What is VOIP?
VOIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) is phone service using the Internet rather than traditional phone lines. VOIP is the future of telephones and utilizes the latest technology. If you have a reasonable quality Internet connection you can get phone service delivered through your connection instead of from your local phone company, reducing your monthly phone expense dramatically. Multiple offices can be “connected” through VOIP allowing users to transfer calls off-site and intercom between co-workers as if in the same building. VOIP enables workers from home to access their calls and their co-workers remotely, and phones will be configured to maintain service during internet outages.
Cost savings and increased funcionality
In general phone service via VOIP costs less than equivalent service from traditional sources. This is because most traditional phone services are generally monopolies or government entities. There are also some cost savings due to using a single network to carry voice and data.
In many cases, the user is able to save enough on their monthly phone bills by using VOIP to cover the cost of a new telephone system. We can analyze your monthly bill and, in most cases, customers are being billed for features they aren’t even using. Even if you have a contract with a major provider, most of the time you can just keep a minimum number of lines/internet and change your service to a cheaper provider.
Incoming phone calls are automatically routed to your VOIP phone where ever you plug it in to the network. Take your VOIP phone with you on a trip, and anywhere you connect it to the Internet, you can receive your incoming calls. You can easily work from anywhere with a good Internet connection.
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