Our Hosted VoIP Business Phone System Cost

Make sure any quote you get includes all taxes and fees. Many VoIP providers add on excessive taxes that are not even regulated by state or federal government! Further, we customize each install and those services are not subject to Virginia tax. Get a bottom line quote!

The state of Virginia, our core market, is used as an example.

ItemMonthly Cost Added TaxesTax basis
Support fee$650Virginia law, tax on services.
Router and switch rental$15.053VA sales taxes
Phone rental per phone$4.053VA sales tax
Unlimited local & USA long distance voice communication service per phone.$18.05VA Communications Tax
Universal service fund (USF) per phone$1.05Funds rural America phone service. See fcc.gov
911$.750VA 911 Tax

 

Options

ItemMonthly CostTax RateTax Basis
Basic Fax per fax number$10.05VA Communications Tax
800 number$25.05VA Communications Tax
Bkuetooth wireless headset rental per headset$4.053VA Sales Tax
20 Extra DID numbers$20 .05VA Communications Tax
4G backup for Comcast service$49.95.053VA Sales Tax
Call Center que and reporting$1950VA law on reporting

See www.faxinbox.com for more fax options.

No surprise fees

  • All agreements included full maintenance.  We have zero install labor fees on communication systems.
  • The quote you get will be your monthly charges. You pay that up front and the billing starts when you are using our system.
  • As listed, we charge only required government taxes. We never charge “phoney” taxes such as a business license recovery fee, paper invoice fee, energy surcharge fee. We pay our own taxes internally
  • USF fees are subject to VA communications tax. This is the only tax on tax. We charge a flat $1 per phone even though we must pay anywhere from $.95 to $1.12 a month due to quarterly government tax tables.
  • We are not charging an install fee so we require a one year term and then the agreement converts to a month-to-month agreement.
  • We don’t sell auto-renewal agreements. Who can remember that! You may choose to have a longer initial term before the mo-to-month kicks in.