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Topic # 56655 20-Jan-2010 12:02
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Hi

I am able to get my hands on one of these ARIA-24IP units but as I know nothing about PABX I am wondering how to test it to see if it is ok or what it might be worth.

Any ideas?




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  Reply # 291448 20-Jan-2010 12:07
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I believe the base unit sells for around $1500 or so retail brand new.

If you know nothing testing it would be difficult, you'd also need to presumably get somebody to install it and configure it also which you would have to weight up if you're buying a 2nd hand unit.






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  Reply # 291452 20-Jan-2010 12:14
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Actually the idea will be to get it cheap and resell it. This is difficult to do when I know nothing about it.

It is second hand but seems to work fine. It powers on anyway lol.





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