What are On-Premise Phone Systems?

There are two types of business telephone systems: on-premise and hosted. On-premise systems are those in which all the hardware required to manage the system is physically positioned in a secure spot in your office, such as on a computer hardware rack or in a purpose-built phone closet. It can either be connected by phone wires or use the internet connection. 

On-premise systems offer the advantage of being under the direct control of the business owner. This can be seen as an advantage or a disadvantage, depending on the business owner’s level of expertise and willingness to handle system maintenance, costs and management tasks.

Life span of On Premise Phone Systems normally up to 10 years, though ever-changing technology update means required software needs to be updated time to time.

Reliable On-premise phone systems
at an Affordable Price

My FoneTel offers both LG iPECS and NEC phone systems.
These on-premise solutions are perfect for businesses of all sizes and can be tailored to fit your specific needs. It can work on old telephone cable means no hassle of rewiring cables.

LG iPECS: The Ericsson-LG iPECS on premise business phone system like eMG 80, eMG 100, UCP 100, LG – Nortel takes advantage of cutting-edge technology to provide clients with access to the most up-to-date IP phones, digital phones, softphones, and mobility features available. When combined with user-friendly handsets, this innovative solution appeals to small and medium-sized businesses.

 

NEC: With NEC Phone System, such as SL 1100, SL 2100, SV9100 you can keep your desk phone system in your office and still make and receive calls from any mobile device depends on hardware and software. Our NEC phones are designed for today’s modern workplace, with features like Bluetooth connectivity and a built-in answering machine. 

 

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The Benefits of In-Premise Phone Systems

Infrastructure is owned and managed by the business. Certain companies like to have complete control over their phone systems at all times. While hosted communication technologies such as VoIP might make life easier for many businesses, this isn’t always the case. Some businesses value the peace of mind that comes from having their phone system controlled by their own phone technician or IT department.

Some premise-based phone systems don’t rely on the internet for internal calls which is very handy when internet is down. Instead, they use a combination of on-premises equipment and cloud resources. This gives organisations the flexibility to choose the right mix of advanced features for their needs.

Why Perth Businesses Choose My FoneTel

Secure network
We take security very seriously. We employ the most advanced security protocols to ensure your business communications and information remain private and secure.
Solutions that scale with your team
We tailor our on-premise phone system solutions to meet your changing needs.
Local support team
We are local, and we share the same time zone. We can provide you with support in real-time since we have the same business hours.
Reliable connection
The reliability of our connections is one of our strongest assets. If, by chance, we encounter an outage, we will be able to resolve the problem before you are even aware of it.
Over 50 years experience in the telco industry
With the industry’s development and growth, we have grown and developed along with it.

Frequently Asked Questions About
In-Premise Phone Systems

On-premise phone systems are made up of two main components. The first is the base unit, which houses the system’s circuitry and connects to all of the phones in your office. The second component is the handsets themselves. 

On-premise phone systems offer many advantages over their cloud-based counterparts. Perhaps most importantly, they allow you to maintain complete control over your phone system. You can decide which features to enable or disable, add new users as needed, and make changes to your system without relying on a third-party provider. 

In addition, on-premise systems tend to be more reliable than cloud-based solutions since they are not dependent on a stable internet connection.

On-premise phone systems have long been the standard for businesses. With an on-premise system, all of the hardware needed to run the system is physically located in your office. While many businesses are switching to hosted phone systems, many prefer to have a physical console in their office. For some, it’s about sticking with what you know, while for others, it’s about being in complete control of the location, maintenance, and general upkeep of the system itself.

A PBX, or Private Branch Exchange, is a telephone system used within a private organisation, typically an enterprise. In contrast to VoIP systems, which use an IP network for telephone calls, a PBX uses the public switched telephone network (PSTN). With a PBX system, an organisation can have two or more phone lines connected to the same PBX box. This allows multiple users to share a single line. 

On the other hand, A VoIP system uses an IP network for its connections. VoIP systems can be either on-premises or hosted. With on-premises VoIP systems, all of the necessary equipment is installed and maintained on-site by the organisation. On the other hand, hosted VoIP systems are maintained and managed by VoIP providers.

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