Hosted Business VoIP Communication Services
What is a Hosted Business VoIP service? VoIP (voice over Internet protocol) is a communications innovation that allows for placing and receiving phone calls via broadband internet connections instead of traditional analog or digital phone lines.
It doesn’t matter if your business is small with one office or it’s a large one with multiple offices, VoIP can work for you.
What Are Your Options?
The most cost-effective and easy to install VoIP services for business are:
Hosted IP PBX – Provides call routing for incoming calls on one or more phone numbers and can handle voice mail, faxes, and manage call distribution queues, and more. This service is usually provided by a third party provider via a remote service.
Virtual PBX – Provides call routing for incoming calls on one or more phone numbers and can handle voice mail, faxes, and manage call distribution queues, and more. Equipment is usually on site at your business location.
Managed VoIP – This service provides the same functionality as a Hosted IP PBX or a Virtual PBX, but it is managed by a third party. This means that you don’t have to have anyone on staff who is trained in PBX use. Instead, it is taken care of by the VoIP service.
A slightly more expensive option, but one that has a few more capabilities than the above options, is the SIP Trunking Service. This option combines the above capabilities while bringing your data and voice together in one efficient connection that uses the PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Nework) to perform tasks.
If you want to lower your operating costs and improve communications capabilities and productivity, our Business VoIP Communication Services could be the answer. Some of the additional features available as a part of our Business VoIP Communications Services:
- Use your mobile phones as remote offices – great for employees that telecommute or travel a lot.
- Turn voicemail into email to ensure important messages never get missed.
- Prioritize data and voice traffic on the network with more flexibility to provide better QoS (Quality of Service).