VoIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocol. Simply put, this means you make and receive calls over the internet. VoIP provides everything a traditional phone system does, and performs almost identically to a conventional landline, with one key difference: it’s hosted in the cloud.
As the phone calls are placed over the internet, it’s important to have a high-speed internet connection to ensure that the best service is delivered.
Want to know 5 advantages of VoIP for business? Read our blog post covering this topic here.
Standard features include voicemail to email, call recording, call queuing and conference calling. These are specifically designed to improve collaboration and efficiency.
Traditional telephone lines are being switched off, and VoIP/Hosted telephony is becoming the new standard. Due to be completed by 2025, now is the time to set up your business with a digital phone line.
For a more in-depth overview about the 2025 switch off, what it means for your business, and whether to make the switch earlier with a possible cost saving, read our ISDN switch off page.
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