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As specified in the title I'm looking for an affordable VOIP system
Our organisation is currently using Alliance phones but we haven't been very pleased with the service for the price we're paying. I was wondering if anyone on techsoup has any reccomendations
a bit about us:
18 users, One conference room, for phones we use grandstream GXP1625's so we're hoping to find a system that will work with our existing phones without too much finagling.
We provide VoIP services, here are some of the features
We are based in New York City but can provide onsite installation support in around most of US. The VOIP hosting facility is in Texas. If you are interested please let me know and I put together a formal proposal for you.
You could take a look at connector73 voip phone system.
As I know, you can use your existing phone system, there shouldn't be any problem with that.
I have used 8X8 in my last two positions as Tech leader but there are many to choose from and the last time I used Phil Sparer email@example.com at CommQuotes Consultant. They charge no fees and will work with you to find the best solution for your needs. They also go above and beyond after the solution is in place and help with complain resolution if you end up with a company that has less than stellar support after the sale, which is inevitable in this space at some point no matter who you choose.
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I'm happy to give you some recommendations and also share them with the community but just need a few more details.
Feel free to PM me if you'd like to make it easier and just have a phone call. Happy to help.
Is your issue with the call quality you are receiving from your VoIP service provider? Or with the VoIP system hardware you have locally? Both?
I've had good luck with Stratelegy for VoIP, their support is very responsive and there isn't any on-premise hardware besides the VoIP phones themselves. If you're looking for new phones as well, you might want to consider checking what models are compatible with your new provider and then buying them used. You can get a much nicer set of used or refurbished VoIP phones on your own for way less than you'd pay the VoIP provider for new ones.
Hope this helps,
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