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SIPTalk launches OnPBX

SIPTalk launches OnPBX

Cloud-hosted PABX service for small business

SIPTalk has launched OnPBX, a Cloud-hosted PABX service to provide voice over internet protocol (VoIP) for small businesses.

The VoIP provider said the service will allow small business to gain access to affordable enterprise-quality telephony services.

SIPTalk is backed by Australian broadband company PCRange, that is a distributor of various telecommunications products.

PCRange chief executive, Raaj Menon, said the service was designed to help its customers run a more efficient and cost-effective business.

“OnPBX helps to reduce phone costs, a major expense for most companies, and to improve customer service through better communication. Rather than relying on a fleet of mobiles, business owners can now use SIPTalk OnPBX to run a centrally-controlled, affordable and feature-rich phone service for their organisation.”

SIPTalk said its solution starts at $24.95 per month. The firm is also offering handsets for an upfront cost or monthly fee with contract.

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