10% Off Implementation – Expires End of Month!
Save 40% Over Traditional Phone Systems
If your phone system or service is over 3 years old, you are likely paying too much! With “FlexConnX” our VoIP business phone system, we can drive down your average monthly expense by up to 40%.
Can You Afford to Wait?
Do not continue operating your business with an old phone system that is costing you too much. The FlexConnX VoIP phone system offers a flexible solution, allowing you to make calls from your laptop, tablet, mobile phone, or any device from your office phone number. Setup phone trees, hold messages, forward to your cell phone, receive voice messages as email attachments, and more.
Frequently Asked Questions
What happens if I loose my internet connection?
Calls and information can be rerouted to other numbers so you never skip a beat. When your phone system resides in the cloud, you’re provided with a plethora of call routing options.
For example, our cloud-based phone system includes features like find-me-follow-me, voicemail to email, and all calls have the ability to be automatically forwarded and routed to virtually any person, device, or location.
Do I need a new or alternative internet connection?
No, you do not require a second Internet connection for business resiliency.
Is cloud phone system reliable enough for my business?
Everyone is going to VoIP because of the benefits, we use it daily. When implemented properly, a cloud phone solution is more reliable than the one in your closet onsite. The system can scaled to meet your evolving needs and provides benefits that traditional phone systems cannot match. Cloud phone systems (hosted PBX) reduce the capital expenditure of a new phone system, safeguarding it against technological obsolescence, broadband failures, and natural disasters.
Is a new phone system a good investment?
A hosted phone system doesn’t require large, upfront investments like a traditional phone system. Switching to a
hosted solution will reduce your operator costs upfront and over time. That means your expenses are actually reduced.
Why should switch from my on premise-based PBX?
Scalability and response time. With your phone system in the cloud, you no longer need to worry about your communication infrastructure’s ability to keep up with the needs of your business.
There’s little to no expertise required and it provides every capability of a traditional phone system, and then some—all while reducing your costs upfront and over time. Additionally, cloud based PBX won’t become obsolete with new features and capabilities continuously being added without the need for a system upgrade.
Is it as feature rich as a traditional phone systems?
Yes, our cloud-based phone systems include features most organizations couldn’t afford with their existing phone
system. You now have the ability to manage these great features via our easy to use web interface, with no expertise
I tried VoIP before, why didn't it work well?
Our proven platform has been built from the ground up over the last ten years. We’ve been able to alleviate the common woes you may have experienced with other hosted PBX providers or issues with your internet service provider. With our complete PBX in the cloud, you’ll be able to improve your business collaboration and flexibility, while reducing your costs.
Which carrier does the platform utilize?
Our platform includes connectivity to multiple carriers for redundancy purposes, so no single carrier issue will impact your
business. FlexConnX utilizes the same backbone and technology as other brands but IGTech365 also takes care of your managed IT service needs. You have one partner for all your communication and IT services.
How does the FCC explain a VoIP phone system?
How VoIP Phones Work
VoIP services convert your voice into a digital signal that travels over the Internet. If you are calling a regular phone number, the signal is converted to a regular telephone signal before it reaches the destination. VoIP can allow you to make a call directly from a computer, a special VoIP phone, or a traditional phone connected to an adapter. In addition, wireless “hot spots”, in locations such as airports, parks, and cafes, allow you to connect to the Internet and may enable you to use VoIP service wirelessly.