New VoIP Phone System launched by Telappliant

New VoIP Phone System launched by Telappliant


Telappliant, a supplier of end-to-end and business VoIP solutions, has announced the launch of a new software-based office phone system built on Asterisk open source and Linux-based telephony software.

The Telappliant IP-based Private Branch Exchange provides office phone users with a range of voice and data features and helps to reduce both PBX implementation costs and phone bills through the use of VoIP calling.

The new product provides features such as least cost call routing, voice mail, call queuing, Automated Attendant, interactive voice response, call conferencing and music-on-hold. It also supports features such as video conferencing, web collaboration, stereo call recording and the integration of geographically remote telephone extensions.

In addition, the Telappliant IP-PBX can be integrated into offices with a traditional phone network and the software will also support any telephone handset that supports the SIP open standard.

Telappliant IP-PBX software can be supplied direct by the company on a CD or will shortly be available from Pricing starts from GBP15 per user, with system prices starting at GBP899.

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