July 18, 2016 / GuidesFor Team
A government study in 2014 has said that 60 percent of Americans have cut off their landlines and replaced it with mobiles, VoIP’s, or a mixture of the two. These Americans did it either for their homes or businesses. It is a finding that has left many asking, “Are there still reasons to keep the landline? Will it not go the way of the snail mail or the fax machine?”
Think of it this way: the one function that a landline provides its user is communication. To be more specific, a two-way communication between two people. Hook it to a computer, and you can have a voice conference. And that about sums it up.
In comparison, VoIP has at least five functions that can give your business a productive boost, and they go way beyond the simple two-way communication that the landline provides. This article makes a good case for implementing a VoIP simply based on those five important functions. More important, VoIP also reduces your telecommunication costs, giving you a bargain – you get five excellent services at very affordable rates. Read on for more. – Cora Llamas.
The internet hasn’t quite made traditional telephony obsolete, but it has made it cheaper and easier to manage. In the past, many small businesses …
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