VoIP Benefits for small business!

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Vonage Business Award-winning Business VoIP Phone System
  • 40+ Built-in Features
  • In-house Support
  • Reliability of the Vonage Cloud
$19.99
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RingCentral Cloud Powered Business Phone System
  • Unrivaled functionality in 1 solution
  • Unlimited Calls/Fax/SMS/Conf.
  • Trusted by 350,000+ Businesses
$19.99

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Fonality Meet Our Top Rated Phone System
  • 100+ Enterprise Level Features
  • Heads Up Display™ Web
  • Multiple Deployment Options
$19.99

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OnSIP The Smartest Cloud Phone System
  • 50+ Features, Gartner Cool Vendor
  • 99% Customer-Rated Satisfaction
  • No surprise fees or contracts
$8.95
$0.029/min

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Small Business Full-featured Phone System
  • PCMag's #1 VoIP for small bus.
  • Use analog, IP, or mobile phones
  • Hardware $199.99, $19.95mo/user
$19.95

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VoIP Studio Hosted PBX
  • Unlimited calls
  • DID numbers in over 4000 cities worldwide
  • Free call recording and any other feature
$19.99

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PanTerra Networks Secure Cloud Communication, Any Device, Anywhere!
  • Mid-Mkt to Ent: Avg Company Size 125+
  • SLA with 5/9s Up-time: 24x7x365 US Support
  • Feature-rich True UC Platform: 30-Days Free
$19.95
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Prior to the introduction of Voice over IP, businesses had few choices and were generally paying too much for business phone service. The only option was the local phone company and voice over internet protocol companies in USA.

If you're a smart businessperson, you're probably always looking for new ways to maximize efficiency and minimize costs. One of the ways you may be thinking about is trying out Internet telephony and VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol), which lets you use the Internet to make and receive phone calls.

Internet telephony isn't a new technology (it's been around for years in one form or another), but only fairly recently has it become reliable and ubiquitous enough to be a serious choice for business. While Internet telephony was once an oddity often plagued for garbled and dropped calls, these days a well-planned and implemented VoIP Phone Systems can provide call quality and reliability that rivals mobile phone or landline calls.
Along came VoIP and suddenly businesses had another option. However, businesses soon learned this new VoIP technology was not quite as reliable as traditional phone service. That was 5-7 years ago when VoIP was in its infancy.

VoIP technology has matured to the point where the call quality and reliability is comparable to traditional phone service. The real benefit to the small businesses is the PBX Features and voip business solutions that VoIP technology delivers.

Most Hosted Business PBX Phone systems offer a feature rich package of PBX functions that include Auto-Attendants, Hunt Groups, Voice Mail, Call Transfer, etc (see a full list of VoIP PBX Features) without requiring you to purchase expensive telecommunications hardware.
Small business hosted voip makes it easy to incorporate a geographically distributed group of employees; even remote works that work out of a home office can be incorporated into your business phone system. With a Hosted VoIP Phone system the only hardware your business needs are the IP Phones and a VoIP router.

A Hosted Voip telephone systems allows businesses to only pay for the PBX services actually used. Upgrading a Hosted VoIP Phone system is a simple process from a technical perspective and generally does not require additional telecommunications hardware.

Creating a multi-location system is no different than adding a phone to your current office system. VoIP Phone Systems simplify adding additional geographic locations, including home based employees. New office locations can be added in any location that has a high speed internet connection.
Prior to the introduction of Voice over IP, businesses had few choices and were generally paying too much for business phone service. The only option was the local phone company and voice over internet protocol companies in USA.

If you're a smart businessperson, you're probably always looking for new ways to maximize efficiency and minimize costs. One of the ways you may be thinking about is trying out Internet telephony and VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol), which lets you use the Internet to make and receive phone calls.

Internet telephony isn't a new technology (it's been around for years in one form or another), but only fairly recently has it become reliable and ubiquitous enough to be a serious choice for business. While Internet telephony was once an oddity often plagued for garbled and dropped calls, these days a well-planned and implemented VoIP Phone Systems can provide call quality and reliability that rivals mobile phone or landline calls.
Along came VoIP and suddenly businesses had another option. However, businesses soon learned this new VoIP technology was not quite as reliable as traditional phone service. That was 5-7 years ago when VoIP was in its infancy.

VoIP technology has matured to the point where the call quality and reliability is comparable to traditional phone service. The real benefit to the small businesses is the PBX Features and voip business solutions that VoIP technology delivers.

Most Hosted Business PBX Phone systems offer a feature rich package of PBX functions that include Auto-Attendants, Hunt Groups, Voice Mail, Call Transfer, etc (see a full list of VoIP PBX Features) without requiring you to purchase expensive telecommunications hardware.
Small business hosted voip makes it easy to incorporate a geographically distributed group of employees; even remote works that work out of a home office can be incorporated into your business phone system. With a Hosted VoIP Phone system the only hardware your business needs are the IP Phones and a VoIP router.

A Hosted Voip telephone systems allows businesses to only pay for the PBX services actually used. Upgrading a Hosted VoIP Phone system is a simple process from a technical perspective and generally does not require additional telecommunications hardware.

Creating a multi-location system is no different than adding a phone to your current office system. VoIP Phone Systems simplify adding additional geographic locations, including home based employees. New office locations can be added in any location that has a high speed internet connection.
Created by: avadtechpr, Last modification: Thu 10 of Mar, 2011 (08:13 UTC) by spamblock
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