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Still Unsure About Business Phone System? Check out these FAQs

by Braden Martin Blue Fox Group

If you’re looking to set up a business phone system at Phoenix in your small business, which is, in fact, a really great idea, then you have come to the right place.


There are a number of questions running through your mind whether it is necessary or will it make a difference in the smooth running of my business, given the count of customers?


Do I need a full system with a physical desk telephone or virtual phone service is better for me?


Traditional landline telephone service?


How about VoIP?


At last, all your questions will be answered!

Business Phone System FAQs

  1. Aren’t our mobile phones sufficient for me and my employees for business purpose?

This case is applicable when you deploy a virtual phone system. Using a virtual phone system allows you to use your personal mobile device while holding professionalism intact.


Virtual system allows you to do that, given you have a few issues to face.


First, a mobile device does not provide useful tools and features that your employees find valuable as well as you!


Secondly, however professional you make it look in front of your customers, but you still lack professional touch which you receive only with the business phone system.




  1. I always had a traditional phone system. Will I be at a disadvantage in the future?

Traditional landline system does not lack the functionality. They still operate on a bigger interface.


The biggest issue with such a system is that the new options or features are no longer being built.


That means no new update for landline systems. Thus, no software updates as well. You are blocked out for all the new features in the market.


Also, finding professionals to service a landline system, and the parts required to keep the system up and running, are becoming scarce.

  1. With a cloud-hosted system, am I sharing my server with other businesses, or do I own it completely?

The question is about a shared server or a dedicated server!


Many cloud phone system providers offer both the options. What you choose is completely your personal question or more precisely, your business needs.


You can choose to have your own dedicated server by paying some extra bucks or you can even share a server.


If your business doesn’t have a lot of special requirements or customizations, then a shared server is for you!

  1. Do I require a business phone system?

How about we sum up the answer as YES!


One mantra to a successful business is how you present yourself, and phone systems provide functional support as well as aesthetic support.


It adds to professionalism and your clients can reach you on a business line often answered by an automated attendant or manually as you request, which is an excellent addition for your business.


Even businesses that are on a budget and can’t afford a full-fledged business phone system, can move to a virtual phone system.


Affordable and very functional according to the needs of any particular business.

Business Phone System That You Need

Looking for the best, most affordable phone system for your business?


Blue Fox Group offers a wide variety of such system to fit any type of communication need of your business.


From on-site independent managed phone systems to private cloud systems, hybrid infrastructure, allowing you to control software updates and phone systems while combining the features, and applications of the cloud-based system.


We have everything that you are looking for, whether that be business phone system in Phoenix, or cloud deployment.


Fully hosted, cloud-based phone systems running on monthly subscription fee allows you to cut unnecessary costs and boost efficiency.


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About Braden Martin Freshman   Blue Fox Group

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Created on Jan 25th 2019 00:48. Viewed 114 times.

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