Replacing your conventional fixed-line phone service with VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) can potentially be a big money saver for your business.
What's more, some VoIP services offer advanced functions that can help you and staff become more productive. They can also give your small business the appearance of being bigger than it really is, with features that divert calls at specific times to specific people, make conference calls, perform some receptionist’s duties, and more.
But what’s involved in moving to a VoIP service? Which VoIP plan should you choose? What features do they offer? Should you switch to using IP phones? And should you consider advanced services such as a 1300 number and tools such as conference phones?
Our complete guide to VoIP will help you make the right decisions for your business.