3CX Pricing and License Cost

Senior Network Systems Engineer at a tech services company
The pricing and especially the licensing is way simpler and easier to understand instead of the larger brands which tend to be so complicated that you almost need to seem to be certified in understanding their licensing models. Not with 3CX. It’s just straight forward. View full review »
Panayiotis Agathangelou
Founder / Manager
Prior to a customer purchasing a 3CX phone system, I would advise that they have a general idea of how many concurrent calls they will need, and what kind of third-party application integrations they will need. View full review »
CIO - Chief Information Officer / SOO - Service Operations Officer at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
I would encourage any user to do their homework and know what your needs are now and what they may need to be in the coming years. If you plan on growing, and it is inevitable that you will grow, you may want to think of growing into the system, the licensing, etc. rather than get the bare minimum now and grow out of the system and licensing later. View full review »
Christian Cutajar
IT Manager
It’s definitely worth it to implement a software based application which provides not just normal PABX functions but much more, plus it’s regularly updated with additional features, to enhance administration and management on a day to day basis. View full review »
Martin De Beer
My advice to all PBX procurers would be to get a 3CX quote whenever looking for a replacement system. I can, to date, not find any system that gets even close to the feature richness and low cost of 3CX. View full review »
Damien James Ellis
Technical Manager at a comms service provider with 51-200 employees
Pricing is all dependent on what the client’s needs are. 3CX caters for small (free licensing) all the way to HA enterprise licensing. Basing from amount of concurrent calls to features needed. View full review »
Rishi Saxena
Client Services Manager - Software Development at a comms service provider with 11-50 employees
The license is easy to understand just based on concurrent calls. Other features are inclusive of the license. View full review »
Diederik Maes
Managing Director at Fly By Wire
Licensing is easy and clear. No hidden costs. You could set up a 3CX in a couple of minutes yourself. We still advise to go through a certified partner though. View full review »
Issa Ibrahim Taiwo
Avaya Support Engineer at Simba Group
Pricing and licenses in 3CX are okay compared to other solutions, which can destroy you with additional add-ons after buying the product. View full review »
Enterprise Account Manager at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
It is private hosted if you have over 20 employees. For cloud/onsite, if you are under 20 employees, you can get the best commercial model. View full review »
Gede Sukariyanta
IT Supervisor at a hospitality company with 201-500 employees
Not applicable. View full review »
Bart Austin
Sr. IT Consultant
3CX is my best PBX offering because it is a third of the cost and provides a full set of professional features, especially for call centers. View full review »

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