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If your business is sitting on the edge of deciding whether to switch to a digital phone service don’t let the fear of higher prices dissuade you. Technological innovations have a notorious history of coming hand in hand with huge costs that only businesses with money to burn are able to implement. Unlike those technology advances, digital phone services actually cost less.
It is necessary for installers to pay attention to the following tips to ensure they do the best job possible each time. Additionally, business owners looking to have a network installation done and agents who sell network installation services can benefit from knowing what constitutes a good cabling job and what does not. The tips really are common sense, but not using them will result in a poor job every time.
Even though Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) service is gaining ground, many business owners are still not sure whether they should switch. Sure, they cost less, but there is still this hang-up about VoIP having less reliability than the plain old telephone service (POTS). This is a look at the good and the bad of VoIP compared to POTS.
While the technology is fairly new, some voice over internet protocol (VoIP) providers are already connecting residential customers with cloud telephony. One such service uses the traditional telephone lines in the house to connect to their cloud-hosted VoIP network via a dedicated ADSL-style connection. This brings some security to traditional VoIP services since the cloud network doesn’t reside on the open internet.
Plain old telephone service, or POTS, is being touted as on its way out by quite a few sources. It’s being said that with the advent of VoIP services, cable and fiber network expansions and wireless communications innovations that POTS is dying a slow, but steady death. But, is that really the case? The reason people have landlines is largely the same: voice communication.