Small offices and business looking for ways to expand their telecommunications now have an option to switch to newly released four-line AT&T (News - Alert) Small Business System from Advanced American Telephones, which manufactures AT&T-branded telephones under a license agreement with AT&T Intellectual Property.
Backed by MS2085 console, the new four-line system comes with features like auto attendant, music on hold and cordless accessory capability and can be extended to its maximum capacity of four lines by 16 stations by including 15 MS2015 desksets through the existing office Ethernet.
This piece set requires no additional wiring and includes a 60-minute digital answering system with auto attendant on the console. Employees can also have an option to check their mailboxes and manage their own voicemail and out-of-office messages, which adds convenience at their desk.
Users can use the MS2025 cordless handset or TL7600 cordless headset for in-office mobility and this option helps them to further customized as per their preference. Small businesses can take advantage on this new system to save time and money using a simple, out-of-the-box set up and user-friendly components.
"Business size, cost and installation requirements are no longer barriers to bringing a professional-quality phone system into a small office," said Matt Ramage, senior vice president of product management at Advanced American Telephones. "This user-friendly, technology-rich phone system has been designed for small offices, with built-in 'big business' features and the convenience of retail availability."
Interested can buy the AT&T Small Business System components in stores and online at Office Depot, Office Max and Staples (News - Alert) as well as online at www.telephones.att.com.
The MS2085 console station is priced at $149.95 MSRP, MS2015 deskset for $99.95 MSRP and MS2025 handset for $79.99 MSRP. The company is currently offering a limited two-year warranty with no added costs or activations for each AT&T Small Business System components.
Edited by Rich Steeves