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  Reply # 645558 24-Jun-2012 20:59
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I install phone systems and we use C-Talk for all our customers. C-Talk uses the Callplus platform and Phil is very very good to deal with. If you want cheap (ish) prices and great support Phil will sort you out. He is on here somewhere..

However, in terms of running 6-7 phones and wanting PABX type features then a hosted PBX is probably what you want. Or you could look at renting a phone system. Or you could get an old server and run Asterisk in house -probably the cheapest option in the long run as long as it is set up and maintained correctly.



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  Reply # 645564 24-Jun-2012 21:20
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Ramy do you recommend (aka use in your system) a phone type or brand?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 645628 25-Jun-2012 06:24
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johny99: Ramy do you recommend (aka use in your system) a phone type or brand?


Once again your question gets back to requuirements:

Do you want G.722 HD voice?
Do you want BLF/SLA buttons? If so how many.
What sort of pricepoint do you want?
Do you want external headsets?
What sort of screen size do you want?
Do you want XML based apps?

Withoout knowing your requirements it's very difficult to recommend a phone. I use 4-5 different brands of phones and various different models depending on the customer's requirements.


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  Reply # 645630 25-Jun-2012 06:57
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RamyElbeltagi:
johny99: cheers guys, what about hosted i.e. cloud based maybe any ideas sorry am really new to this stuff


nakedplus offer a cloud based PBX system.


And you hand off off your calls to who ... 2talk or callplus ??




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  Reply # 645635 25-Jun-2012 07:23
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networkn:
johny99: Sorry Coffee Baron 2 talk is rubbish in a business environment, will look at Xnet but arnt they one the same? 


They are equally poor in a personal environment.


Have to disagree with you there. Their support is rubbish but the platform has been rock solid for me.




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  Reply # 645637 25-Jun-2012 07:31
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johny99: Ramy do you recommend (aka use in your system) a phone type or brand?


Once again your question gets back to requuirements:

Do you want G.722 HD voice?
Do you want BLF/SLA buttons? If so how many.
What sort of pricepoint do you want?
Do you want external headsets?
What sort of screen size do you want?
Do you want XML based apps?

Withoout knowing your requirements it's very difficult to recommend a phone. I use 4-5 different brands of phones and various different models depending on the customer's requirements.



+1. Good reply. 

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  Reply # 645663 25-Jun-2012 08:27
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RamyElbeltagi:
johny99: cheers guys, what about hosted i.e. cloud based maybe any ideas sorry am really new to this stuff


nakedplus offer a cloud based PBX system.


Actually also forgot to ask, is this your own VoIP platform with your own support or are you reselling someone else's ?




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  Reply # 645710 25-Jun-2012 10:10
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networkn:
johny99: Sorry Coffee Baron 2 talk is rubbish in a business environment, will look at Xnet but arnt they one the same? 


They are equally poor in a personal environment.


Have to disagree with you there. Their support is rubbish but the platform has been rock solid for me.


I'd rather have an average platform with great support than a great platform with unacceptable support.

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  Reply # 645712 25-Jun-2012 10:11
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who are you saying has average support ?




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  Reply # 645718 25-Jun-2012 10:13
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maverick: who are you saying has average support ?


I'm not saying average support at all, 2talk has terrible support.

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  Reply # 645737 25-Jun-2012 10:27
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networkn:
hairy1:
networkn:
johny99: Sorry Coffee Baron 2 talk is rubbish in a business?environment, will look at Xnet but arnt they one the same??


They are equally poor in a personal environment.


Have to disagree with you there. Their support is rubbish but the platform has been rock solid for me.


I'd rather have an average platform with great support than a great platform with unacceptable support.


I wouldn't say WXC have an average platform. From my experience they have a great platform in VFX and great support.




My views (except when I am looking out their windows) are not those of my employer.

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  Reply # 645740 25-Jun-2012 10:36
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I am saying 2talk have terrible support and a pretty average platform. I wasn't talking about (since I have no experience with), WXC.

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  Reply # 645741 25-Jun-2012 10:37
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hairy1:
networkn:
johny99: Sorry Coffee Baron 2 talk is rubbish in a business environment, will look at Xnet but arnt they one the same? 


They are equally poor in a personal environment.


Have to disagree with you there. Their support is rubbish but the platform has been rock solid for me.


+1 Works really well for me at home with excellent call quality. Haven't had to touch support so I can't comment there.

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  Reply # 645914 25-Jun-2012 15:01
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I've setup 2talk in two busy offices, using for all outgoing calls and incoming toll free. Works great, haven't really had to contact their support about much, just the occasional number porting etc.

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  Reply # 645957 25-Jun-2012 16:25
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RunningMan:
RamyElbeltagi: Maybe get in contact with them on support@nakedplus.co.nz or 0508 GET NAKED. The team can help you out with the system. They tailor solutions for business customers depending on their needs. 


Do you work for this company?


I have shares in the company, so yes, you will get biased answer from me :)


So you need to disclose this.  Your posts seems like they are coming from a customer.

It's fine to promote your own services (on topic of course) but you need to be up-front and transparent about this.  I've modified your original post to reflect your involvement with them.




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