Monday, August 8, 2011

Why your Norstar phone system still has value.

In case you haven't heard, Nortel Networks has gone away for good. The company has been split up and sold off. The business telephone equipment division was acquired by Avaya, Inc., one of Nortel's biggest competitors.

Avaya has chosen to discontinue the Norstar telephone system effective October 2010. So almost a year later and thousands upon thousands of Norstar system are humming away, answering phone calls and working quite well. The Norstar has been great system for customers:
  • Feature rich
  • Easy to use
  • Phones are very reliable and very durable
  • Expandable
  • Upgradeable to the BCM product line (BCM also discontinued)
  • Automatic set relocation
  • Remote maintenance
  • Caller ID, CTI Integration still available!
There are hundreds of independent dealers across the country who have, and will continue to, make it their business to support Norstar customers. Spare parts are a plenty, the equipment is reliable and robust. If you want VoIP capability, you can migrate to VoIP trunks, but remember VoIP doesn't mean savings.

Take our advice:don't throw your Norstar away! The quality and reliability aren't to be found anywhere else on the market at the moment.

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