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Title: Telephone Systems In The Office Word Count: 513 Summary: The telephone is probably the most important and the most used method of communication today. All over t he world, telephones are beingused extensively, whether in homes or i n offices. When it comes to office phone systems, the system is parti cularly designed so that any number of users can use and share the sam e telephone lines,rather than havi ng to use individual phones. Telep hone systems like these are specifi cally designed for use by several p eople in a single locatio... Keywords: telephone systems, business telephone systems, voip telephone systems, office telephone systems, pbx Article Body: The telephone is probably the most

important and the most used method of communication today. All over t he world,telephones are being used extensively, whether in homes or i n offices. When it comes to office phone systems, the system is parti cularly designed so that any number of users can use and share the same telephone lines, rather than havi ng to use individual phones. Telep hone systems like these are specifi cally designed for use by several p eople in a single location, like co mpanies and largeoffices. Using t hese types of phone systems can mea n lesser expenses for businesses, s ince it is proven to be more cost-e ffective than using regular telepho ne systems. PBX – The PBX telephonesystem, or Private Branch Exchange, are phone systems which are designed specific ally for corporate use in offices. The main purpose of a private bran ch exchange system is to create a p rivatecommunication network among all those who use and share the ext ernal telephone lines. PBX systems are ideal for large and medium-siz ed companies and businesses. What

makes this phone system cost-effective is that users can now share a f ew external phone lines, as compare d to having all individual users ha ving their own external lines. Using a PBX phone system allows a p erson to communicate with...
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