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August 16, 2013

Telx Telecom Launches New Customized Options to Help Businesses Benefit from Latest Telecommunications Methods


By SIP Trunking Report Contributor



Telx Telecom, a VoIP service provider in Miami, stated that it has unveiled new customized options to help businesses leverage the latest in telecommunications methods and benefit from them.

Companies that want to realize cost savings follow certain procedures that may also cripple their efforts to expand their customer base because the very act of finding new customers incurs costs. In order to expand its business, a company has to make phone calls, and that can be expensive if they are long-distance or international calls. But by employing a hosted PBX service, one can minimize call costs by subscribing to a one month fee for an Internet phone number that will be a dedicated local number. As long the smartphone or computer is online, local numbers can be reached any time even if staff is not present in the office.


Telx Telecom claimed that it offers state of the art hosted VoIP PBX solution which eliminates the need for legacy PBX and Key Systems. PBX is a network managed voice solution that delivers significant advantages such as increased productivity, dramatically improved economics, geographic flexibility, real-time disaster backup/recovery, and reduced technology risk.

Some of the notable features of Telx Telecom’s PBX Service are: full installation and training; unlimited extensions; unlimited auto attendants; call center; around the clock Telx Telecom support; unlimited Efax to e-mail and voicemail to email; free demo; and more.

The service is runs through the Internet and does not have any traditional line problems. Even when an issue occurs, Telx Telecom stated that its dedicated engineers will fix it remotely in a matter of minutes. Furthermore, because the dedicated business Internet phone service is located on a cloud it is guaranteed to be up 99.9 percent of the time, with no downtime.




Edited by Rich Steeves