V1 VoIP Never Hear a Busy Signal Again

Did you know that a busy signal is actually a call to action for a caller to hang up? Yep, and not only will they hang up but more than a quarter will not call back. If you are a business, can you afford to EVER have a customer, client, or sales agent ever hear a busy signal when they call you?

When it comes to businesses of all kinds, a busy signal is the worst experience you want your customers to have. But when your business talks to a V1 VoIP reseller, they will never have to hear a busy signal again. It’s a smart strategy to have in place so that during critical times, you don’t fail your customers.

A traditional plain old telephone system (POTS) line is a channel that could only host one call between two phones, with a busy signal happening if the line was already in use. It didn’t matter if the person calling in, out, or even dialing, it would be considered busy or ‘in use’.

V1 VoIP is powered by broadband internet and has no restrictions placed on the number of simultaneous calls that can be placed. When V1 VoIP services are applied to business phones, the capacity for simultaneous calls are much higher than with landline phones. A “line” on a VoIP phone line can handle multiple calls simultaneously.

These additional call slots are helpful, because they keep your callers from getting shafted due to line limits. They also eliminate the need for busy signals, since your VoIP phone will have the capacity to answer simultaneous calls without experiencing “overloaded” lines. Even better! Employees can have phone numbers forward to their mobile phones, so even during the busiest times, calls can be rerouted.

It’s hard to grow customer base and even more difficult to keep it. The last thing you need is for something so small and preventable as a busy signal to cost you business. With V1 VoIP services you can guarantee to never have customers hear a busy signal again.

On a typical day, your business might not experience the kind of call volume that will lead to busy signals. But there’s always the chance that your phone lines can get clogged, and you will definitely want communication services that can route and handle calls with efficiency and intelligence. Contact V1 VoIP today or sign up now to learn how to get rid of busy signals at your company forever!

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Want to Save Your Business Money Switch to V1 VoIP

The easiest way to save your business money is to make the switch to V1 VoIP services. This simple step will save money both in direct and indirect ways and offer greater professional advantages in this competitive environment. Switching to V1 VoIP services and solutions does not require a huge up front investment, and the money you save will only continue to add up as time goes on.

Immediate Ways V1 VoIP Save a Business Money
With traditional phone services, a company has to invest in business phones and PBX hardware. These one time expenses are generally amortized over a number of years. Instead of huge costs of PBX hardware installations, with V1 VoIP’s hosted solutions, new expenditures essentially amount to zero, because all it requires is a capable internet connection.

V1 VoIP usage fees are also significantly less since most vendors offer unlimited long distance calling within the United States and Canada which account for the bulk of most phone calls. Our hosted VoIP services are flat rate cost per month with all expenses included.

Over Time Ways V1 VoIP Save a Business Money
Want to take your desk strapped employees and create a truly mobile workforce? V1 VoIP enables your employees to take phone calls regardless of their locations. This allows them to work from home, work on the road, or anywhere they can be productive.

Even if a company does not utilize any advanced VoIP features, it will save a company money, but why would you not want to partake of features like conference calling, instant video calling, and simulring. Now staff can collaborate on projects without having to travel, saving on travel expenses, and freeing up valuable employee time.

How much money a company spends and can potentially save can have long-term consequences for the growth and profitability. The difference in costs alone between a traditional phone service and implementing V1 VoIP services are substantial. Don’t wait any longer to make the switch to cost saving V1 VoIP services. Sign up now.

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Are VoIP Calls the Same as Skype Ones?

Can I keep my phone number is the first question without fail, that V1 VoIP reseller customers always ask. But right after that, comes questions about call quality and whether or not it will stay the same once the switch to VoIP is made. If you’ve ever made a Skype call, you can understand why the question of call quality is asked. VoIP and Skype may use similar technologies to make phone calls over the Internet, but the respective voice quality of each solution differs significantly from the other.

Thankfully, with V1 VoIP providing services and solutions to resellers, you do not have to worry. V1 VoIP is designed to far surpass landline telephones and real-time communications apps in terms of voice quality.

Skype requires the same amount of bandwidth as a VoIP call, but the voice quality still differs. Skype implements the respected Opus audio codec, but the Skype network was not built to be undersubscribed bandwidth wise. Even though the “recommended” client side bandwidth for a Skype call is the same as a VoIP call, the call quality will suffer because of Skype’s own bandwidth limitations.

When on Skype and the call quality deteriorates, you are not dealing with a flawed design, but a limited network infrastructure that cannot provide dedicated service to millions of anonymous individuals. This is one of the key issues that V1 VoIP attempts to rectify. The average VoIP call takes the same amount of bandwidth as a Skype call does (100 kpbs) and yet still sounds of higher quality. V1 VoIP creates separate real-time networks and partner with Tier-1 Internet companies to ensure the highest bitrate possible.

In general, Skype and business VoIP are using comparable audio codecs, both of which are capable of wideband voice quality. But Skype’s network holds its voice quality back. And this is not just a voice quality issue, because Skype is more likely than business VoIP to outright drop calls in the case of severe packet loss, whereas business VoIP companies often make eradication of dropped calls a supreme priority.

If you’re fearful that switching to VoIP services will diminish the quality of your calls, fear not! The only thing your co-workers will notice is a crisper and clearer sound.

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V1 VoIP’s PBX 101 Guide

Business phone communication services are vital in establishing a direct communication with clients, but many phone services are expensive to install, maintain and utilize. This is where V1 VoIP PBX services for businesses comes in. PBX phone services utilize the Internet in order to make and receive phone calls. This way, no actual phone line are necessary, reducing the need to pay for and maintain a traditional phone service. When it comes to a PBX phones, there are four basic options, such as the traditional PBX, a hosted/virtual PBX, IP PBX and a hosted/virtual IP PBX. Knowing the difference between these systems and what it is able to offer a business and how the company benefits from the system. But let’s start at the beginning

What is a PBX
PBX stands for Private Branch Exchange. It is a private telephone network inside a business which enables employees to directly call one another, without needing to integrate a traditional phone service line. PBX phone systems share an external number, allowing for outside phone calls, in order to connect with clients and potential customers.

Hosted/Virtual PBX
A hosted PBX system utilizes VoIP to completely avoid using a traditional phone line and instead use an Internet connection to make and receive phone calls. Hosted PBX allows for further savings, regardless of what the size of the company is. A strong Internet connection is vital for hosted PBX, but it cuts operating costs by no longer needing to spend on maintaining copper phone lines.

Premise IP PBX
An IP PBX runs off of a data network and allows the business to transmit both video and audio signals over the data network. The IP PBX service generally comes through provided software. The service is inexpensive and allows a business to integrate unlimited extensions, unlimited voicemail boxes and even utilize cell phone services.

Business is all about improving productivity and increasing the bottom line. Regardless of what is sold and what services are provided, locating different methods for improving sales and cutting costs internally is very important. V1 VoIP can help your customers save on money when you resell our PBX services and solutions. Contact us today to learn more or sign up now .

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