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VOIP have helped customers save up to 80% on their phone bills by moving to one of the Business VoIP solutions at voip-solutions.org

voip-solutions.org has partnerships with most of the major Business VoIP service providers in the industry. This lets us provide you prompt and FREE quotes for all of your Business VoIP phone service needs. Basically request a FREE business VoIP quote using the above short form and they will tailor VoIP service quotes based on your location and needs.
Now let us highlight why Business VoIP has become so popular, in particular the Tiny Office/Home Office (SOHO) and Tiny to Medium sized Business (SMB) segment. They will show you the VoIP business case below and highlight some typical VoIP method configurations you will notice for each of the business segments.

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VoIP Business Case Study
Historicallyin the past, businesses have used the Public Switched Phone Network (PSTN) for their business phone needs which is fundamentally a circuit switched network. With this technique a phone call fundamentally takes control of the phone line for the whole period of the call. This is not a very efficient or cost effective way to make calls. In addition the PSTN is a heavily regulated network so taxes are charged on every phone call.
The migration to VoIP business phone solutions has been speedy over the last few years. There's numerous advantages to VoIP know-how over the traditional circuit switched technique. For example:

•No circuit switched Private Branch eXchange (PBX) is necessary. This is a large & very pricey piece of equipment used by larger companies to connect their internal phone lines to the PSTN. The capital expenditure & operating costs necessary for a PBX can be substantial. With business VoIP all that is necessary is Broadband Web Access as well as a router to route each packet based call to the world wide web. The business VoIP service provider is then responsible for bridging the calls from the world wide web to their location, whether that be to another VoIP phone user or the PSTN. This is often known as a hosted VoIP, hosted PBX, virtual PBX or IP PBX solution. All of the know-how for handling your calls resides at the business VoIP service provider. You can access & modify your VoIP features (e.g. adding numbers, forwarding calls etc) basically by accessing a secure web-site run by your business VoIP service provider.

•Business VoIP is a digital packet based technique. Therefore numerous Web phone calls can be made simultaneously & can be sent over the same Local Area Network (LAN) that is used for your computer information needs. This is a very cost effective way to make phone calls.

•The voice packets travel over the world wide web in lieu of the PSTN. The world wide web is not heavily regulated like the PSTN so calls are so cheap to make that plenty of business designs basically charge a every month fee & that covers all of your calls irrespective of their location.

•Many larger businesses have multiple locations some of which may be in the next state, others could be on the other side of the world. Usually these locations are connected to a company wide information network (Wide Area Network for example). With a Business VoIP technique, extension dialing is such that the location is irrelevant. An worker in Seattle can call a colleague in London through a simple 4 digit extension & at no cost. This is because the call is sent over the company's network on the world wide web than through traditional long distance calling. This feature alone can be very beautiful to businesses wishing to save money on their phone bills.

•With Business VoIP comes a large array of features. Get online fax, regular fax & voice mail by e-mail or with a web browser. Conference calling. Caller ID. Call forwarding. Going away on business - take your IP phone or Analog Phone Adapter (ATA) with you & your number goes with you or configure your phone to call-forward. Plenty of more features thrown in as standard.

•All phone & information administration can be handled by one Information Services (IS) department. This can save a business a substantial amount of money.

•Business VoIP dramatically simplifies portability & installation. Assuming your IP phone or ATA is configured for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), you can move your phone anywhere & still keep the same phone number since it will get an IP address dynamically. This is like moving your laptop computer & still being able to log in to your network. It is estimated that it can cost hundreds of dollars to move a phone in a regular circuit switched network due to labor costs & the cost of reconfiguring the PBX. These costs are not incurred in a Business VoIP technique since the IP network does not care about your location.