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V1 VoIP Offers SIP Based Origination Carrier Services

V1 VoIP offers SIP based origination carrier services to resellers

V1 VoIP offers SIP based origination carrier services which enables providers with local DID numbers and inbound call sessions for their end users. V1 VoIP’s origination carrier services and solutions provide extreme flexibility to service providers. This SIP-based platform gives V1 VoIP’s resellers access to a reliable, nationwide footprint and the ability to receive inbound calls from the PSTN via IP to delivering calls their end users across the country from a single interconnect.

With V1 VoIP, call delivery may be switched to a different location (such as IP PBX) at a moment’s notice. This makes it ideal for business organizations with employees in multiple locations or virtual offices created where the appearance of physical presence within a specific market can be established.

With V1 VoIP’s carrier services, resellers receive the power of state of the art technology combined with simplicity of ease of use. V1 VoIP’s carrier service origination for resellers provides them the following features:

* Competitive domestic outbound pricing
* International calling price packages and full call barring capabilities
* Simple, fully-featured end-user administration web portal and XML API
* Simple pricing structure: concurrent sessions + usage MRCs
* Concurrent user-session limits
* Robust reporting

V1 VoIP resellers receive direct access to provision DIDs and features on our proprietary VoIP Portal platform in real time. This means that with a little API development on the customer’s side, end users can soon be ordering their DID phone numbers, managing the features they wish to use and account on our administration servers without any of the customer service swivel chair common with other providers.

The V1 VoIP origination carrier service network is geo-redundant offering all of our customers, both new and established, access to a world class network. Contact a member of the V1 VoIP origination team today to add our service to your portfolio of products.

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V1 VoIP Explains: What is Quality Of Service

V1 VoIP provides our resellers with the knowledge they need to be successful. Today we are exploring Quality of Service (QoS) and explaining to our resellers why this is important to being a successful reseller.

QoS simply put means that when a customer makes a call, the call goes through without a problem and the clarity is good. QoS relies highly on bandwidth and more accurately how much of it is available for VoIP purposes. Remember, VoIP is voice calls made over the internet, so the internet highway of bandwidth can’t have too much traffic on it, otherwise the call quality will suffer. In networking, quality can mean many things. In VoIP, quality simply means being able to listen and speak in a clear and continuous voice, without unwanted noise.

While increasing the amount of bandwidth is one way to help QoS, it’s not the only option that needs to be taken. Assigning priorities to the data flows to recognize voice traffic as the most important. By changing router transmitted data in a prioritizing way, it should help ensure proper QoS.

Although some equipment provides for complex QoS settings, it’s better to stick to the basics and use only a few prioritization rules. Conversely, a small router might be unable to serve a more complex telephony system. This is why we recommend that you evaluate the needs of your business before purchasing equipment and applying QoS.

The primary goal of quality of service is to provide priority to networks, including dedicated bandwidth, controlled jitter, low latency and improved loss characteristics. Its technologies supply the elemental building blocks that will be used for future business applications in campus, wide area networks and service provider networks.

There are three fundamental components for basic QoS implementation:

Identification and marking techniques for coordinating QoS from end to end between network elements
QoS within a single network element
QoS policy, management, and accounting functions to control and administer end-to-end traffic across a network

If you want to ensure that you are reselling to your customers with the highest QoS available to them, contact V1 VoIP to learn how to achieve great call quality.

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How to Make Money With V1 VoIP 800 Numbers

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Did you know that you can use VoIP phone service for 800 numbers? Not only that, but V1 VoIP resesllers can make money offering their clients 800 toll free phone numbers.

In the case of 800 toll free phone numbers, the owner of the number is the one who usually makes payment for the call. Businesses and organizations use this toll free number to aid in customer communication and for the generation of sales and leads. In certain instances you can make use of your own 800 number to receive a commission per call. In this case, the user will be prompted to use a debit or credit card to obtain the information you provide.

Here are the steps V1 VoIP resellers can take in order to make money with 800 toll free numbers:

1. Prepare valuable information for the customers and record your content, ensuring that it plays through the phone system clearly. Make it appealing for the customer so they will be tempted to call to your 800 number.

2. Select a provider to for your 800 number. Shop around and compare prices and terms of service. Select the pay per call or pay per minute option, based on your business needs, and choose a provider that can handle many calls simultaneously on the same line.

3. Set your business hours of operation for when you will be available to answer the customers’ questions if your business requires this.

4. Compose a welcome message for your customers. Include information about your services, the length of the call and the cost of the call. Communicate to the user that he must be above eighteen years of age to use the service and inform the user when he is going to be charged for the call. Price your services to cover your telephone service costs plus your desired commission per call.

5. Provide callers with various automated menu options to listen to the pre-recorded content.

6. Start marketing your 800 number. Create a website and place print ads to promote your site. Use a web call button on your site for your customers to make calls through the Internet. Use an availability button, if you desire, to let the users know when you are available.

Expect to have an initial setup fee and then be billed monthly for your 800 number. Your commission will be credited every month to your account.

Contact V1 VoIP for more toll free information.

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Small Businesses and V1 VoIP DID Direct Inward Dialing

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V1 VoIP’s Direct Inward Dialing offers small businesses with only a few emmployees cost-savings and convenience. With our state of the art technology, even a one person company can increase productivity, improve the level of communication with customers and between employees, as well as make sure that no business opportunities are lost because of busy phone lines.

What is a DID?
Direct Inward Dialing for the layman is a phone number. It’s the seven digit (in North America) phone number that you give out to friends, family, customers, clients, and other associates. For businesses, DID technology allows for multiple extensions on a customer’s private branch exchange (PBX) to be reached by individual outside numbers. One or more trunk lines are provided for connection to the customer’s PBX for the allocation of calls. The PBX receives calls through the trunks along with the dialed destination number, enabling it to forward the caller to the proper extension within the organization.

Here are a few of the reasons why small businesses love V1 VoIP Direct Inward Dialing:

1. Every employee or department gets their own phone number.
DIDs give provide an opportunity to allocate an individual number to every department or employee of your company, regardless of how many physical phone lines you have. This increases efficiency of communication with clients and partners, as well as between employees.

2. Bye bye operator
Inbound calls are handled automatically, so there is no need for a receptionist to sort them out and forward manually. It reduces the hold time and increases the number of successful connections.

3. Save money
As no physical phone lines have to be added to your existing ones, you can cut costs significantly. Want to find out the affordable rates we offer to our customers? Contact V1 VoIP right now to learn more.

4. Ability to handle a larger call volume
If you expect a larger number of inbound calls, then DID is your first choice. As all calls will be allocated straight to the corresponding extensions, your customers won’t have to hold. Hence, the ability to handle more calls in a shorter period of time.

DID phone numbers are an extremely affordable way to boost performance of your company in terms of telephone communications. Even if you are a small start up company, V1 VoIP’s DID technology can help you save money while you reach your goals. Contact us now to learn more about what we can do for small businesses.

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