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We also offer replacement parts for telecom systems along with complete telecom systems, from new to obsolete. Read on to discover all we can do for your company and how you can turn your used phone equipment into cash.
Nortel BCM, Norstar, Meridian, Succession used phone systems offer reliability with a powerful selection of advanced telephony features. Used phone systems from Nortel are perfect choice for businesses of all sizes.
Telecom Recycle is a leading IT asset and disposition company specialized in buying and recycling of redundant business telephone systems and handsets. We are proud to offer you an environmentally green alternative and complete telephony buying solution for all your business telecom needs.
Hosted VoIP, when compared to an on-premise PBX phone system, reduces costs, requires less hardware, decreases service issues, and saves installation and maintenance time. If you've recently switched over to cloud VoIP from an on-premise system, you've made a good choice.
Now you're probably wondering how to get rid of all that equipment in your phone closet. You could always use these items as extremely large paper weights, but there's actually a way you can make money off these old items and potentially contribute to your community.
The reselling business is booming for used telecom equipment. There are a number of national and local outlets that buy used phone system equipment, including servers, phones, and networking hardware. These include:
If you can't get a good price for your on-premise phone equipment, the next best option is donating the items to a charity. This can earn your business tax write offs, which will help you recoup some of the initial capital you put forth to purchase your old PBX phone system.
The United States produces 9.4 million tons of e-waste every year, more than any other country, and only 12.5% of it is recycled. Worldwide, the number swells to 50 million tons per year. Needless to say, if you recycle your old phone system hardware, you'll be part of the solution instead of the problem.
Once your phone system hardware arrives at the recycling plant, a team of workers will manually disassemble the items. Core materials and components are sifted through and sorted according to kind. If the items cannot be reused, a machine will shred the contents into a fine grained mixture.
The mixture is then separated via magnets, conveyor belts, and a water solution. The intact hardware is shipped for reuse, while the granular material is sorted into massive batches than manufacturers can use. Recycling will reuse every component of your phone system hardware, not just the circuitry.
ComtechPhones buys and sells used, out of service and surplus phone systems. We can help you upgrade your phone systems or replace your telephone equipment. You can sell Comtech your old phone system and purchase any phone systems or telephone accessories at wholesale prices to give you the very best economics for your phone system upgrade. Or if you just want to sell your old telephone systems, we handle that too.
We buy Toshiba Phones, Norstar Phones, Nortel, Meridien, Partner and Avaya Partner phones and systems. We purchase surplus, excess or out of service old phone systems and used phone equipment all the time as well as new phone systems. We pay top dollar for your surplus telephone equipment and telephone systems and make the process simple, easy and fast.
Asset disposal and asset recovery of surplus business phones, telephone systems and telephone equipment are very important to many companies and they turn to us to liquidate their excess, surplus, second hand and used business telephone equipment and systems.
Plain old telephone service (POTS), or plain ordinary telephone system, is a retronym for voice-grade telephone service employing analog signal transmission over copper loops. POTS was the standard service offering from telephone companies from 1876 until 1988 in the United States when the Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) Basic Rate Interface (BRI) was introduced, followed by cellular telephone systems, and voice over IP (VoIP). POTS remains the basic form of residential and small business service connection to the telephone network in many parts of the world. The term reflects the technology that has been available since the introduction of the public telephone system in the late 19th century, in a form mostly unchanged despite the introduction of Touch-Tone dialing, electronic telephone exchanges and fiber-optic communication into the public switched telephone network (PSTN).
Many calling features became available to telephone subscribers after computerization of telephone exchanges during the 1980s in the United States. The services include voicemail, caller ID, call waiting, speed dialing, conference calls (three-way calling), enhanced 911, and Centrex services.
The communication circuits of the public switched telephone network continue to be modernized by advances in digital communications; however, other than improving sound quality, these changes have been mainly transparent to customers. In most cases, the function of the local loop presented to the customer for connection to telephone equipment is practically unchanged and remains compatible with pulse dialing telephones.
Due to the wide availability of traditional telephone services, new types of communications devices, such as modems and fax machines, were initially designed to use traditional analog telephony to transmit digital information.
Although POTS provides limited features, low bandwidth, and no mobile capabilities, it provides greater reliability than other telephony systems (mobile phone, VoIP, etc.). Many telephone service providers attempt to achieve dial-tone availability more than 99.999% of the time the telephone is taken off-hook. This is an often cited benchmark in marketing and systems-engineering comparisons, called the "five nines" reliability standard. It is equivalent to having a dial-tone available for all but about five minutes each year.However, POTS depends upon a hardwired connection from each household to the phone company. Many new housing developments are being offered which do not have such a connection so these homes depend upon a VOIP non-hardwired linkage to the phone company. Thus they are dependent upon home internet service which can fail for several reasons.
Today, these have been replaced with optical glass fibers. Light is sent into one end of a glass or plastic cable at an angle large enough so that it will not be able to pass out of the cable into the surrounding air. The message is sent by light pulses and is more efficient and reliable. Since fiber can't transmit power, however, power has to be provided by the consumer instead of the telephone company. This leaves customers vulnerable to telephone outages during extended power outages. Providers of VOIP telephone services usually have backup battery in the telephony cable company modem, or in the case of fiber-to-the-home, a backup battery near the fiber to electrical converter box. These batteries provide anywhere from 8-12 hours of telephone service depending on battery capacity and health of the battery in addition to a live signal from the cable company still being received during the power outage.
Calls between users in your organization are handled internally within Phone System, and never go to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN)--thereby removing long-distance costs on internal calls.
With Phone System, users can use Teams to place and receive calls, transfer calls, and mute or unmute calls. Phone System users can click a name in their address book, and place Teams calls to that person. To place and receive calls, Phone System users can use their mobile devices, a headset with a laptop or PC, or one of many IP phones that work with Teams.
Call queues - Call queue greetings can be used when someone calls in to a phone number for your organization. These greetings include the ability to automatically put the calls on hold and to search for the next available call agent to handle the call. The people on hold can also listen to music while on hold. You can create single or multiple call queues for your organization. See Create a Cloud call queue.
At Ghekko, we buy used Avaya equipment!Whether you want to upgrade your phone system or just get some new equipment, you can make the most out of your oldphones by selling them to us. We can offer cash or credit for your old Avaya phones. We will be more than happy to take your used Avaya equipment off your hands!
We are particularly interested in servers, media modules, phone systems and used Avaya IP phones such the 9600, 1600 and J series but would consider any item. If you have old phones to sell, get in touch!
Foxhall Solutions will set up your new phone system, able to make internal and outbound calls through SIP Trunks over the Internet. Initially, inbound calls will still be received on existing [old] phone sets across the business. Once all new phones have been deployed, connected and tested, we then implement pre-requested call diversions at the exchange onto DDI numbers associated with the new system, de-install the old phones, and then turn off the old phone system.
Foxhall Solutions offers a full and free audit of your telecom needs to determine what VOIP phone system will fit your needs best. Use our Contact Us page to request a call and set up a meeting today
A brief historical overview: The printing press was the big innovation in communications until the telegraph was developed. Printing remained the key format for mass messages for years afterward, but the telegraph allowed instant communication over vast distances for the first time in human history. Telegraph usage faded as radio became easy to use and popularized; as radio was being developed, the telephone quickly became the fastest way to communicate person-to-person; after television was perfected and content for it was well developed, it became the dominant form of mass-communication technology; the internet came next, and newspapers, radio, telephones, and television are being rolled into this far-reaching information medium. 041b061a72