[CS-FSLUG] Hosted PBX Recommendations?

Josiah Ritchie josiah at josiahritchie.com
Mon May 21 07:53:49 CDT 2012

The only one I have looked at in the least is Ring Central:
http://www.ringcentral.com. They were advertising on the TWIT network. I
have a tinge of fear that they've grown too fast and may not be a stable
company due to one bad experience I heard about, but I don't know the
details on that situation. I have heard Leo Laporte speak well of their
service which equips his entire business. You can also get e-fax service
through them which is often still a requirement for offices that needs to
be addressed when dealing with PBX options.

My research into this showed a lot of bad options. RingCentral looked to be
a fair option among bad options. My reason for researching disappeared
though and so I haven't purchased anything along this line yet.

If anyone has one that is currently really good, I'd be excited to hear
about it.


On Sat, May 19, 2012 at 5:02 PM, Timothy Butler <tbutler at ofb.biz> wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> Right now, my church has a very old analog PBX accompanied by a $200-$300
> phone bill each month. I'm investigating shifting us to a hosted PBX
> solution with VoIP phones (or something like that). Does anyone know of
> something that is a good value? I'm thinking that this may actually save us
> money, while also providing us flexibility to let staff members work from
> home while still answering their extension, etc. (For example, I'm not
> usually in the office, so I'd like to be able to opt to have a soft phone
> ring on my computer much of the time...)
> Thoughts?
> Thanks,
> Tim
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