Our Phone System Features

  • Auto Attendant (IVR)

  • Extensions

  • Voicemail to Email

  • Call Recording

  • Call Management

  • Advanced Call Routing

  • CRM Integration

  • Scalability

  • Security Features

  • Unified Communications

  • Customization

  • Advanced Reporting

    Our System of Choice.

    Discover the power and flexibility of FreePBX, our preferred communication system. With its open-source foundation and robust feature set, FreePBX empowers businesses of all sizes to manage their communications efficiently and cost-effectively. From seamless integration with existing infrastructure to customizable extensions and advanced call routing options, FreePBX offers unparalleled versatility. Whether you're a small startup or a large enterprise, harness the potential of FreePBX to streamline your communication workflow and enhance productivity.

    Choose the Right Fit for Your Organization.

    Navigating phone choices can be overwhelming. Trust in our top brands - Yealink, Sangoma, and Digium.

    Discover the perfect communication tool for your organization with our selection of top-quality Yealink, Sangoma, and Digium phones. Each option offers unique features and reliability to meet your specific needs, ensuring seamless connectivity and productivity for your team.

    Pick Your Phone System: On-Premises or in the Cloud

    On-Premises PBX

    Enjoy complete control and privacy with an on-premises PBX. Tailor your system to fit specific needs and ensure data remains within your secure network.
    • Complete control over hardware and software configuration.
    • Data remains within your organization's secure network.
    • Potentially lower long-term costs if the system is used for many years.
    • Higher initial investment in hardware
    • Limited scalability, especially for smaller organizations without dedicated IT resources.
    • Vulnerable to on-site disasters such as power outages or hardware failures

    Cloud-Hosted PBX

    Experience unmatched flexibility and scalability with a cloud-hosted PBX. Enjoy cost-effectiveness, easy setup, and seamless scalability without the need for on-site hardware
    • Lower initial investment, as there is no need to purchase and maintain on-site hardware.
    • Easy setup and quick deployment, often with plug-and-play functionality.
    • Accessible from anywhere with an internet connection, promoting remote work flexibility.
    • Dependence on internet connectivity; outages or network issues can disrupt service.
    • Ongoing subscription costs may accumulate over time, potentially surpassing the cost of on-premises solutions in the long run
    • Data security concerns may arise due to off-site data storage and reliance on third-party providers.

    Let Us Host Your Phone System

    Discover the unparalleled ease and reliability of hosting your VoIP phone system with us. With our dedicated team of experts managing the virtualized FreePBX platform on Vultr's VPS, you can trust in seamless scalability tailored to your business's growth. Benefit from our 99% uptime guarantee, ensuring uninterrupted communication critical for your operations. With 32 global data center locations and 24/7 server monitoring, experience top-tier hosting that prioritizes performance and connectivity. Focus on propelling your business forward while we handle the hosting intricacies, providing you with peace of mind and a foundation for success.

    Why Switch to VoIP?

    Make the switch to VoIP and revolutionize your communication experience. Say goodbye to traditional phone lines and hello to cost savings, flexibility, and scalability. VoIP technology offers crystal-clear voice quality, seamless integration with your existing systems, and the freedom to communicate from anywhere with an internet connection. Experience the benefits of advanced features like virtual receptionists, call forwarding, and unified messaging, all while reducing your monthly phone bills. Embrace the future of communication with VoIP and stay ahead in today's fast-paced digital world.

    Up to 90% savings

    Experience significant operational cost reduction compared to traditional phone services.

    2,000,000+ Customers

    Join over two million professionals worldwide who trust FreePBX for reliable VoIP phone solutions everyday. 

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Explore our comprehensive list of frequently asked questions (FAQs) to find answers to common inquiries about VoIP installations. If you have additional questions or need further assistance, don't hesitate to reach out to our knowledgeable support staff. We're here to help you navigate the world of VoIP and ensure a smooth transition to your new communication system.
    1Can I keep my existing phone numbers when switching to VoIP?
    Yes, in most cases, you can port your existing phone numbers to your VoIP provider. This process may involve some paperwork and coordination between your current provider and your VoIP service provider.
    2What equipment do I need for a VoIP installation?
    Typically, you'll need IP phones or softphones (software-based phones), a VoIP-compatible router or switch, and a reliable internet connection. You may also need additional hardware depending on the complexity of your setup, such as PoE injectors or adapters.
    3What internet speed is required for VoIP?
    The required internet speed depends on factors like the number of concurrent calls, codec used, and other network activities. As a general guideline, a stable broadband connection with sufficient bandwidth (usually at least 100 kbps per call) is recommended for high-quality VoIP calls.
    4Do I need to replace all my existing phone hardware for VoIP?
    Not necessarily. While traditional analog phones may require adapters to work with VoIP systems, many businesses opt to replace them with VoIP-compatible IP phones for better integration and functionality.
    5Can VoIP work with my existing network infrastructure?
    VoIP can generally work with most standard network infrastructures. However, it's essential to ensure that your network can handle the additional bandwidth and quality of service (QoS) requirements that VoIP traffic may demand. This may involve optimizing your network, prioritizing VoIP traffic, and implementing appropriate network hardware and configurations.
    6What happens if my internet goes down?
    VoIP systems can be configured with failover options, such as forwarding calls to alternative numbers (e.g., mobile phones), routing calls through backup internet connections (e.g., LTE or backup ISP), or utilizing cloud-based call forwarding services. Additionally, some VoIP providers offer built-in redundancy and failover capabilities to ensure continuity of service during internet outages.