At Nanotek Consulting Corporation we specialize in a number of professional services such as NanoVoice. Our Business Phone Solution entails operating on a VoIP based system. To understand how well advanced our specialists are you first need to know how phone systems operated in the past and how upgraded the service is now. By taking the time to ensure your clients and customers can access you easily with our VoIP system setup this will in turn add more value to your business and enhance the personal touch and especially your sales. Let’s dive into the comparison between landlines (the past) and VoIP setups (the present and future).
Landline: This is a traditional phone system where you plug the phone into the wall and work with a local phone company. Landlines rely on physical wire connections monitored and run by regional phone companies. This means that opting for a landline will guarantee a reliable connection, but there may be fewer features compared to internet-based phone systems.
The other aspect about landline phones is that the telecommunications industry is slowly moving away from this technology. While landlines provide a strong connection and reliable service, it is not an aspect of the industry that is expanding. VoIP phone systems also generally offer more feature options compared to landlines.
One more thing to note about landline systems is that they often require private branch exchange, or PBX, hardware at your business’s location to provide features like call transferring. This can make landline plans more expensive than internet alternatives, like virtual phone systems or VoIPs.
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP): This technology pairs your phone system with your internet connection. Essentially, VoIP systems connect you with other users via your internet service provider. There are a lot of advantages to using a VoIP system. VoIPs offer a ton of features, from automated voicemail boxes to conference calling. This technology features a multitude of different features that could be beneficial to your business. The system does not require a PBX and instead harnesses the power of the internet to enact a lot of the features that at one time required the expensive hardware. Because of this, VoIP plans can be less expensive than landline options depending on how many users you are looking to add to your system.
This technology has come a long way, rivaling landlines in quality and reliability. It’s cheaper and offers more features, making it the most popular choice for businesses. VoIP systems also work with computers, and some integrate with other programs. Cloud-based systems require no maintenance or hardware. Instead, all the technical services are handled directly by the service provider. This service option is often structures on how many users are needed for the system. Overall, it is often significantly cheaper than premise-based VoIP systems because you won’t have to buy additional hardware.
Virtual phone system: Virtual phone systems can be a great option for businesses with a lot of employees working in many different locations. Virtual systems are not a full-fledged phone system. Instead, it helps provide different features for your business while still operating on your mobile or home phone network.
This can also be a great option for small businesses looking to create a professional image without investing in a VoIP or landline system.
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