Ten Ways Businesses Save with VoIP

Voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) has emerged as the industry standard for business telecommunication. VoIP integrates voice communications into the existing data network, eliminating the need for separate public switched telephone network (PSTN) hardware and wiring, and resulting in both lower overhead costs and enhanced productivity features. Read this paper to know the 10 ways that businesses can save money with VoIP.

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