The Cloud Advantage: How does VoIP work? A customer calls your number, just as they would if you had a traditional land line. The call is routed via your VoIP company to the phones of your choosing. Your VoIP provider does all the routing, sending your calls to you via your Internet connections. It's not just a [Read More...]
Why go with VoIP? It's been proven time and again that VoIP will not just save you money, but also streamline your business communications. The proof? In February 2006, Intel conducted a 6-month experiment, studying the efficiencies of using VoIP for a 50-employee corporate site. The study found the following benefits after switching from [Read More...]
Essential Business VoIP Features Need help figuring out which business VoIP features are important? VoIP is big on features, and often times it's difficult to know just what you'll need. So we've broken down the top features we think everyone should [Read More...]
The Best Tools To Get Your Home-Based Business Off The Ground
Jun 5, 2013 - There are myriad challenges in starting a business from your home. Just getting the infrastructure in place to conduct business can seem like a daunting task, much less actually creating a successful operation. Fortunately, the proliferation of cloud services has
Does Wireless Internet Work with VoIP?
May 29, 2013 - Q: I have wireless Internet at home. Would my current Internet work with VoIP? A: Your wireless Internet might work with a VoIP service. Usually VoIP services recommend that you don't use wireless or satellite Internet because these types of
Can I Transfer My Number to VoIP?
May 20, 2013 - Q: I've had my phone number for 20 years, so it's really important for me to keep it. If I change to VoIP services, would I be able to keep my current phone number? A: We know how important it
How Does VoIP Faxing Work?
May 6, 2013 - Q: I have a fax machine that I depend on for work. If I switch to VoIP would I still be able to use my current fax machine? A: Good question! You might be able to continue faxing on your
What Is The Required Internet Speed for VoIP?
Apr 29, 2013 - Q: I have high-speed Internet from Comcast at my home. Will my Internet work well with VoIP? A: Since you have high-speed Internet, VoIP should work well for you because all the the VoIP services work the best on high-speed.
Will I Lose My Home VoIP Service If the Power Goes Out?
Apr 23, 2013 - Q: I'm very interested in getting VoIP, but I live in a somewhat secluded area where the power goes out relatively often. I'm worried that if I sign up for VoIP that I'll lose service every time we have a power outage.
Is VoIP Right For My Business?
Apr 18, 2013 - Q: I'm looking for a phone service for my new business and am unsure about what phone service will be best for me. I have ten employees and need desk phones for eight of them. Would it be cheaper for
Why Aren't All Countries Included in Vonage's Unlimited Calling?
Apr 16, 2013 - Q: I've been thinking about signing up for Vonage World, but I am hesitant because the country that I want to call, Costa Rica, isn't included in the unlimited plan. That means I'd have to pay per minute for each
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