Call Queues Help Drive Business While countless restaurants are struggling through the stay-at-home orders in place across the country, some have found a way thrive. They have transformed their businesses to carry-out service and, the ones that run a smooth curbside pickup operation, are seeing a growth in their sales as compared to last year.
I’m revisiting a topic I’ve covered briefly in another post Comparing VoIP Services because I get asked all the time to explain why seemingly similar services have such different prices. Many of the industry players (some of the biggest hosted VoIP providers) make determining the cost of their service confusing on purpose. It’s like when
There are many advantages to using Voice Over IP protocol for your business phone service. Most providers offer many more features than traditional phone service providers and VoIP can save you significant money. There are many choices available in the market for VoIP service and many phone companies to choose from. Broadly speaking, these providers
Price Comparisons for VoIP Service You probably already know that VoIP phone service can save you money over traditional POTS (Plain Old Telephone Service) lines but be sure to do an apples-to-apples comparison before you choose a service provider. VoIP is Cheaper One of the main reasons VoIP service can save you money is that
POTS vs VoIP systems Still holding off on switching to an Internet-based phone system? You’re not serving your customers (or your business) as well as you could be. Here’s a short list of features that would help you serve your customers better and you can’t get any of these with traditional phone lines. Text messaging
Cut your costs. I’m not going to bury the lead. If you own or run a small business and you’re still using traditional POTS lines, you’re paying too much – often twice what you would pay for VoIP phone service. You could be saving thousands of dollars per year and the call quality is every
Why VoIP? Sorry to get technical with this post but we must do this subject justice. We get asked all the time “Isn’t the sound quality of a VoIP line worse than an analog line?” The short answer is no, it’s actually better. Additionally, an analog phone line is usually referred to as a POTS
Let’s talk about what WebRTC is and why it matters to your business. WebRTC is short for Web Real-Time Communications and it’s already built into modern web browsers including Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge, Safari and others. It brings a plethora of voice, data and video features to your devices without having to go through a