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Your new phone system (new version 2024 non flash) is a fully-featured, cloud-based virtual PBX that is fully compatible with all landlines, mobile phones and computers, SIP devices and multi-line desktop phones.


You can setup Multiple users, remote offices, call centre services, voice information system etc.


Your New Phone System is powered by essential PBX services such as voice menus, voicemail to email, conferencing, queuing, time and caller routing, internal extensions, dial tone access and more.

Full mobile access is supported through iOS and Android-based applications, making smart phones an integral part of the system. In addition, separate instances of your phone voice systems may be simply and securely interconnected wherever they are in the world via the phone systems Interlink feature, allowing your remote offices and users to behave as a single telephone network.


Your New Phone System Features
  • Receive calls & SMS;
  • Make outbound calls;
  • Assign extension numbers that can reach users anywhere in the world;
  • Forward calls to any phone number or destination including to your skype*;
  • Play back custom recorded messages to callers;
  • Direct calls using extension numbers;
  • Send calls to a voicemail box;
  • Send voicemail messages to selected email addresses;
  • Receive faxes and forward them to an email address;
  • Implement time and caller routing scenarios;
  • Receive notifications for specified call events;
  • Host conference calls;
  • Implement blacklists to block incoming calls;
  • Interconnect multiple phone systems;

You can quickly configure your new online phone systems via a web browser like chrome,firefox, safarai, internet explorer etc.

Drag-and-drop objects being connected together to define the call flows and the functionality of the PBX.


The components used in phone system web applications are as follows:

  • Object - there are a number of different objects, with each object performing a specified PBX function such as voicemail, time routing or conferencing.
  • Palette - a menu listing the various objects that are used in building the PBX.
  • Workspace - an area where the objects are assembled.
  • Workspace Tab Menu - for displaying the different pages of the PBX workspace.
  • Cable - used to logically connect objects together.
  • Trash - for removing objects from the workspace.


In order to use a specific object, position your mouse over the listed object on the dashboard until that object is highlighted. Then click left button on your mouse, dragging that object from the palette and releasing it over the workspace as shown in the how to use video above.

Click here for Configuration Guide (Registered Users)