Voice over Internet Protocol
Voice over internet Protocol (VoIP) has gained popularity. Much of the interest in VoIP has stemmed from businesses who are tired of seeing their phone bills increase without any improvement in phone service. As bandwidth has increased, with businesses moving away from traditional telephone connections, VoIP has become a viable alternative to landline telephone service.
VoIP service allows you to integrate your phone, and computers on your Network for a Unified Communications solution. Your cell phone can also be an extension to your office without using your package minutes from your wireless provider.
Requirements for VoIP Use
- VoIP requires a reliable, high-speed Internet connection. Businesses can use VoIP with a T-1cable or fiber optic connection. Most business users of VoIP cable bonded T-1’s or a fiber service. These systems have plenty of speed and bandwidth to transmit voice calls. Your Internet connection should be extremely stable.
- You must also have a battery back up for both your phone system and Internet connection to minimize any downtime or interruptions
VoIP service allows the small business to have the same features that a larger corporation for phone systems that cost $1000 of dollars.
Hosted VoIP features
Auto Attendant Ring Groups
Music on Hold Dashboard
Conference Bridge Cell phone APP
Voice Mail to e-mail Call waiting
3 way call Caller ID
Call Transfer Remote user
Call recording Internet Fax
Unlimited Long Distance Discounted International Calling
Video Conferencing Soft Phone
**The above are only a few features of a Hosted phone system
Eagle Communications works with multiple service providers and Hardware manufacturers so we can get you the solution that fits your business. Contact us today for more information on what VoIP service can help your business. 615 278 9896 or email@example.com.