A mid-sized Reno Dental Office, with 7 operatories and 2 dentists, had an aging PBX (about 10 years old) that could no longer be maintained and had to be changed. They had 9 extensions, half of which were lightly used convenience extensions. Their PBX vendor quoted them $15,000 to replace the PBX and telephones.
Their current PBX used 7 AT&T business lines costing $260 per month.
Once they looked at the numbers the choice was clear: