Please take a few minutes to answer our Phone Service Onboarding questions.

The survey will help us better understand your phone needs and make sure that we quote the correct items.

Contact Information

Please submit your organization’s details along with the contact information of the individual completing this onboarding document. This will ensure the information is integrated into your customer portal, enabling our technical team to assist you more efficiently in the future.

The first phone greeting was actually “Ahoy”

Phone Service Type

What kind of phones do you have? *

VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) has largely replaced traditional landlines and private branch exchange (PBX) systems in office settings around the world. 

These cloud-based systems are fast to implement, simple to manage, easy to scale, and far less expensive than traditional business phone systems that run on copper telephone wires. 

Current Phone Service

Who is your current phone service provider? *

Alexander Graham Bell may be the name that comes to mind when you think of the inventor of the telephone. But the credit rightly belongs to Antonio Meucci, a Florentine immigrant whose “teletrofono”—first demonstrated in New York in 1860—preceded Bell’s invention by nearly 17 years. 

Phone Information

Do you need extensions? *

Apple and Android may be the predominant names in smartphones today, but the original name on the smartphone scene was “Simon.” 

Released by IBM in 1994—13 years before the first iPhone—Simon featured a touch screen and email capabilities, and offered a handful of basic apps such as a calculator and sketch pad.


Phone Numbers

Do you have additional numbers? *

Most Americans don’t answer calls from unknown numbers

If the growing volume of spam calls have you avoiding picking up your phone altogether, you’re not alone. 80% of Americans say they don’t answer calls from unknown numbers

Of those who say they do pick up, men and younger adults, aged 18 to 29, are most likely to answer calls of unknown origins.

Ring Groups


What should happen when someone calls your office?

100,000 payphones still exist in the U.S

While they may seem more like a plot device in a Superman or rom-com movie than something people actually use now, payphones still exist—you just have to look a little harder than you once did to find a working one. 

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