You can compare different business VoIP providers and their plans in regards to plan highlights, pricing and most importantly user reviews.
Using the Business Voip Review comparison table, you will be able to compare and analyze different reputable providers, price, plan features and user ratings among other services for your small business.
You can also use our directory of business VoIP providers to see a wide selection of providers’ plan, or to analyze a plan you already have in mind. Simply add filters to the search options (available on top of the page), and we will generate a list of top-rated business VoIP service providers that meet all your business needs.
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We have a number of resources on business VoIP, which you can browse through.
Below is a list of Business VoIP articles on benefits that VoIP can bring to your business. On how and why VoIP phone service can change your business, you can read the following informative articles:
- VoIP vs. Landline
- Ways to send faxes without using a fax machine
- What kind of internet is required for a VoIP phone
Business VoIP Plans
Difference between Business VoIP and a Traditional Phone Service
Most businesses stick to traditional telephone service (PSTN), since they are already accustomed to it and have are comfortable and trust the system. However, improved Internet connections and VoIP equipment have eliminated challenges faced by VoIP during its initial stages. You should not even think twice when shifting from the old system to VoIP system. A VoIP service functions normally and even better than PSTN for a much lower monthly cost. Most SMEs prefer VoIP services for the following benefits:
- Numerous enterprise features.
- Flexibility for remote staffs.
- It is open to expansion and upgrade.
- Exceptional call quality.
- Enhanced employee performance.
- Lower rates.
When shifting to VoIP service, consider the following aspects:
911 service on business VoIP line is different from PSTN service in that operators cannot track call made on VoIP line. Using the Enhanced 911 (E911) feature, program your physical address to your phone number and update the same whenever you change locations.
If you need to keep your current phone number, ensure that your VoIP plan includes the number porting feature. Most providers include this feature for free.
To save on equipment cost, consider whether your provider offers BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) service or go for a provider who offers free ATA adapters and phones.
Do I have a high-speed and stable Internet Connection? Ensure that you have quality and high-speed Internet connection to enjoy quality calls on VoIP service. A good router is also required to handle a large number of phones to be connected to your VoIP network. You can use our Speed test tool to test your internet connection.
Consider having a reliable power backup (generator or battery) to ensure uninterrupted VoIP services in event of a power blackout.