Call Forwarding United States Hosted PBX Feature

United States Hosted PBX with FREE call forwarding Feature

Intelligent call forwarding delivers all inbound calls to their desired locations—even if that means email. The function of the call forwarding PBX feature is to ensure no calls go unanswered. Our United States Hosted PBX system achieves this by allowing users to configure a variety of call devices that can both receive and transfer calls.

Our Call Forwarding PBX Feature Supports 4 Devices

How to enable Multi Ring, Voicemail, Voice Menu or Extensions with United States (US) Hosted PBX

  1. SIP phones: IP phones perform optimally through the United States Hosted PBX interface. This includes softphones and SIP-based apps.
  2. Cell phones: Regular mobile devices can receive calls from the United States Hosted PBX. Moreover, users can install the native United States Hosted PBX app to place calls.
  3. Landlines: An analogue phone can receive calls just like a cell phone. It can also connect like an IP phone with an Analogue Telephone Adapter (ATA).
  4. Voip Providers: You can forward your calls to any Voice-over-IP provider.

How United States Hosted PBX Handles Call Flow

United States Hosted PBX automates call forwarding to any location. Furthermore, our system directs calls either simultaneously or sequentially, depending on the user’s preferences. This means that calls may either ring all aforementioned devices at once or ring each individual phone in a sequence.

Example of Simultaneously and Sequential Call Forwarding

The United States Hosted PBX processes the call and sends it to a registered device. A specified SIP device rings first for 30 seconds. If untended, the call moves forward in the sequence. A connected mobile device rings next for 20 seconds. If untended, the call moves forward in the sequence. The last two devices—landline and Voip account—ring together for 10 seconds. If still no one answers, the call goes to voicemail.