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- Five Things To Consider Before You Switch Your Office To VoIP
(1) Make an assessment of your staff’s communication requirements, this means determining the number of employees that are tied to the desk and would benefit from mobile fixed line access. Your employees would have more freedom to do their job if they had the ability to work from home or roam.
(2) Examine your yearly telephone bill: You should evaluate the annual cost of your telecommunications service, in particular the number of international and mobile calls that have been made. Switching to a VoIP solution can shave as much as 50% of standard tariffs. Auditing your annual cost can be done both quickly and easily, potentially saving you a substantial amount of money.
- How To Ensure Your Telephone Runs During An Emergency
An ever larger number of UK citizens are cutting the copper, i.e. losing their traditional landline and relying instead on mobile phones and internet based telephony services such as Vonage VoIP.
What most people don’t know is these telephone systems can stop working when they are needed most, in the case of emergencies which cause power blackouts.
- Did Video Kill The Radio Star? Not Quite It Didn’t
Recently there has been intense debate over whether the revenue that incumbent telecoms operators generate from their bread and butter voice services is in terminal decline as innovative VoIP services such as Vonage VoIP have emerged competing head on with the incumbents. Many have been saying for years that the golden days of the telco are over.