Voice over Internet protocol (VOIP) is a system to operate telephones using the Internet to send your voice to the person you are talking to rather than an older traditional way of sending it over a public switched telephone network (PSTN).
So, instead of plugging a normal telephone into the wall or existing private branch exchange (PBX), you plug it into your existing Internet connection. It in turn connects to a voice over IP provider who will assign you a telephone number, and you can then use that to call and receive calls from any other phone. Usually, if one is using certain VOIP handsets, one would not notice the difference between it and a traditional telecoms company provided unit. Thus, once set up, the learning curve of adopting VOIP is almost nil.
VOIP has the following benefits for a business:
VOIP can be used in multiple business cases including:
We have implemented numerous phone systems in businesses such as yours and continue to maintain and update them.
See the VOIP systems we use ourselves to give you an idea of what could work for you…
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