Aside from the fact that landline phone systems won’t work in a few years, there are some compelling reasons for businesses to make the switch to VoIP sooner rather than later.
VoIP is cheaper
VoIP uses an existing internet connection to make calls instead of a dedicated phone network, so you can avoid paying call charges and line rental. It tends to work out a lot cheaper than using landline phones in your office.
VoIP is more reliable
Traditional PSTN and ISDN phone systems experience dropouts, affecting the quality of your business calls. As long as you’ve got a fast and reliable internet connection, VoIP is super reliable with the clearest calls you’ll ever hear.
VoIP is more secure
While calls made via landline can be vulnerable to privacy breaches like wire tapping and radio scanning, reputable VoIP providers offer encrypted calls and secure authentication to prevent hackers (or anybody else) from listening in.
VoIP offers more than just voice calls
As well as offering all the functionality of a landline phone system, VoIP means you can benefit from some extra handy features. From simple call recording and monitoring to contact centre services for big teams, it’s easy to manage and streamline many aspects of your business using VoIP. And that’s just for now – new features and improved user experiences can be added as soon as they’re made available, future-proofing your business without the need for e
VoIP is portable, flexible and scalable
A good VoIP provider makes it easy to take work calls wherever you are, whatever device you’re on. Accessing your business phone number is as easy as opening an app on your smartphone. It’s also simple and affordable to add new users and numbers as your business grows, with none of the costly network upgrades associated with traditional phone systems.