What is VoIP and How Can it Work for Small Business?
Do you need enterprise-level business phone capabilities on a small budget? Taking advantage of VoIP systems for small businesses helps you level up your services.
What is voice over internet protocol?
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology routes calls over the internet instead of using a traditional phone line. A VoIP telephone converts voice information into Internet Protocol packets. This digital data is sent via your business local-area network (LAN) to your internet service provider (ISP) connection. With cloud-based phone services, you don’t need specialized hardware or wiring. Voice over Internet Protocol gives you the freedom to set up and scale your business from any location.
What is hosted VoIP?
The benefits of VoIP for small companies
Key VoIP features
Increased portability from VoIP
VoIP systems continue to improve
Is VoIP less expensive than a normal business line?
Whether you start small using your current devices or equip an entire contact center, VoIP is priced for small business use. Voice over IP services cost significantly less than standard landlines and come with more features. Startup and installation costs are very low, local and national calls are less expensive, and global calling packages can also help you save big.
VoIP allows small businesses to make data-driven decisions
What can VoIP do for your business?
Learn about our cloud-based business VoIP phone system, IP Centrex. Get reliable, business-grade voice service to help you manage your business's call volume effectively and efficiently.
Learn all about the small business phone features that are included with any Cox Business VoIP plan.
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