VoIP Guides

Three Things You Should Know About VoIP

How Start-Ups Can Benefit From VoIP 

Start-up’s and small businesses have to go the extra distance to gain an edge of more established or bigger rivals. Whilst it is possible to gain that edge through strategic planning and intelligent use of resources, one sure fire way to leverage success is through the use of an online phone number. All offices need to have a phone system in order to maintain communication between employees and clients. 

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Ofcom Says Super Fast Broadband Should Be A Priority

Another Short Guide To VoIP 

VoIP as we have described countless times is a way to make phone calls using the internet rather than using a traditional landline or even mobile phone network. The technology works by converting voice into digital signals and then using the internet to transmit that data. There are plenty of benefits that come with using VoIP, chief among them is that it is far cheaper than traditional telephony and in fact some calls actually cost zero. VoIP does a lot more than simply allowing companies to save money and here is a short guide. 

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Integrating VoIP And CRM 

The most visionary companies tend to adopt the most advanced technologies as they seek to find better ways to strengthen commercial relationships and improve their business processes in order to deliver growth. Today communication is so much more than traditional telephony, because it facilitates innovation, efficiency, flexibility and integration. Technology such as VoIP integrated with CRM solutions is the best way to take care of the task of communicating with customers and managing relationships. 

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Pay As You Go Is The Best Way To Manage Your Business

The Pros & Cons Of VoIP 

VoIP has completely changed communications; many people and companies are making the move to VoIP because the services are easy to use and provide seamless connectivity. They also have a large number of features to access. But before you decide to make the same move yourself you should make sure you have learned about the pros and cons of the service. If you haven’t already done so, here is an evaluation. 

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VoIP Makes It Possible For New Law Governing Right To Flexible Working

Why Everyone Needs To Move To VoIP Immediately 

As technology continues to improve every day it becomes easier to communicate. We no longer have to mail letters to people living overseas and with the advent of VoIP, we now have a communications system that is perfect for small companies that wish to thrive no matter what industry they happen to be in. VoIP has plenty of advantages and is a very interesting technology that provides efficiency and reliability. 

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Questions You Should Ask Before Choosing A VoIP Provider

Vonage Is The Easy Option For Small Businesses 

Landlines going the way of the dinosaur is inevitable and more individuals prefer to use their mobile devices for making calls. Companies however continue to depend on traditional landlines but that too is also changing as a result of increasing adoption of VoIP technology from companies such as Vonage which is one of the most popular and trusted names in the business. As we have said plenty of times now, VoIP simply uses the internet to make and receive calls. 

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Cloud Computing Is A Good Choice For SME’s

How To Port A Phone Number To A New Carrier

Some companies wish to switch telecoms providers but want to retain their number. This is possible through a process known as number portability which is a mechanism and set of procedures that allow companies or individuals to switch networks in any Licensed Service Area (LSA) whilst retaining their number. Number portability is important because it gives customers the choice to select their service provider and that freedom produces competition, resulting in lower tariffs and improved Quality of Service QoS.

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A Brief History Of VoIP

How To Choose The Best Softphone

Softphones need to be well designed and have plenty of features to be effective and useful. Most important is the user interface (UI) where all the functionality must be displayed, smoothly integrating voice operation and workflow. Most softphones tend to look a lot like traditional telephones complete with display panel and button for user control, quite a lot like standard phone interfaces. Aside from the UI there are plenty of other things to consider when selecting the right softphone so here is a guide to making an informed decision.

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VoIP Is Great For Both Businesses And Consumers

The Three Types Of VoIP Solutions

The ability to communicate is critical for all companies, but the technology is part of a much larger unified communications framework that allows users to interact with one another through voice, video, instant messaging and file sharing. These days VoIP platforms offer all of this functionality through a single system. VoIP essentially converts voice into data and transmits it over networks using internet protocol. However, the mixing of voice and data creates both advantages and disadvantages.

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Five Reasons Why Remote Working Is Taking Over

VoIP Vs Traditional Landlines

VoIP has transformed the way companies interact with customers by delivering cheap scalable solutions for companies seeking growth. There are a number of differences between VoIP and business landline services including costs. If you are thinking about adopting VoIP you will need to figure out which will work for you. This post should serve as […]

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