15 October 2014

Which Phone System is Best for Your Business?

If you’re trying to run a small business without a phone you’ve got bigger problems than this blog post can solve. But if you’re just looking for a little bit of advice as to what your best option is, have a read and be steered into the right direction. This handy article will help you discover which phone system is best for your business, so you don’t have to do guesswork. Read this article, jump on to the Com2 website, set up your phone and enjoy telecommunications just like Thomas Edison intended to.

Ouija Board

This “phone” system might not be a phone system in the traditional sense of the term, but if your business specialises in communicating with souls beyond the grave then this is really your best bet. Grab a couple of friends and communicate with the afterlife, and enjoy the cut price connection charges. You might even be able to summon demons from beyond the grave – can’t do that with a cordless phone. Don’t be afraid of any ghosts!

English Phone Box

Bring a taste of the British Isles into your office with a set of traditional English phone boxes. The next best thing to having a double decker bus parked in the break room, this is a great way to celebrate your office’s part in the commonwealth. All you need is a selection of pence and you’ll be ready to make a connection to whomever you need to talk to. God save the Queen!

Bluetooth Headsets

Show the world you’re not concerned with the opinions of other people by decking your office workers out with Bluetooth headsets. This is also a great way to hide the workers who are a little bit insane and will be talking loudly to themselves anyway. Plus it’ll give your office a cool futuristic vibe that is sure to impress clients.

Excessively Corded Phones

Just like in the eighties, get a phone with a cord so long you can have a private conversation in a room 40 metres away. Privacy is at a premium in the office environment and this is a great way to keep sensitive conversations to yourself. As an added bonus, the amount of cord that will be in the room will provide a great way to keep you staff on their toes at risk of tripping up.


Not a fan of clear communication? Get yourself your own personal telegram allowing you to communicate simple sentences in minutes. Give you fingers a full on workout as you studious type away your coded message that no one who doesn’t know Morse code will understand. If it’s good enough for the Titanic it should be good enough for your office.

What do you think of this list? Are there any tips you’d add? Do you agree with all the suggestions? What’s your favourite type of phone? Be sure to leave any questions, comments or suggestions in the section below and thanks for reading.

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