What Is VoIP?
VoIP, pronounced “voype,” or commonly referred to as IP Telephony, stands for Voice over Internet Protocol. To put it simply, VoIP uses high-speed Internet Protocol (IP) networks, such as the Internet, to make a better and more affordable way for businesses to communicate. VoIP phone systems were designed with the understanding that small and medium companies need the same reliable and advanced communications as large corporations, but at a fraction of the cost. These systems also offer many features that are currently unavailable with traditional phones.
Benefits Of Using VoIP Phone Systems
- Reduced Costs – VoIP is another solution that we offer to help your business get more for less. VoIP phone systems are less expensive than traditional phone systems because you have a constant monthly rate, regardless of how many calls you make or how much distance is between the phones.
- LAN Connection – VoIP phones use you LAN connections to transmit data. This means that you don’t need to run any additional cables in your office.
- Increased Flexibility – Since VoIP phones use the Internet, you can use your VoIP phone number anywhere in the world that has an Internet connection. Most VoIP phones are also Wi-Fi capable so you aren’t limited to just your local Internet connection.
- Unique Features – Our VoIP phone systems solutions also include call monitoring, call forwarding, call waiting, auto attendants, voicemail-to-email transcription, conferencing, and more.