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Day: July 1, 2021

Ayla Gwizdak

5 Advantages of VoIP vs Traditional Phones for Your Business

What is VoIP? Let’s unpack the meaning of “VoIP.” It stands for Voice over Internet Protocol. In basic terms, instead of transmitting through analog phone lines, VoIP technology transforms phone calls into information parcels that are sent via the internet. In other words, this technology uses the internet to make a phone call instead of a phone line that is connected to the wall. What are the key advantages that VoIP offers? First, let’s review how it helps small businesses: 1.     Affordability The number one benefit of a VoIP phone system is its lower cost.  By using VoIP, you will probably see significant savings because VoIP systems do not require individual phone lines. As a result, there will be no more expensive phone bills where you have to pay separate fees for each line, and VoIP already includes many popular features like voicemail, auto-attendants, and call forwarding. Unfortunately, these features add up and end up costing much more than using an internet-based system. 2.     Audio Quality VoIP phone systems allow users to make or receive calls wherever an Internet connection exists.  Using a traditional analog phone system requires a physical phone line that is located in

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