Poor call quality is not only frustrating but also detrimental to your business operations. So when deploying your Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) service, take a proactive approach and learn about possible call quality issues you might experience.
Many people assume that a landline from established local telco is what their office needs, but the truth is there are much better options. VoIP (Voice over IP) lets you make calls over the internet and enjoy convenience, simple set-up, and all the features of a traditional phone system, for less money.
VoIP telephone systems are going mainstream, largely because of the lower costs when compared to traditional landlines. But a budget-friendly phone system wouldn’t be worth the savings if it didn’t also promise easy set-up, advanced features, and reliability.