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If you’re considering installing a VoIP telephone system at your company, but you don’t know how to start the process, then this article can help. It’s a complete guide to business VoIP, and includes a solid explanation of VoIP technology and a list of critical features that a VoIP telephone system will typically include. This guide also looks at the two types of VoIP technology for business, hosted VoIP and on-premise VoIP, and includes a helpful comparison of costs for the two. With information from this guide, you should be able to make a solid decision about which VoIP telephone system you will put in place at your business.
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