[Lab] Familiar with virtual office telephony options?
mlecha at artengine.ca
Mon Sep 8 15:25:28 EDT 2014
I didn't know they offered that service. The features are somewhat
limited, but given the Yelp! reviews of ringcentral (outsources their
support overseas, dropped calls, difficult to transfer or port numbers
away) I feel I can trust Bell more..
On 08/09/2014 12:15 PM, Darcy Whyte wrote:
> I use bell SNR. I never use it since it's legacy from my old business
> but I've not gotten around to changing it... I can do a few cool things...
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> On Mon, Sep 8, 2014 at 12:03 PM, Michael Lechasseur
> <mlecha at artengine.ca <mailto:mlecha at artengine.ca>> wrote:
> I'm investigating migrating our existing landline
> number/fax/toll-free to a virtual office that would have to follow
> our 4 office workers to landlines/cell/softphones/SIP phones. Also
> provide messaging service when we're not available.
> Auto-attendant. FAX reception.
> www.ringcentral.ca <http://www.ringcentral.ca> seems to fit the bill.
> Any other services that I should consider? or avoid?
> I'll need user friendly access and config for the end user, and
> lot of configuration options, routing and scheduling rules for the
> sys admin.
> We're a REALLY small office; 2 full-time and 2 part-time with a
> budget of about $100-$150 a month (or less?).
> Thanks for pointing me in the right direction..
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