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Business Phone Systems

Real-world Phone Systems Prices From Recent BuyerZone Users

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Every year, BuyerZone helps over 10,000 businesses buy phone systems. Here's a sampling of the prices they paid, as reported to us.

Remember that you may have to pay an annual fee for maintenance and service of your phone system. Some dealers may include that cost in the purchase price, as some of these buyers mention, but others may invoice you annually.

Very small phone systems

Our buyers with fewer than 10 employees report prices from about $2,000 to $5,000. These also include voicemail and auto attendant phone features.

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Small phone systems

Businesses with 10 to 20 employees that need only basic phone services such as direct dialing, voicemail, and music on hold can usually find adequate systems for $3,000 - $10,000.

All of these buyers reported getting voice mail with their phone systems, and most included auto attendant phone and music on hold features as well.

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CTI and mid-sized systems

The most expensive phone system purchases involve larger systems or computer telephony integration (CTI). CTI is the technology behind applications such as "screen pops," the automatic display of callers' information as calls are answered.

These larger systems all include voice mail, messaging on hold, and auto attendant. They cost tens of thousands of dollars, often running around $1,000 per extension.

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Want more information on choosing a phone system? Read our Small Business Phone Systems Buyer's Guide. For hosted PBX phone systems without the typical hardware and installation process, read our Hosted PBX Phone Systems Buyer's Guide. To review in-depth phone system company profiles, use our instant provider comparison service.

Information was provided by users. Quotes have been edited for clarity only.

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