Want to start your own VoIP company right now? Is the only thing keeping you from taking the first step spending huge sums of money? At V1 VoIP you can keep your money in your wallet. By becoming a V1 VoIP reseller, you won’t need to visit a bank for a business loan, we can get started in mere moments and then you’re off and running, focusing only on sales.With many VoIP reseller opportunities available at V1 VoIP, being your own boss and becoming rich in the process could be a good business venture for you.
To start and establish your telecommunication company as a V1 VoIP reseller, start with one primary focus and set short- and long-term goals for your focus. Then create a business proposal for your telecommunication company. Include your table of contents, objective, mission statement, and financial projection of your business. The mission statement should reflect your business’s purpose. A slogan should catch the attention of your target audience, for example: “We’ll keep you in touch.”
Your financial projection sheets should explain the need for your startup capital, such as rent or mortgage, monthly utilities, office supplies, software, employees and payroll. Apply for your telecommunication agency’s business license and official telecommunications agency’s name at your local city or county clerk’s office. After receiving your agency’s business license and name, visit the IRS website to receive your Employer Identification Number. To obtain your EIN, fill out the IRS Form SS-4 application and submit it electronically. Once you’ve submitted it, you’ll then receive an official IRS letter in PDF format to download with your custom EIN. Print a copy for your own records.
Speak with V1 VoIP about the types of services and solutions you would like to offer your customers. At V1 VoIP, we can have you off and running reselling our offerings to your clients under your own company name.
Advertise your telecommunication agency by placing an ad in your local telephone directory or phone book under telecommunications. Mail out brochures explaining your telecommunication company to the general public. Access mailing lists by using your local phone book for your area or websites that offer this service, such as Vistaprint or Martin Worldwide.