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"NBN-ready" phone helps SMEs in cost war

Brian Karlovsky | March 7, 2014
Commander has launched its "NBN-ready" phone in a bid to help small to medium businesses in the war against costs.

Commander has launched its "NBN-ready" phone in a bid to help small to medium businesses in the war against costs.

It comes with a suite of smart call management features across all plans including simultaneous ring, Voicemail2Email and auto Receptionist.

Businesses that have a suitable internet connection can use NBN-Ready Commander Phone and enjoy no line rental, a no contract option, unlimited standard local and national calls and free intra-account calls for as little as $34.95 per month.

Commander business director, Scott Carter, said, small businesses had not had access to the flexibility and professionalism granted by a large-scale phone system at an affordable price.

"Commander specialises in business communications and understands that all businesses need flexibility and the best possible call management," he said.

"This is why we offer a no contract option — and the Commander Phone can easily scale up or down in line with business needs."

Carter said Commander was excited to be able to make big-business features available to small business at a market-leading price.

"Commander has been a trusted supplier of phone systems and communications to Australian businesses for over 30 years and the Commander Phone is our best ever," he said.

"It's NBN-Ready, it has all the features of a big business phone system and importantly, it addresses one of the greatest challenges for businesses today by helping them win the war against rising costs."

 

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