When you become a V1 VoIP reseller, we will show you how to start your own VoIP company reselling VoIP services to others and potentially earn great income with unlimited growth potential. Starting your own VoIP company allows you to resell VoIP services to others entering the broadband voice and data revolution.
First thing’s first, pick a fantastic name for your new company. Got the perfect name chosen? Awesome, now make it real. Go to the IRS website to apply for an Employer Identification Number (EIN). Simply complete and submit the EIN application online and. After a few seconds, the IRS website should return a confirmation screen with the EIN number. Print out the confirmation screen for your records.
Now you will need to apply for a business license with your local license authority in your area and pay the required fee. Wait to receive your business license in the mail, or pay a fee to expedite processing and receive it immediately if the service is available in your area. Open a business checking account in the name of your new VoIP business. You’ll need to provide the bank with your newly acquired EIN number. Make an initial deposit and receive your business checks.
As VoIP is a business that can be done anywhere, you’ll want to have a virtual storefront. Create a professional website that lists the types of VoIP service plans you offer or resell. List prices for the services, and provide visitors with a way to order services online or contact you for further details. Advertise your VoIP business locally and on the Internet.
Next, partner with V1 VoIP as a white label reseller. V1 VoIP will pass our knowledge about VoIP technology on to you allowing you to become your own VoIP company without investing a huge amount of start-up capital. By doing so, we allow you to avoid a long amount of time to recoup your initial investment.
Now start selling! Take orders for and sell your VoIP services. Assist customers in setting up broadband service and contact them occasionally to ensure they are happy with the quality of voice and data connections. Contact V1 VoIP as needed to help customers address any issues or problems they might have and add to your suite of services offered.
Article publié pour la première fois le 22/04/2015