I have just implemented a VoIP solution for my business and now that I know how easy it is I am wondering when everyone else will catch on.
Sure I could be missing something and you can point it out but for me this is how I see it.
ISP Cost £15.00pcm Phone Line Rental £12.00pcm + call rate A phone £40.00
For my VoIP Service I still need my broadband connection so it is;
ISP cost £15.00 No Line Rental. Call rate from £0.00 to 1.5p per min including international calls. Phone £80.00 (or £20.00 - £1000.00 take your pick).
I am better of by at least £144.00 per year before I account for free VoIP to VoIP calls.
If (haha, the if bit) my friends and family took out a VoIP package we could have no costs after the setup.
Take a look at these extras that are included free and then come up with a good excuse not to switch...
FREE Software Telephone FREE Incoming PSTN Number FREE Unlimited Internet Calls FREE Unlimited Video Calls Low Cost International Calls Low Cost Mobile Phone Calls Editable Caller ID FREE Call Waiting FREE Caller ID Call Divert FREE Call Hold FREE Music On Hold Call Transfer FREE Music On Transfer FREE 3 Way Calls Call Me Back Web Button (my favourite) FREE Voice Mail FREE Voice Mail Email Alerts FREE 1471 Last Number To Call Web Calls WiFi Calls Multiple Lines Call Conferencing FREE Access Call Back Service SMS Text Messaging SMS Call Back SMS Alerts FREE Fax To Email Real time Online Control Panel Online Address Book Inbound Call Records Outbound Call Records Auto Top Up
So why is it all so slow? Am I just early or have I missed the danger signs...? Hanx! K.
click here click here ..and many private phone companies offer similar or cheaper prices than VOIP...and better quality. If I did not have to have a phone for t'internet, VOIP would be useful but I have to have the phone line, so....
I use click here and the quality is excellent, I use my ordinary cordless phone after dialing on the computer, I credit €10 for 120 days credit and I get one hour each call for 5 euro cents, cannot be beaten in my opinion.