Business VoIP

Updated: March 02, 2011

Simply put Business VoIP delivers more features, flexibility and value for a business phone system than any other type of business phone system. The catch to this claim is that you can enjoy the benefits of Business VoIP only if your business is located in areas with an excellent internet service provider who can deliver your business a high bandwidth internet connection.

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Without high bandwidth, business VoIP may be marred by spotty phone coverage and dropped calls. In the good internet coverage areas Business VoIP delivers small and medium businesses excellent value for the money. In additional to enjoying “big company” phone system features at a comparatively low price, business VoIP users are not required to maintain an IT staff to manage the phone systems and can manage their Business VoIP systems via an internet interface.

Our business phone system experts have compared leading phone systems, and have created a business decision ready chart which you can download for free via the form on this page. We highly recommend this chart as a starting point in understanding your options when it comes to evaluating the various Business VoIP brands available in the market today.

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