What is Virtual PBX?

Definition of Virtual PBX

Virtual PBX is a Private Branch Exchange service which is used for transmitting calls and messages over the network.

How Virtual PBX does works?

Virtual PBX is basically a low cost replacement of Hosted VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol). VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) and Virtual PBX both are used for transmitting calls over the internet. They also provide services for transmitting messages and fax document over the internet.

Virtual PBX provides all of the functionality and services that are provided by hosted VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol).

How and where Virtual PBX is used?

Virtual PBX is used in small business as a cost effective solution for transmitting calls and other related services over the internet.

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