Setting up VoIP services for your Ottawa Business is less expensive than you may think!
Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) may seem like a huge increase in cost and complexity for your business, but that is not always the case, in fact, it’s probably the opposite. Here are four key advantages that could contribute to lower bills and more flexibility for your business communications when using VoIP.
VoIP Reduces Long Distance Costs
VoIP significantly cuts down on the costs of domestic and international calls. Your VoIP number, also known as a virtual number, isn’t connected to any physical landline telephone. This dramatically decreases the costs associated with making long-distance calls. Regardless of whether it’s to the person you’re calling or the person calling you, your number will also always appear local. Calls are routed over the internet and then connected to the local phone system.
VoIP Reduces Billing and Infrastructure Costs
Maintaining a separate account with your Telephone service provider and your Internet service provider is now a thing of the past. One bill for all your data and phones can vastly simplify your administration costs. That is just scratching the surface though – more importantly, your organization will no longer have a need to maintain separate (physical) networks for data and phones. A single network cable to every desk eliminates the physical costs of wiring the entire office – with high speed Wi-Fi now a reality – a truly wireless office is now a possibility.
Make free calls with Wi-Fi and VoIP:
A properly set up VoIP system will allow your staff to take their phone extension anywhere in the world by using their smartphone. Significantly reduce the costs of mobile services by using available Wi-Fi connections to make calls through smartphones and the internet.
Affordable VoIP Handsets:
If you have ever looked into the costs of upgrading your old phone system with new phones, or if your existing desk phones are getting old and tired – go ahead and look up the costs for traditional multi-line desktop phones. Desktop phones often cost in the hundreds of dollars – especially when it comes time to add on accessories like headsets. Multiply that by 5, 10 or even 50 new handsets and the costs really start to add up. VoIP phones, on the other hand, can be significantly cheaper and often include features like built-in bluetooth.
Often called “cloud based” telephone systems VoIP phones are an attractive, cost effective network solution for practically any business. With internet access and broadband costs continually dropping over time, your phone system is only going to get less expensive. When was the last time the telephone companies could made that claim!? Lowering costs for your expanding business will allow you to add new features like video calling, recording or sophisticated, self-help answering services while maintaining current costs.
Contact Us and talk with a service rep at NuEdge to discuss your particular application and see the cost comparison for yourself.
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