After making the decision to implement a hosted Voice Over IP (VoIP) system for your business, and completing the basic research needed to understand different service provider options, it is time to strategize for upcoming negotiations. How you can get the best bang for your buck, while ensuring you get the best quality of service needed to keep voice operations in your organization running top-notch?
As with any product or service, you usually get what you pay for. However, there is always room for negotiation, and VoIP service providers today are motivated to make sales. Here are some tips for striking that balance between getting the best deal possible, while ensuring you get the quality and support your business deserves:
And finally, remember not to negotiate your final selected service provider into too much pain. Be reasonable. Know that paying fairly for a service usually means you will get the support you need, when you need it.
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