VoIP Considerations - With all the new technology being rolled out, now is a great time to make the switch from your old fashioned traditional phone system to a VoIP solution.
Considering VoIP ?
The first step is deciding how many users will be using the system. This will determine how many lines you’ll need, and if your internet connection can support your expected call volume. Making sure that your internet connection is fast enough is vital in the smooth running of your VoIP system. This will save you from the hassle and frustration of poor quality calls that will result from a poor internet connection.
VoIP offers many different features, such as unique numbers for each employee, an autocall router, conference calls and many other features. You need to figure out which features will be most useful for your business.
After you’ve settled on your features, it’s time to order your hardware. Most VoIP services can be used without special VoIP phones. Converting your analogue phone can be as simple as plugging in an adapter. Or you can use your computer, tablet, or mobile phone.
If you want to use all the VoIP features, you may need to purchase a VoIP phone. There is a wide range of phones available on the market to suit all needs and budgets.