For smaller businesses that need to remain scalable and larger corporations that are looking to reduce overhead and operational costs, the hosted PBX solution that fell straight from the Cloud.

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