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What are the benefits one can get if he chooses VoIP for business?

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    John Newman
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    I am a owner of a small business in Brea, CA and i am willing to go for the VoIP phone for my communication with the clients but i would like to know a bit more in details about the things which i will get if i chooses the VoIP.

    Please share some information about this.

    #71795
    Erika Smith
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    VoIP is the fastest growing industry across the globe. As per a survey, VoIP will have 204.8 billion subscribers worldwide by 2020. The operating cost of using a VoIP telephone is cheaper as compared to traditional phones.

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    James de Vere
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    That’s an astonishing prediction, especially when you realise we are already in 2020 and the population of the world is only 7.5 billion.

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    robbie
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    Benefits of a VoIP phone system

    1.Productivity on the move.

    2. Easily redirect calls.

    3. Providing a professional appearance.

    4. Growing with your business.

    5.Superior service for employees and clients.

    6. Maximizing cost savings.

    7.improves customer experience

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    roger morre
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    According to some survey following mentioned are the benefits of VoIP for small business
    Excellent Call Quality. …
    Multi-Functionality. …
    Secure. …
    Portability. …
    Automated Assistance. …
    Call Recording Service. …
    Increased Productivity. …
    Cost-Effective.

    #75595
    rogharrison
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    Low Cost-Per-Call. As part of the name suggests, a VoIP telephone system utilizes Internet Protocol to make calls. …
    Service Mobility. …
    Versatility of Features. …
    Simple Conference Calls. …
    Efficient Client Interaction. …
    Reliable in a Pinch.

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