Is VoIP a Scalable Solution?

By Robin Wilding
Updated: April 01, 2011

Scalability is a large concern for small-to-medium business that are hoping to expand significantly. VoIP solutions are easy to add extra lines to as they are most often priced per line, but there is a cap where a VoIP solution isn’t feasible anymore. VoIP is only cost effective up to about 120 lines. While there are many companies that scale their VoIP solution to double and quadruple that, it may not be a cost-effective solution beyond 120 nodes.

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