Have you ever been in the middle of an important business call when service dropped at the most inconvenient time?
With a VoIP phone system, you can bring your conferencing into the next century rather than relying on an analog line or mobile phone signal.
What exactly is VoIP, and how will upgrading to a phone system change your business? Here are the details!
The Lowdown on VoIP Phone Systems
What is a VoIP Phone System?
VoIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocol. Essentially, this technology enables the user to make voice calls with a broadband internet connection rather than a regular analog phone line.
This means you can make local, mobile, long distance, and even international phone calls all over the internet. You can use your computer, a designated VoIP phone, or a traditional phone that you connect to a VoIP adapter — VoIP phone systems offer flexibility to your business.
Basically, your VoIP phone system changes your voice into a signal that can be transmitted over the internet. If the number you are dialing belongs to a regular phone line, the signal will be converted to a traditional phone signal. If it is another VoIP phone, you will both be speaking over the internet.
What Equipment Does a VoIP Phone System Use?
In order to use a VoIP phone system, your business will need the following:
- Broadband internet: this can be connected through a cable modem or as high speed internet, like DSL or a local area network.
- A computer, VoIP adapter, or special VoIP phone: depending on the type of VoIP phone system you choose, you may be able to use your computer to complete calls, or you may need a special VoIP adapter or phone.
- If you are using your computer to make VoIP calls: you will need VoIP software and a microphone
Get a VoIP Phone System Today
CCS Midwest can provide all the equipment you need to switch your business over to a VoIP phone system. What`s more, we can also provide installation, integration, and training services to make your transition seamless.
To learn more about getting a VoIP Phone System from CCS Midwest, call (402) 913-3700 today!