For businesses running an IP-PBX or VoIP network environment needing to expand it's presence or replace broken phones, up front hardware costs can get expensive but companies typically realize return on hardware investments over a period of several years.
“Recently we ran out of SIP phones as two bricked on us. We messed around with a few PC based softphones which worked, but the result was less than ideal, especially since you had to either take your call on speakerphone or throw a headset on every time”, wrote Matthew Mombrea at ITWorld.com
Mombrea found his solution using an Android smartphone in combination with his IP-PBX environment. The app on smartphones let their offices connect the IP-PBX to their smartphones - enabling their office phone would ring to cell phones when employees were in the office, and route straight to voicemail when they were not in the office.
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