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Small business, big business. Does size really matter?

Part 3: Making it work with a Virtual/Hosted PBX

Over the last couple of blogs, we shared some tips on how you can use cloud-based 1300 numbers and local phone numbers to help increase your business’ reach nationally. Now, we’ll reveal the key to making the most of the features and functionalities of your 1300 and/or local number(s) which is of course, a cloud-based phone service such as a hosted or Virtual PBX.

As its name suggests, a virtual/hosted PBX is hosted in the cloud and does everything a traditional PBX does, and often a lot more! At just a fraction of the cost of a traditional system, a virtual PBX offers the features and benefits of a big business phone system with the simplicity and flexibility to suit growing businesses.

Direct your 1300 and/or local number(s) to a virtual PBX and communicate effectively and professionally with advanced features, such as voicemail, voicemail to email, call forwarding, hunt groups, auto attendant, time of day routing and more.  

Small business, big business

Already have an existing number(s)?

You can bring it into the cloud via a process called Local Number Portability (LNP) and unlock its real potential. Once it’s in the cloud, the number belongs to you, even if you switch providers or move locations. 

MyNetFone also offers the ability to manage your virtual PBX via an online portal, which means you can say goodbye to unnecessary maintenance costs and the need to call a technician every time you want to make a small change to your system.

Improve productivity, minimise operating expenses and demonstrate your focus on service and efficiency while avoiding the size or location prejudice that some customers may have, it’s a win-win situation.

Move into the cloud and the size of your business is entirely up to you.

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