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How they work: Typically a three-part system, cell phone signal boosters have two antennas and one amplifier. First, an exterior antenna serves to collect the cell phone service provider’s signal in an area where service is clear. The signal then travels across a piece of coaxial cabling to a surge protector and an amplifier where it can be boosted (if necessary). From there, a...

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Recently, Teltek came across a very important piece of information that we would like to pass along to our blog readers. Paetec, one of our trusted service providers, has increased their “Paper Invoice Fee” effective, April 1, 2011. Here is the new breakdown: 1-4 pages = $8.00 5-19 pages = $13.50 20-49 pages = $19.50 50-99 pages = $28.50 100-249 pages = $35.50 250-499 pages = $45.00 500-999 pages = $85.00 1000-2999 pages...

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This is the 7th entry in our NEC DSX Small Business Phone System: Powerful, Affordable, & Flexible Monday blog series. Today we are overviewing two new voicemail options that are available with software version 3: Expanding your voicemail ports and storage time and upgrading from the standard IntraMail to the IntraMail Pro version, both without having to replace your voicemail! Be sure to check back on...

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  Last week Avaya unveiled their plans for a new branding message – The Power of We Avaya stated “the bottleneck in business is no longer the access to information; it’s the ability to connect the right people together with the right information at the right time to make smarter decisions, faster, in real time.  True collaboration is the missing element that is needed to break through...

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On Tuesday May 31st Avaya announced their plans to discontinue the Nortel/Avaya Business Communication Manager (BCM) 50 and 450 phone system models. This will be effective nine months from the announcement date, March 1st 2012. Avaya says that “they will make every effort to have supply of these products available for all orders, but cannot guarantee product availability through their End of Sale dates”. Additionally,...

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