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Is your Wilmington office phone system unreliable, overpriced, and uncomplimentary to your business? Whether you’re dealing with…
  • Dropped calls, poor sound quality, and terrible service
  • Inconsistent performance, and incapable support
  • Incompatibility for how your office runs or incapability of remote work access
  • An outdated system, but you’re stuck in a contract…

We understand your pain. Both our team, and our clients, have dealt with it! Unfortunately though, choosing a new phone system can be a daunting, critical decision to make. Choose poorly, and your struggles will only continue. Additionally, the last thing we want is for you to be stuck in another long-term contract with terrible service and huge fees to get out of. Whether you’re looking for a long-term solution or a noncommittal system to ease into, we’ve got great options for you.

Why Do You Need A Business Phone system?

We’ve partnered with multiple phone systems to help you figure out the best solution for your company. You can look forward to:

Flexibility:
  • Work remotely
  • Options for all generations
    • App-based phone systems for mobile or desktop, home office extensions, and traditional desk phones
      • With the app, outbound calls will appear as your work number, eliminating the need to give out your mobile number
  • Compatible with multiple locations and building-wide announcement systems
  • Instant messaging
  • Customized ability to serve your company’s unique needs.
  • Manage voicemail from anywhere
  • Optional auto-attendant and customizable hold music
Ease:
  • Find-Me/Follow-Me call forwarding
    • Inbound calls to your extension can automatically forward to your cell phone
  • Everything can be managed from your desktop or mobile device
  • Phone call reporting
  • Monitor availability of other phone users
  • Conference calling
  • System setup within days if needed
Reliability
  • Optimizes voice, cloud, and data traffic
  • HD voice call clarity
  • Wireless business continuity
Support
  • Live, US-based customer support
  • US-based engineering
  • We are available as well to help with any issues!
Both phone systems have all the aforementioned features, but we’ll still work with you to choose the most compatible system for your company.

We think of our options as the commuter car vs. the SUV. The commuter car has the basics and gets the job done. You’ll save money and won’t have to sign any contracts with its month-to-month operation—say goodbye to long-term contracts! Additionally, the desk phones are free and updated every three years! Meanwhile, the SUV option offers the most flexibility, bulletproof reliability, and highest call quality, all while limiting the amount of Internet bandwidth needed. Additionally, you get to choose from different phone brands for your whole team or different departments. The SUV option does include an agreement but you’ll find you’re set, supported and ready to go for years to come. Again—it comes down to your company’s needs. We highly recommend both options and are glad to offer the flexibility!

Why get your new business phone system through Partners Plus?
  • We are LOCAL and will take care of the installation and setup of your new phone system to generate a smooth, frustration-free transition. Other vendors ship your phones with an 800-number to call when you’re in trouble… only to wait forever to talk to someone live. On the contrary, we will concierge the entire process on-site–testing your network and Internet, setting up & installing, and training your team–so your phone system transition goes seamlessly.
  • We’ll be 100% transparent with quoting and won’t have any hidden fees, guaranteed. Some phone system salespeople only quote the phone–without revealing the monthly taxes, set-up fees, and additional costs that you’ll incur. Whether that’s increased bandwidth or an upgraded firewall, they’ll mislead you into thinking their phone is cheaper than it actually is. Once you buy with us, there won’t be any additional, unanticipated costs.
  • We’ll conduct a thorough in-person assessment. Far too many salespeople prescribe before they diagnose. We use a proprietary Phone and Communication Assessment to make sure we understand your business, current environment, how you use the phones, and what your specific needs are. Because of this, we prescribe the right phone system every time.

In fact, we guarantee it. If you’re a current client or sign up to be an MSP client as well, we’ll give you our guarantee. With our commuter car plan, it’ll be a six-month guarantee and with our SUV plan, it’ll be a 30-day guarantee! If you don’t love the switch to our business phone system within the time frame, we’ll give you a 100 % money back.

Ready to schedule your free Phone and Communication Assessment? We’ll conduct an on-site assessment before you make any decisions.
  • We’ll review you…
    • Current system
    • Internet connectivity
    • Current contract to seek the possibility of early departure
    • Phone and Internet bill—we often can help clients save money by uncovering hidden, unused fees and features
  • We’ll discuss it with you…
    • What features are important to you
    • What your present challenges are with the current system
    • If you want home office extensions or just mobile solutions
    • How power and the internet have been in the office?
    • Whether you prefer live operator vs. voicemail/phone tree
  • We’ll test you…
    • Phone customer service—we’ll conduct a “secret shopper” exercise and report back with details on how your customers and prospects are being handled when they call your office.
    • Network compatibility—if you’re a current or upcoming MSP client, we are already sure of this!

At the end of this assessment, you’ll have all the answers you need in order to decide if it makes good business sense to upgrade your phone systems. To have the initial call to line up your Phone and Communication Assessment, fill out the provided form.

Here’s what clients have said about our Business Phone System:
P+ Provides Excellent Service

Partners Plus provided excellent service as usual with our new phone system upgrade. We upgraded… and are very happy with our decision. They not only provided us with a smooth and quick transition, but explained the process along the way and made sure that we were fully prepared with our data and staff. We were able to approach Bill before our decision and he helped us pick out our system and explained why their Business Phone System was a great fit for us. We looked at several different networks and we are so happy with his recommendation. He also provided us with a hands-on demo and helped us select the best phones for our needs. We were even able to select one that was compatible with all of our recently purchased new headsets.

P+ assisted us with not only every installation detail, but also all of our setup details and initial training. Overall, we have actually saved money upgrading to a new system. It was very outdated and lacked the current features that we need for a more complex voicemail box setup and inter-office transferring options. However, we also got a much more secure and efficient network in return, along with a lower monthly cost. We have also increased our office productivity and efficiency with the new systems that Partners Plus helped tailor to fit our needs.

We Communicate Seamlessly with P+ Business Phone System

We switched to their Business Phone System spring of 2014 and haven’t looked back! We have since added a second location and it enables us to communicate between the two seamlessly. Additionally, we can now utilize our building PA system. Partners Plus made the transition and integration hassle-free!

Partners Plus
2 Penns Way, Suite 307
New Castle, DE 19720
Phone: 302-529-3700

About Wilmington, DE

Wilmington (Lenape: Paxahakink / Pakehakink) is the largest city in the U.S. State of Delaware. The city was built on the site of Fort Christina, the first Swedish settlement in North America. It lies at the confluence of the Christina River and Brandywine River, near where the Christina flows into the Delaware River. It is the county seat of New Castle County and one of the major cities in the Delaware Valley metropolitan area. Wilmington was named by Proprietor Thomas Penn after his friend Spencer Compton, Earl of Wilmington, who was prime minister during the reign of George II of Great Britain. As of the 2020 United States Census, the city’s population was 70,898. The Wilmington Metropolitan Division, comprising New Castle County, Delaware, Cecil County, Maryland, and Salem County, New Jersey, had an estimated 2016 population of 719,887. The Delaware Valley metropolitan area, which includes the cities of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Camden, New Jersey, had a 2016 population of 6,070,500, and a combined statistical area of 7,179,357.

  • Population (approx.): 72,000
  • Geo coordinates: 39.7447°N, 75.5484°W
  • Postcodes: 19801, 19899, 19898, 19885, 19895, 19884, 19893, 19894, 19886, 19802

Things to Do and See In Wilmington

  • F. W. Woolworth Building (Wilmington, Delaware) (near West 9th Street and North Market Street): The F. W. Woolworth Company Building is a historic department store building located in downtown Wilmington, Delaware. (…).
  • Wilmington Savings Fund Society Building (near East 9th Street and North King Street): The Wilmington Savings Fund Society Building is a historic bank building at 838 North Market Street in Wilmington, Delaware. The three-story masonry structure was built in 1920, replacing an earlier building constructed by the Wilmington Savings Fund Society (WSFS Bank) in 1886, and was designed by (…).
  • Delaware Trust Building (near North Market Street and East 9th Street): Delaware Trust Building, now known as The Residences at Rodney Square, is a historic office building and bank headquarters located in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware. It was built in 1921, as a 13-story, 15-bay-by-15 bay, U-shaped steel-frame building in the Classical Revival style (…).
  • Grand Opera House (Wilmington, Delaware) (near North Market Street and East 8th Street): The Grand Opera House, also known as The Grand or Masonic Hall and Grand Theater, is a 1,208-seat theater for the performing arts in Wilmington, Delaware, United States. The four-story building was built in 1871 by the Delaware Grand Lodge of Masons to serve as a Masonic Temple and an auditorium (…).
  • Burton v. Wilmington Parking Authority (near West 9th Placidas Code Street and North Orange Street): Burton v. Wilmington Parking Authority, 365 U.S. 715 (1961),. Was a United States Supreme Court case that considered the application of the Equal Protection Clause on a private business that operates in close relationship to a government to the point that it becomes a “state actor”. (…).
  • Govatos’/McVey Building (near East 8th Street and North Market Street): Govatos’/McVey Building is a historic commercial building located in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware. It was built in 1895 and is a three-story, rectangular plan building of bearing wall brick construction (…).
  • Charles Gray Printing Shop (near East 8th Street and North King Street): Charles Gray Printing Shop was a historic commercial building located in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware. It was built in 1874 and was a three-story, commercial/office building with a rectangular plan built of wall-bearing brick construction (…).
  • DuPont Building (near West 10th Street and Shipley Street): The DuPont Building, occupying the entire block bound by 10th, 11th, Orange, and Market streets, was one of the first high-rises in Wilmington, Delaware. It looks out over Rodney Square. The building was built in phases, with the original building constructed in 1908 fronting Rodney Square (…).
  • Clifford Brown Jazz Festival (near North King Street and East 11th Street): The Clifford Brown Jazz Festival is a free jazz music festival held annually in June at Rodney Square in Wilmington, Delaware, USA. The first festival was held in 1989 on the open lawn in the center of the city and has grown into the largest free jazz festival on the East Coast (…).
  • Rodney Square (near North King Street and East 11th Street): Rodney Square is the public square and national historic district located in downtown Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware, named after American Revolutionary leader Caesar Rodney. A large statue of Rodney by James E. Kelly stands in the front of the square (…).
  • Daniel L. Herrmann Courthouse (near North King Street and East 10th Street): The Daniel L. Herrmann Courthouse is a building in downtown Wilmington, Delaware. Built-in 1916, the former courthouse is currently occupied by Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, a Wilmington-based law firm. (…).
  • Max Keil Building (712 N. Market Street) (near North Market Street and East 8th Street): Max Keil Building is a historic commercial building located in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware. It was built about 1850 and modified in the Art Moderne / Art Deco style in 1938. It is a three-story, single-bay commercial building with a rectangular plan built of wall-bearing brick (…).
  • West 9th Street Commercial Historic District (near West 9th Placidas Code Street and North Tatnall Street): West 9th Street Commercial Historic District is a national historic district located in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware. It encompasses 28 contributing buildings in a commercial area of Wilmington developed in the early 20th century (…).
  • Wilmington (near North King Street and East 11th Street): Wilmington may refer to: (…).
  • Henry Townsend Building (near North Market Street and West 7th Street): Henry Townsend Building is a historic commercial/residential building located in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware. It was built in 1913-1914 and is a four-story, five-bay commercial apartment building with a rectangular plan built of wall-bearing brick construction (…).
  • Braunstein’s Building (near East 7th Street and North Market Street): Braunstein’s Building is a historic commercial building located in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware. It consists of two buildings built in 1900 and combined in 1924 as a single unit. The building at 704 is a four-story, two-bay brick commercial building and the building at 706 is a (…).
  • Reynold’s Candy Company Building (near West 7th Street and North Market Street): Reynold’s Candy Company Building is a historic commercial building located in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware. It was built in 1929 as a restaurant and candy factory. It is a three-story, three-bay commercial building with a rectangular plan built of wall-bearing brick construction (…).
  • Downtown Wilmington Commercial Historic District (near North Market Street and West 7th Street): Downtown Wilmington Commercial Historic District is a national historic district in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware. It encompasses 44 buildings in the city’s downtown, most on North Market Street between the 6th and 9th avenues (…).
  • Max Keil Building (700 N. Market Street) (near East 7th Street and North Market Street): Max Keil Building is a historic commercial building located in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware. It was built about 1875 and modified in the Art Moderne/Art Deco style in 1938. It is a three-story, single-bay commercial building with a rectangular plan built of wall-bearing brick (…).
  • Foord & Massey Furniture Company Building (near Shipley Street and West 7th Street): Foord & Massey Furniture Company Building is a historic warehouse and showroom located in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware. It was built between 1917 and 1919 and is a five-story, five-bay-by-four-bay, brick commercial building (…).

Nearby Airports

  • New Castle County Airport
  • Philadelphia International Airport
  • Wilmington Airport

Nearby Towns and Suburbs

  • Edgemoor is 2 miles to the east.
  • Elsmere is 2 miles to the west.
  • Wilmington Manor is 4 miles to the southwest.
  • Carneys Point is 4 miles to the southeast.
  • New Castle is 5 miles to the south.
  • Claymont is 6 miles to the northeast.
  • Pennsville is 6 miles to the south.
  • Pike Creek Valley is 8 miles to the west.
  • Pike Creek is 8 miles to the west.
  • Hockessin is 8 miles to the west.
  • North Star is 9 miles to the west.
  • The bear is 9 miles to the south-west.
  • Village Green-Green Ridge is 10 miles to the north-east.
  • Brookside is 10 miles to the south-west.
  • Kennett Square is 11 miles to the north-west.
  • Newark is 11 miles to the west.
  • Brookhaven is 12 miles to the north-east.
  • Chester is 12 miles to the north-east.
  • Glasgow is 14 miles to the south-west.