Fonality Updates Product Portfolio Packages

New Pricing Options, Web Interface Also Announced

Fonality has announced a consolidated product portfolio that brings all its product lines under one code base and the brand name Fonality.  The company will offer three streamlined editions with a choice of deployment and pricing options. The company also announced the general availability of its Heads Up Display (HUD) web client. 

Fonality’s packages are now available in three tiered editions: Essentials, Professional, and Ultimate. The Essentials edition includes basic phone features businesses use in day-to-day operations, while the Professional edition includes the cross platform Heads Up Display web and mobile applications, an integrated softphone, and CRM integration. The Ultimate edition includes Fonality’s full range of features.

The products known as trixbox and PBXtra will no longer be offered, but these products’ features and deployment options are available under the new packaging.

Previously released in beta, Fonality’s Heads Up Display (HUD) web client is now generally available. HUD Web offers a web-based application that connects users via phone, chat, email, voicemail, video collaboration, audio conferencing, and file sharing.

Fonality has also rolled out subscription-based pricing options for both software and equipment. Customers who require a lease or capital purchase will still have the option of a one-time payment model for equipment and/or software.  

Commenting in a statement, Fonality CEO David Scult said, “Growing businesses choose Fonality for our straightforward, unified approach to communications. We’re excited to reveal an even simpler way to select a business phone system that meets current and future needs. Combined with the release of the web client version of our popular Heads Up Display application, we look forward to a new era of helping businesses thrive with innovative communication tools.”

Fonality provides business phone systems and applications for over 20,000 businesses in 99 countries.

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