VoIP

VoIP, or Voice Over Internet Protocol, is a replacement internal phone system that reduces costs dramatically! MBS switched to a VoIP system a few years ago and have been please with the results (see my article on our experience converting to VoIP). MBS now engineers VoIP systems for Christian churches and ministries. The phone system can be located in your server room or hosted in our datacenter. One of the benefits of having your VoIP hosted in our datacenter is that our datacenter never goes down! Not even in bad weather!

MBS configures VoIP PBX servers that deliver high reliability and quality at low cost. We do this, in part, by engineering the PBX to save voicemails as ‘.wav’ files and email them to their intended recipient. The original voicemails are then deleted.

This saves money two ways:

  1. It lowers the hosting hardware configuration requirements (storage capacity, backup size, etc), and
  2. Since most users never clean up their old voicemails, it saves the funds that would be required to regularly log into all users voicemail boxes and clean up all of the old voicemails for them.
VoIP

Using an MBS VoIP telephone system will save your ministry money! And you’ll like the features is brings.

Want to know more about MBS VoIP telephone systems? Email us!

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What Others Are Saying About MBS VoIP

  • “+1 for @MBSnick’s hosted solution. We have been using it at our Paragould location since August and we are about to roll it out at or main campus using Yealink phones. The solution will save us roughly half over what we are paying now with our current provider in monthly costs. We do have to pay for the phones up front, but our ROI will be less than 1 year based on our anticipated savings. I had debated between MBS’s solution or Office 365 and tested both but decided to proceed with MBS. Their support has been excellent and while Office 365 support has been good, I like the fact that if we are having issues I can pickup the phone and call and get someone immediately as opposed to opening up a ticket and waiting for a call back. Also, during our testing between the two, MBS with EndPoint Manager gave us better provisioning control over our phones versus Office 365. Once we are fully deployed, we will have 75-80+ phones, soft phones, and mobile phones deployed and it will be very easy to bring on future campuses and all we need is an Internet connection.” –Brad Crawley, Director of IT, Central Baptist Church in Jonesboro, AR