The X-50 by Xblue Networks is a great “all in one” solution for the small to medium business. It’s a VoIP business phone system that adds the data functions to cover your office’s voice and data needs. The X-50 is unique with its Key System functionality giving you line appearances on your telephone just like you did on your old Digital Key System. Following in the design of Xblue’s popular X16 system, the X-50 is likewise easy to install, program and use and an excellent value.
“Self-Installable” 14-line, 24 Telephones – VoIP Telephone System
The X50 system’s revolutionary design makes it simple for easy do-it-yourself installation!
-Can use either Standard Telephone Lines or low cost VoIP Telephone lines
- X-50 telephones can be installed off-site with complete seamless operation for home office or remote worker
-Can simultaneously ring your office phone & cell phone
- Every X-50 IP telephone is a duplex speakerphone with a 6-line backlit LCD
-X-50 Server is also a Wireless Router
-Automated Receptionist Answers & Processes Up to 4 Calls Simultaneously
-Complete Voice Mail System with 32 hours of Message Storage
-One Touch Recording of “Live Conversations”
-Navigation Keys and Personal Phone Book per telephone
-Caller ID/Call Waiting
-Optional modular (24) button console for every phone
-Self-installation design with easy Web based programming saves money!
X-50 VoIP System configuration:
·Up to (6) regular telephone lines and (8) low cost VoIP telephone lines
·Supports up to (24) X-50 IP Telephones
·(1) Analog port for fax machine or cordless telephone
And did I mention, Telco Depot provides programming of this system so it’s “plug and play” ready to install and use. So, if you’re in the market for a good quality VoIP business phone system for 2 to 24 users, that support traditional analog and VoIP telephone lines and you want to install the system yourself; take a look at the detailed description for this product. You will be impressed!
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