Phone Systems

What is the best Virtual PBX phone service for a b2b startup that is currently virtual as well

Eric Tulin

April 13th, 2013

Any tips for setup?

Mark Cline Developer at PitchPoint Solutions

April 13th, 2013

Can get a toll free number for $1.49 a month (+1c a minute for calls). $30 setup.
Easy to use, can setup a nice front-end IVR menu, email voice messages. Can create 'virtual' devices for iPhone, Android etc. 

I've been very happy with it!

Eric Vardon President, CEO at Arcane

April 13th, 2013 ERIC VARDON / ARCANE (mobile) 36 York St. London, ON N6A 1A5 Ph: 226 289 2445 x 201 Fx: 519 286 0437

Vaughn DiMarco Lead Data Consultant at VONalytics Inc.

April 13th, 2013

I know the good people behind

They provide great service

Jessica Alter Entrepreneur & Advisor

April 14th, 2013

There is already a discussion on this very topic
Good to check/search before posting

Scott Durgin Founder & CEO 440labs

April 13th, 2013

Give Ray Pasquale a call or shoot him an email ... he's been building a neat virtual PBX offering for small businesses, some nice mobility and remote worker features. Disclosure: I'm an adviser to his company.

Unified Office Inc 

TCN: (603)812-2042

Ray Pasquale <>


April 14th, 2013

for bootstrapping with only a few cofounders and your first customers: google voice for free.  I've used skype, ringcentral, grasshopper, lync+SIP trunk, and more for all-virtual-phone-systems.  

For many, I think Ringcentral is the way to go... I was on it, switched to grasshopper for a year, then went back.  Ringcentral has the features, a great mobile app, and offers deals on physical phones when they're needed.

Barak Kassar Founder / Creative Director Rassak Experience, San Francisco

April 15th, 2013

we heart

Brian McConnell

April 13th, 2013

Unless you really need to provide your customers and prospects with an awful voice mail/IVR experience, I can't think of a good reason to use one. I used to work in telecom, and once worked for one of these companies. They generally run on antiquated technology (10-20 years old, seriously). They are definitely NOT technology innovators. I guess the question I have is what problem do you need to solve? Do you need your employees to have direct dial numbers? Do you need to deal with queued customer support calls? Despite being an old school telecom guy, I rarely get unscheduled calls any more. I just tell people to send me an email and I'll respond right away, set up a phone/skype call if needed. Brian

Ken Woodruff Software Architect

April 13th, 2013

We recently started using RingCentral ( and I've been impressed so far (haven't researched pricing, but the functionality seems great).