Business Phone Service in Tucson
Affordable, reliable and flexible communication solution for business and offices starting as low as $8.99/month.
Hassle Free Communication Solution
- 24/7 Assistance
- Requires No Technical Expertise
- HD Crystal Clear Call Quality
- Unlimited Local/ Long-Distance Calls
- Free Local/Toll Free Phone Number for your Tucson Business
- Yealink, Grandstream, Ploycom, Cisco VOIP Phones
- Voicemail to email
- Fax to email
- Call Transfer
- Call Routing
- Call Forwarding
- Conference dialing, can take your business beyond your office location
Plug and Play
Use your own VOIP phones or get preconfigured phones from us. Just simply connect the phones to the internet and manage the setting on the user friendly web portal.
1-2-3 simple steps and you are ready to use the business phone service in Tucson office.
Pay Per Phone Line, Not Per User
Phone plans are designed so that you only pay for the phone lines needed, and not per user. Select any number of phone lines, and then create unlimited user extensions for every phone line.
It’s practical, convenient, and cost effective.
Excellent customer service. The owner always makes sure to take care of any issues that arise so that everything works flawlessly. Very well run company! A+
I’ve been using this phone company for about 2 years and it has been working out great. All the same functions as your local phone service provider but at the fraction of the cost. As a business owner this helps a lot especially when you are starting a new business. Customer support is key and they have been there promptly to help when needed.
Thank you so much for being there! I would highly recommend CEBOD telecom services!!!!
Very responsive and knowledgeable customer service. We have been a customer for the past 3 years and have had a very trouble free experience with Cebod. It has always been a pleasure working with Jai and his team
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you provide business phone service in any other city in Pima County?
We provide business phone service and systems nationwide. Request a free demo of the phone service in and around Tucson city including Catalina Foothills, Marana, Nogales, Flowing Wells, Green Valley, Florence, Casas Adobes, Eloy, Coolidge, Drexel heights, Sierra Vista, Casa Grande, Oro Valley, Nogales, Naco.
Can I buy Tucson local phone number with different area code?
Yes, with Cebod Telecom you can buy local phone numbers with any area code in Tucson and neighboring cities, irrespective of your office location. Commonly used area codes in Tucson region are 520, 928.
How long does it take to activate new phone service?
Once online registration process is completed, your account and phone numbers for your Tucson office are activated immediately. The phones are shipped to you same day using ground shipping or you can decide to pay extra to expedite delivery of phones overnight.
Is There Really Any Difference Between a traditional phone system and voip business phone system?
This is the most common question received by VoIP providers. The truth is that business VoIP offers superior call quality, more flexibility, and a wider range of features. It’s not just about calls it’s about productivity. The PSTN service (traditional) may be what you’re used to, but VoIP has never been more effective than it is now. Most of the problems experienced during the age of slow Internet and poor equipment are gone. Business VoIP has a much lower initial installation cost and ongoing monthly cost than a traditional phone system, without compromising on quality. You can scale without any problems. And it offers a high level of mobility. Business owners now expect more from their communications.
Can you tell me more about Tucson, as I am thinking of moving my business there?
Tucson is a city where education is in the forefront. Several small colleges, University of Arizona and University of Phoenix have campuses in this Arizona Wildcats town. As listed in Wikipedia, Tucson’s nickname is “The Old Pueblo”. It has a great connection to music with both the Arizona Opera and Tucson Symphony Orchestra being based here.