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What is VoIP
VoIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocol, which is a fancy way of saying web calls. VoIP technology transmits your voice as digital data packets online, while regular phones use analog signals along the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). Outside of how it’s transmitted, VoIP does everything an old landline would do, plus a whole lot more.
What is the cost of a hosted VoIP phone system?
Compared to phone plans from your traditional telecom, VoIP systems are much more affordable, especially when you choose a hosted VoIP provider.
Why choose hosted VoIP vs. on-premise VoIP?
Hosted VoIP means fewer devices to manage and costs to pay. Since your phone system lives in the cloud, managed by your hosted VoIP provider, there’s no physical hardware your business must purchase to get up and running. This will save you money on maintenance and upgrade expenses, as well as make your VoIP system scalable and more cost-effective than on-premise VoIP.
What types of VoIP phones are there?
VoIP phones are either hardware-based or software-based. A hardware-based VoIP phone, also called an IP phone, is just like a traditional phone with a touchpad, speakerphone button, caller ID display, etc.
A software-based VoIP phone, called a softphone, is an app on your desktop or mobile device. The UI often resembles a regular handset, but modern versions streamline the experience. VoIP softphones offer all the same features, including call transfer, call conferencing and voicemail.
What should I look for in a business VoIP phone system?
The best VoIP systems offer voice, video and more in one streamlined, easy-to-use service. You’ll want a system that integrates communication channels like voicemail, chat, fax and video conferencing without asking you to pay extra.