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Need help deciding what Voip PBX to adop

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    jgiotta
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    Hello,

    I’m new to the board and apologize if I am posting this in the wrong place. My office is looking to purchase a new Voip phone system and I have no idea where to even look for reviews of the different systems out there. I have a quote for the Avaya IP office but now nothing about it except I recognize the company. Can anyone suggest different options? Can anyone suggest where I can go to get independent reviews? Many thanks in advance for any help anyone can offer.

    An added consideration is that my office may be selling whatever product we go with depending on our own experience with it.

    Regards,

    John

    #30814 Reply
    MikeM
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    John,

    Much of your decision will be based on price and features. Another consideration is if you have an existing non-VoIP PBX, do you plan to scrap it for the new system, sell it? There are alternatives that allow your existing PBX to access VoIP, like Quintum.

    As for pure VoIP, you should look at Avaya, Cisco (really do not like their call manager setup though) and also do a search on SPA9000. This is a low end, low cost, IP PBX, but with all the features of a highend one.

    Mike

    #30815 Reply
    jgiotta
    Guest

    Thank you Mike. I am in the process if checking out Avaya and Cisco and now will look into the SPA9000.

    #30816 Reply
    Gary
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    You may want to check out the Asterisk@home project on sourcefourge.net website. It’s an .iso that you download, install and bingo you have a FREE easy to use, web configurable IP-PBX.

    go to here:

    http://asteriskathome.sourceforge.net/

    Gary.

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