Voice Greeting and Extensions
Create unlimited office extensions
Know who is calling
Take or send call to Voicemail
Voicemail to Email
Voicemail are sent to your email
Host Conference
Host upto 300 People Conference on Tollfree Numbers
Inbound Fax
Get Fax on Same Number or another extension
Time Routing
Setup Time Conditions example Office Hours
Call Recording
Record Calls for Training Purposes
Follow me
Forward calls to Mobile, Land or App

How Virtual Phone System Works?

Virtual Phone System is a phone line without a wire the calls are sent to voip servers which then process the calls.

Its a virtual PBX that is fully compatible with all landlines, mobile devices, SIP devices, fax machines.

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  • Global Access Phone Number II Lines;
  • Receive unlimited calls, SMS & Faxes, Notifications;
  • Make Calls, Forward Calls, Play Greetings, Info;
  • Create extension numbers that can reach anywhere;
  • Process Answered calls, Queues, Conference, Voicemail;
  • Automatic voicemail messages to selected email addresses;
  • Receive inbound faxes and forward them to an email address;
  • Smart time and caller routing scenarios;
  • Get notifications for incoming call events;
  • Host conference calls instantly for hundreds of people;
  • Implement blacklists to block incoming calls;
  • Interconnect multiple phone systems
  • Order extra line capacity instantly;
  • Use Android or Iphone App with Push Notification;
Addons: Unlimited Outbound, Send SMS, Click to Chat/Call Button for Website.
Watch how to setup Your New Phone System in this video.

Your New Phone System is powered by essential PBX services such as voice menus, voicemail to email, conferencing, queuing, time and caller routing, internal extensions, dial tone access and more.

After you make the order for phone number on home page, cick on My Account--Start to launch the control panel of your new online smart phone system via a web browser like chrome,firefox, safarai, etc.

Drag-and-drop objects and connect them together via virtual cable to define the call flows and the functionality of the PBX.

The components used in your new virtual phone system web control panel are as follows:

  • Object - there are a number of different objects, with each object performing a specified PBX function such as voicemail, time routing or conferencing.
  • Palette - a menu listing the various objects that are used in building the PBX.
  • Workspace - an area where the objects are assembled.
  • Workspace Tab Menu - for displaying the different pages of the PBX workspace.
  • Cable - used to logically connect objects together.
  • Trash - for removing objects from the workspace.

Click here for Configuration Guide (Registered Users)