When selecting a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) provider, many consumers think it is important to look towards a company that has its own network or interconnects.
This is not necessarily the case, says
Looking into other network providers
"But even one billion would still have too much of a negative impact on our country's economy, its infrastructure and on society as a whole," Barker says. "Even one hour of downtime on your business's telecoms means potential revenue lost; and few of us can afford that."
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Reliable VoIP company
He says the solution can be found in a versatile VoIP provider such as Centracom. "It is a VoIP company with a unique value proposition, because although it does not own a network or interconnects, it does have agreements with other VoIP providers such as Vox,
Barker notes that the benefit of this is twofold. "Not only does it allow Centracom to have flexible rate options, enabling it to offer its clients various package deals; but crucially, it also means that when
In conclusion, Barker says that VoIP as a whole is just generally a more flexible telecoms option, since it can be delivered via fixed line or wirelessly. "It gives you so much more mobility and general freedom over your telecommunications. And in the event that the weather knocks out the lines or they get stolen, a VoIP provider such as Centracom that provides both fixed and wireless options is a reliable alternative to keep your business connected."
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