Why VoIP? Why Now? The Immediate and Long-term Benefits of a New Phone System

With consumer broadband and wireless internet offerings increasing in bandwidth, quality VoIP (Voice over IP) service is becoming more common and can be a cost-effective alternative to traditional voice telephony. Benefits such as better sound quality even over long distances are also driving a greater interest in VoIP. But changing to a new technology has its challenges, and ultimately, the choice of whether or not to use a VoIP solution is a business decision. This white paper addresses issues to consider when contemplating implementing a VoIP solution.
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