What Is VoIP

VoIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocol, also known as Voice over IP. It is also sometimes referred to as a Hosted or Cloud-Based phone system. Simply stated, it is voice communication over the internet, as opposed to the old-fashioned method of premise-based telephone systems.
The deregulation of the telecommunications monopolies in the early 1980s led to massive growth and innovation in the industry. This led to the invention of the VoIP phone system, which has grown massively alongside the advancement of computers and the internet. Now, with internet quality and speed skyrocketing, more businesses than ever are making the switch to VoIP, and the premise-based phone system is at the end of its market lifecycle.

Why switch to VoIP?

In short: quality, price, and service.

As technology evolves, premise-based telephone systems are revealing their limitations. Businesses who switch to a VoIP phone system typically do so for collaboration, remote working, mobility, flexibility, and scalability. More people than ever before are working remotely for at least part of the workweek. VoIP phones allow for these employees to work exactly as they would if they were sitting at their desk in the office. It is also much easier, faster, and cheaper to scale up or down as needed.

VoIP phone systems also come with:

  • 24/7 support
  • Enterprise-grade functionality and features
  • IT admin efficiency
  • Business continuit

Due to the features and affordability of VoIP phone systems, millions of businesses in the US have already migrated over. Contact NWCC today for your free, no-obligation consultation and learn about making the switch to a better, faster, cheaper phone system

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