Yeastar S20 IP PBX : (Support 4 Incoming line)

  • Small and simple device for less than 20 users

  • Basic call handling features

  • Advanced IP-PBX features

  •  Plug and play set-up

  • Base Unit: S20 Housing, FXO: 

  • User Guide, Ethernet: 10/100 Mbps, Power: DC 12V 1A 100-240V USA NA Plug

RM 1000++

Yeastar S50 IP PBX : (Support 8 Incoming line) 

  • Small and simple device for less than 50 users

  • Basic call handling features

  • Advanced IP-PBX features

  •  Plug and play set-up

  • Base Unit: S50 Housing, FXO:

  • User Guide, Ethernet: 10/100/1000Mbps, Power: AC 100-240V USA NA Plug

RM 2000++

Yeastar S100 IP PBX :

  • Device for less than 100 users

  •  100 Users / 30 Concurrent Calls - Expandable to 200 Users / 60 Calls (S100)

  • Advanced IP-PBX features

  •  Plug and play set-up

  • Base Unit: S100 Housing, FXO: 

  • User Guide, Ethernet: 10/100 Mbps, Power: DC 12V 1A 100-240V USA NA Plug

RM 3000++

Low Cost-Per-Call

As part of the name suggests, a VoIP telephone system utilizes Internet Protocol to make calls. Instead of using telephone lines, all communication data is turned into packets and sent over the IP network. The IP network your business uses could be your Internet connection, a direct IP connection to your telephone service provider or a combination of both. The important part of the IP connection is that there is guaranteed quality of service (QoS) from your telephone service provider’s network to your office network. Note that if you are using the Internet to connect to your telephone service provider, QoS is not possible. Placing calls over traditional phone lines means that a line is taken up by the two callers using it to communicate. Since there are only so many lines that can be installed, calls placed over landlines, especially if they are long-distance, are expensive. But using the Internet to relay call data circumvents this problem, making domestic and long distance calls cheaper overall. In fact, businesses that use VoIP are often given the ability to make domestic and domestic long distance calls for free. If the phone number that is chosen for the business is in the United States, for example, providers often allow all calls within the "lower 48" in the United States for free.

Versatility of Features

Using VoIP phone systems allows you to multi-task with the most tech-savvy devices, allowing you to be the most productive you can be. Suppose you are on a call within a queue. While you are waiting, you can strategize your approach to client calls you have missed as you read voicemail-to-text transcriptions that are sent directly to your email inbox. In another case, you can forward messages and voicemail easily. If you receive an important message in a voicemail, you can forward that voicemail to three other people at the click of a mouse. These features and many more useful ones are available with VoIP phone systems. And because the service always goes with you, the features you find helpful can be added or subtracted with ease. In short, VoIP telephone systems grow with your business.

Simple Conference Calls

The features just mentioned are not all that’s made easy by VoIP. Since all calls use a converged data network instead of dedicated phone lines, creating and participating in conference calls are made much easier. It’s possible to take part in conference calls if your business uses a traditional phone system, but what you will find is that you will have to pay for an additional service to host multiple callers for a conference. These services are native to many VoIP phone systems. Instead of paying for something extra, you can take advantage of the ability to make conference calls as an added benefit to the service you already pay for. Not only that, but VoIP services make video conferences much easier as well. Of course, these sorts of conferences are usually special cases, but face-to-face interaction with colleagues and clients, while business personnel are out of the office, is much more manageable with VoIP phone systems.


Network Flexibility

One of the benefits of VoIP that your IT team will enjoy is that its underlying network need not be a part of a specific technology layout. That means your existing ethernet, SONET, ATM, or even your WiFi can be used as the foundation for your network. The complexity of PSTN (traditional) phone networks is virtually eliminated. This allows for a more standardized system to be implemented that supports a variety of communication types while being more tolerant of faults and requiring less management of equipment.

Highly Reliable

One of the most common (and inaccurate) objections to VoIP is that if a business finds themselves without internet for whatever reason, they’d be without phone as well. One of the benefits of VoIP flexibility is that in the event of an office phone going down due to lack of network, calls can always be forwarded to mobile phones and other devices. That also means weather issues and power outages no longer present the risk they once did.