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If your office has a high speed internet connection, then changing your phone services from a traditional land-line to voice over IP (VoIP) may be the cost saving solution your looking for.

VoIP is the technology that converts your voice into a digital signal. That signal then uses the internet to relay your voice to your recipient. Calls can be made using your computer or with digital phones that look and feel like the land line phones that your used to.

  • Low Cost
  • No Physical Limitations
  • Versatility
  • Conference Calls
  • Video Conferences
  • Never Miss an Urgent Call

Why Change to Voice Over IP Phone Service?

Questions & Answers

VoIP is the technology that converts your voice into a digital signal, allowing you to make a call using the internet. VoIP allows you to use your computer as a telephone or to have visual conference calls.

The answer is Yes. A VoIP phone can do anything a regular phone can do. It has a handset, rings, makes and receives calls, and is dialed in the same way.

VoIP is considerably cheaper. Generally your cost will be anywhere from $10 to $100 per month depending on the type of service you order.

When it comes to VoIP, there is a minimal amount of hardware required to get you connected to your new phone system. Since VoIP is transmitted over the internet, a reliable high-speed interent connection is required. and, therefore, a router, modem amd IP phone.

A huge benefit of VoIP is that calls can be made from any device or location. It means users can easily switch between multiple devices or make calls from the same number even when they are traveling.

If you're switching service providers and remaining in the same geographic area, you can keep your existing phone number. This process – often referred to as phone number porting – can be done between wireline, IP and wireless providers.

Basically yes. Number portability is the ability to still use your phone number from one phone service provider with another. You can bring your existing number over with you to the new VoIP (Internet telephony) service. However, there are certain cases where you can't.

With 5G technology on the horizon for 2020, service providers are already looking at the potential of mobile business VoIP in a wider market.

There are numerous benefits for end users; latency in 5G is a miniscule 1 millisecond which means faster connections and response rates resulting in much better call quality – actually superior to calls made on mobiles now.

With 58% of workers seeking remote working opportunities, 5G will be a real game-changer in the remote comms toolkit.

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