Choosing Between Hosted and On-Premise VoIP

April 19, 2016 / GuidesFor Team

VoIP is the high tech solution to telephone expenses and still businesses are slow to adopting this new technology. For many businesses, VoIP is just a high-tech, glorified communications platform and the current analog PBX already accomplishes that same objective.

But VoIP is more than that. Its features and capabilities are far more superior when compared to the decades old telephone line. Video, teleconferencing, scalability are just some of the few. The savings alone in communications expenses should be enough for you to bury that old telephone line among the ruins of old tech.

If you are already considering getting a VoIP solution for your business, there is still a tossup between premises-based and hosted VoIP.

This article explains the main differences of both. -Jayar Masiglat

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We will contrast and compare hosted PBX (hosted VOIP) against on-prem PBX (on premise VOIP) solutions both in terms of cost, scalability and others.

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