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3CX Launches New IP PBX For Windows - 3CX Phone System

3CX released its commercial edition of 3CX Phone System, a new Windows-based IP PBX that completely replaces a proprietary PABX. Based on the open SIP standard, it interoperates with a wide range of soft and hardware phones. Since it supports SIP, it is possible to interface with all SIP-based providers and gateways and connect to standard PSTN lines and/or hosted VOIP lines.

Key features of 3CX Phone System:

  • Complete phone system - provides call switching, routing & queuing
  • Eliminates phone wiring & patching of extensions to a particular network point
  • Makes teleworking easy because employees can answer extension from home
  • Purchase cost dramatically lower than a traditional hardware PBX
  • Scalable - Unlimited extensions and phone lines. No proprietary expansion modules needed!
  • Web-based configuration & status indication - Easy phone system management!
  • Unified messaging - Receive voice mail via e-mail
  • Auto attendant (e.g. 1 for sales, 2 for support etc.)
  • Reduces long distance and inter office call costs using VOIP providers.

3CX phone System for Windows is available in 3 editions: The Small Business Edition supports up to 25 extensions, whilst the Pro edition supports an unlimited number of extensions. Pricing: Small Business costs $350 and Pro runs at $895.

A free edition, supporting an unlimited number of extensions, is also available. The main difference with Pro and Small Business phone system is that itís not possible to buy a support package for the free edition, nor does it include the advanced features of 3CX Call Assistant. Not withstanding, the Free Edition does more than most commercial PBXs do; including an auto attendant and voice mail. The free edition can be downloaded from here.

Source: 3CX

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