3CX is a software-based, open standards IP PBX that offers complete Unified Communications, out of the box.
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What is 3CX?
The 3CX Phone System is the software-based private branch exchange (PBX) Phone system based on the SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) standard and enables extensions to make calls via the public switched telephone network (PSTN) or via Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services on premises, in the cloud, or via a cloud service owned and operated by the 3CX company. The 3CX Phone System is available for Windows, Linux, Raspberry Pi, Android and iOS and supports standard SIP soft/hard phones, VoIP services, faxing, voice and web meetings, as well as traditional PSTN phone lines.
3CX Phone System consists of a number of software-based components. The PBX, accessed and managed via a web-based management console, softphone for Windows, and smartphone clients for iOS and Android. The phone system can be used with either SIP phones or the clients, or a combination of the two. The PBX provides unified communications functionality including presence, chat, voicemail to email, fax to email, integrated video conferencing, call conferencing, Live Chat, SMS, and additional integrations with Facebook and a number of CRM platforms.
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Easy to use, easy to install, feature rich
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garbage. impossible to find the client on their website and it only works with their server.
You need to make an account(since you need to get a free or paid licence) to download it and install it on your server or you can host it on their servers but for a cost (free first year), also there is no client for desktops only for smartphones, for desktop you have a web interface... It's more difficult to setup, it's aimed at businesses not individuals