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VoIP vs. Traditional Phones - Why VoIP Wins For Businesses
 

VoIP vs. Traditional Phones - Why VoIP Wins For Businesses

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A look at the differences between traditional business phone systems and VoIP business phone systems and why VoIP is the clear winner.

A look at the differences between traditional business phone systems and VoIP business phone systems and why VoIP is the clear winner.

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    VoIP vs. Traditional Phones - Why VoIP Wins For Businesses VoIP vs. Traditional Phones - Why VoIP Wins For Businesses Presentation Transcript

    • Traditional Phone or VoIP? Which is Best for Your Business? by FitSmallBusiness.com
    • VoIP (Voice over IP) is a relatively new type of phone service that works on your internet connection instead of traditional phone lines.
    • advantages •Lower Costs •Greater Functionality •Less maintenance •Similar call quality, provided you have the appropriate internet connection
    • advantages •Lower Costs •Greater Functionality •Less maintenance •Similar call quality, provided you have the appropriate internet connection If you are looking for a high quality VoIP service provider we recommend Nextiva, and you can read our full comparison guide here.
    • What Is VoIP? Vonage or Skype you have already used VoIP for Personal USE If you have used
    • What Is VoIP? Vonage or Skype you have already used VoIP for Personal USE If you have used But there are many companies, like RingCentral and Nextiva, that specialize in providing VoIP service for businesses.
    • VoIP use is growing
    • VoIP use is growing And the number of traditional telephone users is shrinking each year.
    • VoIP use is growing And the number of traditional telephone users is shrinking each year. The market share of landline phones is expected to be 16 percent by 2015, as the combination of VoIP and cell phones push traditional telephony out of homes and offices.
    • Cost of VoIPService Generally the cost is around $20 to $30 per line per month. you get a wide range of features, like: • Free local and long distance calling • Ability to transfer and queue calls • Have calls ring multiple lines simultaneously • Auto-attendant phone directory.
    • Cost of VoIPHandsets Can run from around $50 On the low end to several hundred dollars if you want additional features such as a screen for video calls.
    • What is the Difference Between VoIP and Traditional Phones?
    • THE COST of Traditional Phones for the service and Handsets are similar to VoIP. If you want the additional features mentioned before, then it can run Thousands of dollars.
    • VoIPCall Quality is dependent upon the speed and stability of your internet connection A typical DSL connection will be able to support 6 concurrent phone calls with full quality audio. For calculating how much bandwidth you will need, see this article.
    • The VoIP system is reliant on both your internet connection and electricity. However, many VoIP service providers can automatically route calls to a cellphone or other backup number in the case of an internet or power outage.
    • Business VoIP and PBX Systems generally provide the following: • Voicemail • Call Forwarding And Internal Transferring • Conference Calling • Office Intercom
    • Business VoIP systems have several features that are not available with traditional PBX phone systems including:
    • Mobility: The ability to use your smartphone as an extension of the office phone system, Including the ability to have business calls automatically directed to your cell phone and make outbound calls from your smartphone as your office number.
    • Portability: The ability to use any computer or office phone as your personal extension.
    • Flexibility: The ability to redesign your phone system on the fly by simply logging into your VoIP provider’s dashboard.
    • Just Cool: • Voicemails sent to your email as text messages. • Find me/follow-me which rings your mobile and home phones as well. • Video calling. • Integration with third party applications like CRM and an e-fax.
    • AVoIPsystem can provide a business features they were NEVER able to achieve with a landline while also saving money and improving productivity.
    • If you are looking for a high quality VoIP service provider we recommend Nextiva, and you can read our full comparison guide here.
    • And Finally...
    • To learn how to simplify the process of running your business visit us at....
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