Montreal, Quebec (MMD Newswire) February 10, 2012 - Convergia, a Montreal, Canada, US and international voice and data service provider, announces the addition of new IP PBX business phone systems with an IP extension feature, including the convenience of Desktop "Paging."
The President of Convergia, Alejandro Bitar, said, "Our new IP PBX business phone systems make it easy for businesses to maximize their efficiency, project a more professional image and save money all at the same time. An IP PBX phone system with an IP extension feature gives small businesses the advantages of Unified Communications traditionally used by larger corporations. With the features of traditional telephony networks and VoIP combined into a single, easy-to-use device, office phone system communications are streamlined seamlessly and cost-effectively."
Bitar continued, "A business phone system with Desktop "Paging" gives users the ability to use their phones as intercoms. This enables a user to quickly and easily reach everyone in the company who isn't on a call, by being able to be heard through each telephone's speaker."
You can visit Convergia.com to get more information about Corporate Call Back, office phone systems, business calling plans, low long distance and international rates, as well as their extensive portfolio of other home and business phone services.
Convergia is a Montreal, Canada, US and International long distance calling service provider and a world-class provider of voice, data, and Internet services, with a wide range of internet phone service plans for residential, business and wholesale customers. Founded in 1998, Convergia is a Montreal-based corporation, part of a seven billion dollar group of companies with over 6,000 employees located in over 50 countries, with a cutting edge fiber optic network spanning over 50 countries across 4 continents and connecting more than 150 points of presence. Offering a wide range of voice and data services, including local analog and digital phone lines, long distance, cellular services, hosted PBX, dedicated PRI and T1 voice circuits, ADSL, high speed static IP Internet, MPLS networks, domestic and international toll free, audio and web conferencing, VOIP, SIP trunking, computer softphone, global travel calling cards, and prepaid services, Convergia has developed into one of the largest privately held global end-to-end telecom networks in the world.