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One of the most common concerns with VoIP is that if the internet goes down, so does the ability to make calls. The truth is that call-forwarding, like other VoIP phone system capabilities, is highly adaptable.
FREMONT, CA: In today's Internet-driven environment, every company concerned about efficient and cost-effective telecommunications solutions has undoubtedly been told that Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephone systems are the ideal option. At first look, it appears that VoIP services are meeting many, if not all, of the critical communication needs that businesses have for telephone systems. Here are four advantages of VoIP telephone system:
A line that runs to a home or business is given its own phone number on a standard phone system. Any movement becomes a challenge of remembering the correct codes or keys to dial on your phone. Contacting phone companies to move services and phone numbers to new locations might waste a lot of time.
All of this is eliminated with a VoIP phone system. Physical restrictions do not exist. You have the flexibility to shift as your business requires without adding to your stress level.
Reliable in a Pinch
Because you may pick where and how your calls are redirected, you won't lose productivity due to local power outages or weather-related occurrences. In addition, if the office phone is unavailable, you can use your mobile device or laptop to make a call.
A VoIP telephone system uses Internet Protocol to make calls, as the name implies. All communication data is converted into packets and transferred over the IP network instead of using telephone lines. Your company's IP network could be your Internet connection, a direct IP link to your phone service provider, or a mix of the two. The fact that your telephone service provider's network to your office network has assured quality of service (QoS) is a critical aspect of the IP connection. However, QoS is not possible when connecting to your telephone service provider via the internet.
Efficient Client Interaction
You may pick where and how your calls ring using a VoIP phone system. You may, for example, choose the first five rings to be forwarded to your office. After that, if you don't answer the phone, the call will be forwarded to a second or third device, such as a mobile phone or a laptop. Business associates can also e-fax papers using VoIP rather than waiting a day (or several) for a fax machine.
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