Ericsson LG iPECS Phone System

The Ericsson-LG iPECS and eMG100 phone systems are so popular because they're feature rich but still maintain the ease of use that the LG brand is synonymous with. Your staff can learn the system in just minutes and you don't need a PhD to operate any of the Ericsson-LG handsets. For more detailed information about the various Ericsson-LG phone systems on offer please read below.

System Features

iPecs Phone System Features & Tech Specs

Below you’ll find a list we’ve compiled of popular iPecs phone system features. We have included features for both small and larger enterprises alike. Many of the iPecs features are standard. Where you require additional licences we have indicated this also. These features can literally transform the way you communicate so we hope you find it helpful.


In order to manage incoming call traffic effectively you must be able to transfer calls quickly and efficiently. The ability to do this is one of the key reasons businesses upgrade to the latest feature-packed phone systems. Micro phone systems lets you do this at just a touch, letting any handset user direct callers to the other staff with ease. Also, because you’ll have at least 2+ phone lines, someone else can be on another call at the same time too.


The most commonly used button on your new handset will be the ‘hold’ button – and with good reason. It’s essential for smooth, professional handling of calls. Rather than (ineffectively and unprofessionally) cupping a hand over the mouthpiece, staff can place a customer on hold at the touch of a button, and they won’t be able to hear what’s going on in the background


Many home offices start off with a cordless phone or two, and you get used to having the ability to take the phone around the house. Don’t worry. With phone systems for small businesses you can still connect you cordless phone to it -you can even use the one you may already have. Please note that your current cordless phone won’t give you any of the basic phone system features your desk phone does, such as call conferencing or one-touch transfers. However, you will still be able to call out, receive calls and even have calls transferred from the desk phone to you.


Day & night greetings ensure your callers receive a polished, professional impression of your company, first time, any time. In a small office often there are times when you’re on a call and no one else is there. The phone system will actually be able to pick up, answer the call, and keep them on hold until you are ready. No more juggling!
Regardless of how busy you get in your day, a day & night greeting system means valuable callers will be looked after. A tailored greeting such as “Thank you for calling ABC, your call is important and we will be with you in just a moment” will be heard by the caller, who will then be placed on hold automatically to wait until you can attend to them.
At night this message can be changed to something more appropriate, such as “Welcome to ABC, our office is currently unattended. However if you would like to leave a message our staff will return your call the following business day.” In this way your business will always sound great and never miss another sales opportunity.


Whether you’re out of the office or just on another call a personal voicemail will back you up. Unlike some home services where you have to pay to retrieve messages it is absolutely FREE with a phone system. (On some phone systems voicemail is an option whereas it is included as standard on others).
Personal voicemail works in exactly the same way as it does on your mobile phone. Callers hear a personalised greeting and are invited to leave a message. You can then access these greetings, save them, replay, forward or delete them as necessary.
Voicemail is available to all system users but if required you can specify which of your staff have access to the service. Users are notified that they have a message by a bright red light on the handset. Now, rather than having to take phone messages for colleagues, you can now simply transfer a call to the user’s voicemail system and let them leave a message. The great thing about voicemail is that both your staff and callers will already be familiar with the concept and therefore happy to use it.


For many people in small business they are often out and about and not always at their desks. No matter where you are your voicemail can now be sent to your email. This means if you have a smart phone you’ll be able to listen to your office emails on your mobile phone, laptop or iPad.

Auto attendant

For some home offices wanting to present a BIG image then an auto attendant can be ideal. It answers the calls and gives options for different extensions with your company. You may only have 3 staff but you sound like you’ve got 100.
For example, “Welcome to ABC, for all sales enquiries please press 1, for accounts press 2. For all other enquiries please hold and an operator will be with you shortly.” The customer doesn’t need to know that the same person may answer for every department!
The menu tree options provided can be as simple or as complex as your business requires. The auto attendant function can also be used to simply take any overflow calls you or your staff are unable to get to in time. Either way, it is very efficient and incredibly effective.

Conference Calls

With business being conducted both nationally and globally nowadays, getting people to meet in person isn’t always possible. You can conference call seamlessly with whoever you need to, getting a real time conversation going with up to as many parties as you like (dependant on number of phone lines and system capacity). Simply place your caller on hold, select a new line and join the calls by pressing the conference button. It’s as simple as that!

Cheap VoIP Calls

Some phone systems allow you to connect a multitude of different VoIP services, from VoDSL to SIP trunking. This can translate to huge savings on line rental and external call costs, as well as free internal calls – even if those calls are to other staff in different locations. The savings may even be enough to pay for the entire system.
Check out our VoIP rates now for yourself. Or to learn what VoIP is and how VoIP works simply click here.

User friendly handsets

Despite the power and complexity of a home office phone system the user friendly handsets make accessing features easy. Some systems do this better than others. With any pbx system there are many different handset models to choose from, usually a basic, executive and a receptionist model. Let us help you choose the right mix of handsets for your business.
Better handsets typically feature large, backlit digital displays to give users the information they need to make calls quickly and easily. Different menu options will be automatically displayed on screen, and these change to the most relevant choices depending on what task the user is currently performing.
Also with more and more people working remotely, our customers have said one of their favourite features is being able to see who is on the phone. This was a feature that was only on large business systems, however, this is now a standard feature on the new generation of hybrid & cloud phone systems for small business.
Features such as mute, redial, volume, conference etc are very typical and offer users fast, easy access. Meanwhile, some handsets offer programmable buttons with digital labels, so that these keys are always correctly and clearly annotated.
The bottom line is that you can choose from a wide range of handsets with most solutions and mix and match to meet the needs of your staff. Equip power users with higher-end phones, whilst selecting more basic models for less intensive applications. It’s the smart way to get the performance you want, at the price you need.