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New Phone.com Virtual PBX Offer Available through Virtual-PBX.ChooseWhat.com

October 24, 2011
By Rajani Baburajan - Virtual Office Resource Contributor

Virtual-PBX (News - Alert).ChooseWhat.com, a website that reviews virtual PBX services is now advertising a new offer from Phone.com (News - Alert) that includes one free month of service when adding a global phone number to new or existing accounts.


Global phone numbers are highly beneficial to businesses as they expand internationally. The special offer from Phone.com can be combined with all Phone.com service plans, company officials said.

The virtual PBX review site has ranked Phone.com’s ‘Virtual Office 300’ as being above the industry standard. The service has also received top service scores for quality. In addition, Phone.com now features “Click-to-Call” buttons that enables clients to make calls directly from the Web.

The service is available for 30 days as a free trial which includes free porting of existing phone numbers, 24 hour-a-day customer service, and unlimited extensions.

“Purchasing a global number through a virtual PBX provider can help overseas small business owners significantly save costs on international calling,” says Casey Jones, Virtual-PBX.ChooseWhat.com site manager. “We have partnered with Phone.com to deliver the latest discount for adding a global phone number to new or existing PBX plans.”

ChooseWhat.com provides businesses with the assistance in picking the right virtual PBX features and service plans. The website publishes and continuously updates a free service buyer’s guide to ensure that the latest industry standards and trends are being used to make an informed choice, best meeting individual business requirements.

Recent research released by The Eastern Management Group reveals that most virtual PBX and PBX sales made by Avaya are usually from first-time buyers, while Cisco (News - Alert) is typically the company organizations look at when requiring advanced features to help raise employee productivity.


Rajani Baburajan is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Rajani's articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Jamie Epstein


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