Here are a few points to consider regarding each type of system:
1. Premise based VoIP offers flexibility, control, and lower cost. It also:
2. Requires an initial investment in equipment. Leasing options are also available.
3. May require an integrated access device or media gateway.
4. Means you are responsible for repairs or changes to your equipment.
5. Requires you to pay for all features, even ones you may not need.
6. Offers long-term cost savings over hosted VoIP.
Hosted PBX VoIP offers the convenience of having installation and repairs handled by your VoIP provider. A hosted PBX system is less complex than a typical business phone service, and:
1. It is well-suited to small businesses with fewer resources.
2. You won’t have the expense of managing equipment.
3. The system and equipment are hosted by the provider.
4. Hosted IP PBX is easily expandable.
5. You do need to pay for ongoing service from your provider.
6. Quality of service can vary according to hosted PBX providers.
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