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Implementing VOIP at a small motel

Implementing VOIP at a small motel

Implementing VOIP at a small motel

I currently have a Partner Plus Phone system installed at a small 16 unit motel. I am looking to implement a VOIP solution. Currently I have three phone numbers. One phone number rolls over to a second and the third is a separate number. I am looking to port these phone numbers over to voip. and continue to use the partner plus system. Is this possible, and which company would be my best solution?

RE: Implementing VOIP at a small motel

The partner system wont do VOIP. so what you would need is a company who would bring the lines in as SIP and then provide you an ATA onsite that would convert the lines back to copper. For 3 lines i dont know if it would be a real savings in the end. it also would depend on where you are and who your internet provider is.

Kevin Wing
ACS- Implement IP Office
ACA- Implement IP Office
Carousel Industries

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