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What Is A private branch exchange (PBX) 

The term PBX spawns from the original term PABX, which is an acronym for Private Automatic Branch Exchange.  Essentially a PBX is a private telephony switch that is used for its internal employees to communicate both between themselves and the outside world. The purpose of a PBX was to allow a company to have more phones than physical phone lines saving the cost of requiring a line for each user to the telephone company's central office.  An additional benefit was direct dialing between employees.

Over time, the PBX grew to incorporate all sorts of advanced features such as voicemail, Find Me Follow Me, Fax to Email, auto attendant (IVR), automatic call distribution (ACD), call queuing, remote offices and phones, softphones, CTI (integration with the PC), and more.  With the event of IP (internet protocol), the acronym PBX morphed into its latest incarnation, the IP PBX that supports packet-based transport protocols - commonly referred to as "VoIP". The most popular current protocol is SIP, which stands for "Session Initiation Protocol". 

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Fox Telecommunications provides business phone service using VoIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol). Our agreements with all the major carriers allows us to pass on savings of 40 to 60 percent on most phone bills. All of our business plans provide unlimited inbound lines. We are happy to provide a free analysis of your phone services and show how you can save money and have more features and service.

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210 Woodland Estates Ave
Ruskin, Florida 33570

P.O. BOX 99
Ruskin, FL 33575

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