If someone owns a business that has two or more separate vendors supplying their telephone needs and their Internet service, it’s time for them to explore a cost-effective measure for consolidating both services and having telephone service come directly through their High Speed Internet connection (http://www.business-high-speed-internet.solveforce.com) with the help of SolveForce.
Voice over Internet Protocol, or Business VoIP (http://www.voip.businessinternetprovidersisp.com), uses a high-speed Internet connection to make and receive phone calls with crisp, reliable reception that’s important to all business transactions and conversations.
Business VoIP Features:
• Flexible local & long distance calling plans
• Connect multiple office locations and remote workers on one phone system
• Significant cost savings on phone bills and phone systems
• Crystal clear voice quality with business critical reliability
• LAN implementation and tech support
• Internet Explorer & Outlook Integration with click-to-call options
• Simple setup and Installation
• Web based phone portal
• PBX calling features such as hunt groups and auto attendants
• Unified Messaging Service
Top Metropolitan City Business VoIP Service Areas:
For VoIP coverage areas please visit: http://www.voip-business-service.com.
“You can now get VoIP phone lines that perform just as well as any landline service with a traditional telephone company,” says SolveForce President
Voice over IP technology has greatly improved in recent years providing many benefits to its users, including reduced rates, improved employee productivity and easy scalability for future growth as well as excellent quality, efficient bandwidth usage, worldwide coverage and low maintenance costs.
Plus, Business VoIP is designed strictly with businesses in mind, so most services come with a hosted PBX (http://www.hosted-pbx.solveforce.com), which is managed by a VoIP service provider at its data center. Another option is a virtual PBX hosted by cloud technology over the Internet. Both options are very affordable and provide comparable or better service than a traditional public branch exchange, which may require an minimum investment for a business, excluding such needs as maintenance, installation, storage, etc.
The service also allows for SIP trunking (http://www.voipsip.org) that allows a business to communicate with fixed and mobile telephone subscribers worldwide, combining data, voice and video in a single line. By eliminating the need for separate equipment for each mode, businesses can reduced overall costs and increase reliability on multimedia services.
With Business VoIP (http://www.voip.internetserviceprovidersisp.com), many advanced features come standard with the service at no additional cost. They include desk-to-desk calling between geographically separated offices, conference calling by video or phone, automated attendants that react to voice or keypad and include a company directory, and voice mail to email that compresses an audio message to a file that can be emailed.
SolveForce markets VoIP and telecom solutions to the following statewide geographical areas:
For more information log on to SolveForce.com or call 888-765-8301.
SolveForce is a leading telecommunications agency that works with more than three dozen telecom carriers to provide customized solutions for business communications needs. The Business VoIP service is just one of many offerings on the SolveForce menu, including Gigabit Ethernet, T1 lines (http://www.t1linenetwork.com) and other technologies that can vastly improve a company’s ability to process and transmit large amounts of data by phone or computer. Among the leading providers it teams with to provide these solutions are AT&T, ACC Business,
For more information please call toll free (888) 765-8301 or visit: http://www.solveforce.com.
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