Freedom to Communicate

The “Free” in FreePBX stands for Freedom. That’s because FreePBX, the world’s most popular open source IP PBX, gives users the tools to build a phone system tailored to their needs.

Tango on the phone

FreePBX is an open source community

Completely free to download and use, the power of FreePBX comes from a global community of developers who ensure it remains a high compatibility and customizable platform with all the key features needed to build a scalable business phone system on any budget.

With millions of installations worldwide and a very active development base, the FreePBX community continues to out-perform the telecom industry’s commercial efforts.

Designed for FreePBX

Phones

Experience Zero-Touch auto-provisioning and intuitive onboard apps for productivity with Sangoma IP Phones for FreePBX.

SIP Trunking

Connect your FreePBX system to the world with SIPStation and enjoy the best in call quality, reliability, and auto-provisioning.

Appliances

Officially supported hardware from Sangoma is designed and rigorously tested for optimal performance with FreePBX.

FreePBX Tango on a computer

VoIP Gateways

Need to use analog phones and fax machines? Sangoma Vega Gateways enable reliable legacy connections.

Modules & Add-Ons

Add UC functionality to FreePBX with features like Softphones, Paging, PhoneApps, Call Center bundles, and more.

Session Border Controllers

Ensure the security of your VoIP network while enabling advanced SIP compatibility and IP connections for remote workers.

Open Source Blog

FreePBX – Migration Towards PJSIP

Going back several versions, FreePBX has had options to configure SIP with either Asterisk’s chan_sip or chan_pjsip. As mentioned in the blog post here,  https://www.asterisk.org/deprecating-chan_sip-asterisk-17-0-0-rc2-release/

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