Business phone systems can be expensive, and for many business owners, voice over internet protocol (VoIP) is a viable option at a lower price. Using VoIP instead of standard land line service might sound like a strange idea, but when you think of how many phone lines you might need for your business, and the cost associated with them, it might be time to give it a try.
With VoIP, you’ll still need to get however many lines you need to run your business, but the cost is often less than going with the traditional phone company.
Even the most digital businesses need phones. But these days it’s about much more than chatting. As your workforce grows and disperses, you want to be able to feel like you’re together, even when you’re not. And you want cheap bills, too.
New landlines clearly aren’t the answer – they’ll soon be defunct anyway. So, what do we do? We VoIP! We digitise voice into data so we can ditch our landlines. All you need is the right internet connection.
VoIP could save you a lot of money but you’ll need enough bandwidth to make the most of all its features. As long as you have the right connectivity, you can join your business colleagues on media-rich conference calls, and share work on screen as though you’re right there.
The new landlines (and then some). When you’re more productive, your customers feel it too.
Plus, now you can auto-reroute at busy times, and answer customer service calls from home. Your customer service is better, and that means more recommendations. And best of all: no more hideous hold music.
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