Pop VoIP Now Extends to Small Business

By Sheila Shanker
Updated: July 05, 2011

If you’re a small business owner looking for a VoIP system, you’re in luck—Pop VoIP, a major provider of “voice over Internet protocol,” has announced its hosted phone system programs at affordable monthly rates. This system uses the Internet to provide phone and other communication solutions to small businesses, including customizable extensions and voice-to-email service, features that many small business owners are sure to appreciate.

Pop VoIP caters to small businesses only, becoming specialized in this sector. It doesn’t market its products to residences or larger firms. As it comments in its website,

Working solely with small businesses means we know exactly what you need. Like products and service that are more reliable, easier to use and designed to keep you happy—day in and day out.

The Pop VoIP system offers toll-free numbers , such as 800, 888, 866 and 877, giving small businesses credibility and access to customers nationwide. This system also allows for vanity toll-free numbers, which are customized to help firms brand themselves easily.

A major advantage of the Pop VoIP is that it’s easy to install with no long-term maintenance or large costs because the hosted phone service is kept externally at Pop VoIP quarters.

Ajax Union, an online marketing provider, has implemented this system with great success with its communication requirements nationwide.

You can contact Pop VoIP through its website http://www.popvoip.com/

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