Phone lines are changing. Soon you will only be able to buy VoIP phone lines. But what is VoIP and what are the benefits?
VoIP means Voice Over Internet Protocol. In short, it is a virtual telephone line over the internet. VoIP allows you to make calls over the internet rather than using a traditional landline network. Whether you are a homeowner or a business owner, there are many reasons why you should start using VoIP.
One of the main reasons why you should use a VoIP phone setup is the cost. It is a much cheaper way to run telephone lines. You can actually reduce your phone bills by up to 60% and save up to 90% on international calls by switching to VoIP.
More information on how it can save you money can be found here.
VoIP gives you loads more added features than your standard telephone landline network. These include:
Hold with music – Put people on hold with the added benefit of music playing as they wait. A great way to add a more professional approach to your business when keeping your clients waiting.
Transfer calls – Easily transfer calls from one person to another on any network.
Voicemail to email – Send voicemails straight to your email. This helps make those busy days less stressful, keeping your voicemails organised.
Three-person phone calls – Add a third person into a phone call with VoIP. Ideal for business calls between multiple employees and clients.
You’ll be able to add and remove users from your network as and when needed, meaning things like large scale conference calls are far easier to set up. If you are a growing business this also means you don’t need to worry about adding more and more people to your phone lines on a regular basis.
In some areas you aren’t able to purchase traditional phone lines anymore, meaning you will have to use VoIP instead. This is starting to happen more often across the UK, so be sure to find out if this is something you need to consider.
Learn more about VoIP and all the other benefits here.
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