DLS Hosted PBX delivers the most advanced features in the industry. If you are looking for capable telephone system with next-gen technology at a reasonable price, your solution is a hosted voice. Our VoIP phone system can run physical and virtual offices, provide online access to voicemail, record individual or conference calls, automatically answer calls, support agent queues and supports a myriad of the other features you would expect from a modern phone system. But because hosted PBX VoIP means no PBX hardware for you to maintain, you get all of the features and none of the hassle. You can choose from a variety of VoIP desktop phones for small business. Experience the Freedom of the best VoIP hosted PBX.
VoIP Hosted PBX FAQs
VoIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocol. VoIP technology in phones converts your analog voice signal into digital signals and transmits them as data packets to another similar system over the Internet. VoIP phone is essentially a software that runs on a purpose-built computer that is designed to look like a regular phone. VoIP phone can also be run on a general-purpose desktop computer or a mobile device using your Internet connection without the need of regular copper wire-based landlines.
No, you don’t. You can place calls using VoIP protocol and have your VoIP service delivered as a replacement to regular phone line.
IP-based hosted PBX can, however, greatly benefit your business by improving efficiency with which business communicates with clients and employees in many aspects.
Hosted VoIP is a form of VoIP service where the entire infrastructure of the VoIP including equipment, servers, and servers, are hosted by the VoIP provider. The VoIP provider offer businesses all the benefits of VoIP without the hassle of managing the upfront costs of and maintenance of the infrastructure.
Internet Protocol phones or IP phones are devices specifically designed for use with VoIP. They have specific features that conventional phones do not offer. DLS hosted PBX supports many industry standard IP phones.
The prices for VoIP phone systems can vary drastically based on the service provider and the features a business is going to opt for. Premise-based VoIP systems can typically cost between $195 and $1,550 while cloud-based VoIP systems can operate on as low as $19.95/user per month.