Onebox Expands Cloud Telephone Service Into Canada

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Matt Smollinger

Onebox has expanded its service offerings so that Canadians can now partake in its virtual PBX product.

Onebox will now offer service in 15 major Canadian markets, including Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, and Calgary. This expansion brings the same plans and service offerings to Canada that are currently available to US customers.

Onebox is a cloud telephone service specializing in providing one phone number that becomes a phone number for all your phone numbers, along with additional PBX offerings.

The entire system is cloud-based, so there’s no equipment to install or maintain. If you’ve ever used Google Voice, Onebox is similar, with additional business features.

Some of those features include an auto-attendant, online faxing, multi-level menus systems (which are always a joy to deal with). Conference calling, web conferencing, and call recording round out the major business features.

Pricing is based on a minutes model, with 2000, 3000, and 5000 minutes per month available. These will run you $49.95, $79.95, and $99.95 respectively, US or Canadian according to the website.

More information is available on the Onebox web site.

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