Before we explain how to set up a VOIP system for your business office or WFH office, let’s consider the following decision factor: Do you have a good internet connection? Optimal internet specifications (bandwidth, speed, etc.) will ensure that your phone system makes a seamless transition to a VoIP provider.
In addition, a VoIP PBX is easier to set up and operate than a conventional PBX. By leveraging the SIP capabilities, you can even keep the PBX setup and add the VoIP on top. This allows you to use all the analog phones you are currently using, saving you the cost of a new VoIP phone. The fact that you can use a VoIP telephone service without additional hardware is a huge bonus.
Another advantage of using a VoIP service is that you can share a phone number with all your teammates. For example, if a field worker is working and a call comes from your main phone number, it is a good idea to share this business number.
A VoIP system can give you access to international area codes, support countless languages, and enable a global workforce. Having a virtual phone number with international area codes makes it easier for new markets to find and communicate with your business.
VoIP to the hospitality industry
Why is a Hotel Phone System Important
Hotel phone system improves hotel service experience