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Simplifying VoIP For Business

VoIP or Voice Over Internet Protocol is a method for digitizing analog audio signals for transmission over the internet. This method of sending and receiving audio signal is useful because the cost of communicating via VoIP is already accounted for by broadband costs; meaning both long distance and short distance phone calls can potentially be placed for free. VoIP therefore has the potential to completely replace ordinary landline phones.

Business VoIP services are pretty straightforward when it comes down to it. It does just what it says ‘on the tin’ i.e. allows you to make and receive voice calls over an IP network.

For all these reasons, it’s always advisable to seek out a business that specializes in business VoIP and is ready and able to help you get the solution in and working and then provide ongoing support. This will not only ensure that your installation and every-day use of the hosted VoIP service is smooth and trouble-free, but also ensure that you make the most of the features and capabilities of the solution.

Most business VoIP services are extremely versatile and offer a whole range of features designed to help you enhance customer service, manage resources effectively and keep costs down. A specialist business VoIP reseller will be able to show you these features and set-them up for you, and train you and your teams in how to use them.

Using a specialist won’t necessarily mean you’ll pay more for the service, but you will save a lot of time and effort in setting up your business VoIP system and learning how to use it – and you’ll started getting real return on your investment much faster.

Helpful Articles

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    VoIP For Businesses

    VoIP for business allows you to choose from an extensive list of features, such as auto-attendant, voicemail, call forwarding and voice recording.

  • You're Using VoIP And You Don't Even Know It

    VoIP Tech Overview

    The methods of using VOIP that most people will be familiar with is computer to computer VOIP via services such as Skype, Facebook or Google Hangouts. Unlike the other methods, computer to compete VOIP does not require any additional equipment.

  • Hosted VoIP for businesses - the voice in the cloud

    Hosted Voip

    Hosted VoIP can be integrated with your business ERP and CRM systems to enhance efficiency and make managing staff and monitoring call patterns and performance much easier.

Actual Voip Hub Customer Requests

What are your telecommunication needs?

Just the phones

Where do you need service?

Business / Commercial

How many employees will be using this service?

20 - 49


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