Is Wholesale VoIP Right for my Business?

By Jim Vassallo
Updated: February 09, 2011

Owning a small business is all about saving money, reducing overhead, and putting more money in the pocket of the company’s owner. One way to achieve this goal is to purchase wholesale VoIP services and wholesale VoIP equipment. Small business owners can find wholesale VoIP services from their regular internet service providers (ISP) simply by asking for the reduced prices.

Internet service providers offer their customers the chance to purchase wholesale VoIP services at a nominal fee for both national and international calling. Some of the services offered under wholesale VoIP systems include PC2phone, device2Phone, calling cards, DID callback solutions and many other features.

Can Wholesale VoIP be Trusted?

As with thousands of other reduced price products found on the internet and in stores across the country today, VoIP services and equipment can also be purchased at reduced prices without worry that they will work properly. Just because a service or piece of equipment is being sold or offered at a reduced price it does not mean that these items are of lesser quality. In fact, most of these items are of the same quality or even of higher quality than the items offered at full price.

Wholesale VoIP can be trusted to work 24 hours per day, seven days per week, 365 days out of the year minus any power or internet outages that can occur at any given time. Wholesale VoIP services can be used for almost every business feature you use in your office right now. This includes email, fax, landline phone, business cell phone, personal cell phone, web video conferencing and much more.

Wholesale VoIP services are perfect for the small business owner who wants to use the features of VoIP in their office but cannot afford the full price of VoIP because of a small budget. Wholesale VoIP services can help a small business afford the amenities of a major corporation that help to impress current and prospective clients when calling the company.

Check with ISP

The best way to find out if you can purchase wholesale VoIP services is by checking with your internet service provider. Contact their sales department and ask if they offer discounted VoIP services for small businesses. If the answer is yes, be sure to ask if they also sell wholesale VoIP equipment to go along with the discounted services. If your current ISP does not offer wholesale VoIP you could always wait until your current contract expires and then switch to a company that offers VoIP at a discounted price.
 

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