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Things to Know about Business VoIP

If you are interested in business VoIP service for your office, there are several things you should take into consideration. Voice over Internet Protocol is different than traditional phone systems because calls are sent and received using your office’s Internet connection. You will not notice any difference from your existing telephone system when using VoIP, but the technology behind how your call is transmitted is very different. When you speak, your voice is broken up into small data packets, which are then transmitted to the location of your call. It is not necessary for you call recipient to have VoIP in order for you to be able to communicate with them.

Business VoIP systems can offer a variety of features and can be a very cost-effective solution to your phone systems needs. Standard business VoIP services can include: voicemail, caller ID, call blocking, call forwarding, 3-way calling, and fax capabilities. You can speak to a business VoIP provider about any specific phone features your business will require, as business VoIP plans can vary.

VoIP phone systems can be ideal for businesses that frequently make long distance or international calls. Because calls are sent over the Internet, the location of the origin of the call in proximity to the location of the call recipient cannot be determine, which means a long distance charge cannot be incurred. VoIP is also convenient for businesses with more than one office location because all offices can be connected on one network, which allows for easy extension dialing to any office regardless of its location. To determine the best business VoIP solution for your office it is recommended that you contact several VoIP providers.