VoIP Phone Solution

How to evaluate, compare and purchase business VoIP systems

Updated: January 05, 2011

With this guide:

  • Learn about different VoIP technologies
  • Know the features offered by different brands
  • Understand the steps of selecting a VoIP system for your business

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Guide Details

This free guide offers a comprehensive look at VoIP, how it works as well as what advantages it can offer your business. It examines some of the key VoIP features that will likely appeal to your business. The guide then looks at the various types of VoIP telephone systems available, whether hosted VoIP or on-premise VoIP. Using the information you’ve taken from this complete guide, you should be able to determine how you will install VoIP telephone systems at your company.

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