VoIP News and Trends
Watch for VoIP news and trends that could save you moneyStaying abreast of VoIP news and trends could save you money and provide you with better VoIP services. As technology continues to evolve, business VoIP providers are working on innovations to offer higher quality VoIP services at the same affordable prices.
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a service that allows users to make and receive calls via a high-speed Internet connection rather than a traditional phone line. Today, this service has expanded as more VoIP service providers are relying on traditional phone service carriers to provide services over cellular circuits called public switched telephone networks (PSTN). Check out the following recent VoIP news and trends that could affect your company’s internet telephony service.
1. VoIP phone service providers are teaming up with traditional phone service providers.
2. New technology trends ease transition to an Internet telephony service provider.
3. VoIP phone providers offer more convenient, user-friendly services.
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Try VoIP service risk freeIn recognition of many small business owners' reluctance to switch over to VoIP phone service, many VoIP service providers have created technology allowing business owners to try out VoIP service before making the full jump. For example, RingCentral and Junction Networks both offer service through regular phone lines, which allow business owners to test the service without the risk.
Get affordable VoIP without sacrificing serviceIt often takes a while for new service providers to iron out all of the kinks and VoIP service is no different. Several VoIP providers have implemented procedures to make signing up, downloading VoIP software, transferring contacts and adding services much more user-friendly. For example, Vonage allows users to sign up, transfer contacts, add service features and much more from a secure online site.
- While VoIP providers can now offer enhanced voice quality and affordable phone service, security is still a primary issue that concerns many VoIP users. Before making the switch to VoIP for business services, be sure to ask your Internet telephony provider about security controls in place to protect your confidential business discussions.
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