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Full Phone Solution

Full Featured VOIP Solutions

all in one Place

Over Monthly 2000 Users

Local Michigan Support Center 

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Installation & Training

Over 10 Years of Local Installation and Service

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Web Managment

Simple to use 24/7 web portal for management of your users, features and settings from anywhere you have an internet connection. Allow users access to manage find-me-follow-me, voicemail-to-email and more.

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Cost Effective

Better features and management control than that of a premise-based phone system without the upfront investment and ongoing support and telco circuit costs that a premise-based system requires. Available with unlimited calling in U.S. and Canada.

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Reliable

Redundant cloud data centers ensure that the phone system always works. And, you can take your work phone elsewhere or use your smartphone with our mobile app if the power or internet goes down at work.

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Expandable

A system that grows as your business grows. Add new users simply and rapidly without worrying whether you need to update, add or replace premise-based equipment.

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Testimonials

“We’re saving 39% on our monthly phone bill with RingGenius and have more features and better reliability. We love the service and the local support.”
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Tim Pascarella

President, Ross Mortgage

"We have been using Ring Genius for years and are very happy with the technology, equipment, and customer service. Their pricing is very competitive as well. We left Comcast Voice for Ring Genius and saved money and upgraded our network."
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Patrick Lowman

President & Owner, Superior Stainless

"The best support in the business! Whenever I screw something up they're always there to help and make sure our phone lines are up and running ASAP - even on nights and weekends. That's saved our business during some tough times. I can't recommend RingGenius highly enough!"
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Alex Linebrink

CEO, Passage Ticketing

 
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