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V1 VoIP Resellers Toll Free DID Phone Numbers

V1 VoIP is a carrier for resellers provider 800 DID toll free phone numbersV1 VoIP is a premier carrier of the latest services and solutions and have one of the largest selection of toll free DID phone numbers for resellers. Toll free DID phone numbers allow callers to reach your customers at no charge; instead, you incur the charges. There are a variety of benefits to having an 800 number which will be discussed later. Having a toll free number can be beneficial for you and your business.

How Do 800 Numbers Work?

An 800 number acts as an intermediary between the caller and the recipient. There is no need to get a new phone line in order to use an 800 toll free number. All incoming calls can be forwarded to your already existing line. The only difference between a local and 800 number is that when calling from an 800 number, the caller incurs no charges. The recipient can set the 800 number to be instantly forwarded to a landline, fax machine or even a cell phone. Installation of new hardware is not required, and you can set up your new toll free phone number in minutes.

800, 888, 877 and 866 are all prefixes for toll free numbers. 800 numbers were the first toll free numbers but the demand for such numbers exceeded supply, so companies began issuing toll free numbers with 888, 877 and 866 prefixes. They all function the same; it’s just a lot more difficult to get an 800 number than one of the other prefixes because they were the first to be offered and many combinations have already been taken.

Toll Free Vanity DID Numbers

V1 VoIP helps reseller obtain vanity numbers for their business customers, which can improve their visibility and business needs. Vanity numbers are sometimes helpful to get people to remember your number. A great example of a vanity number is 1-800-Got-Junk.

Do Your Customers Need Toll Free DID Phone Numbers?

There are three known groups for which 800 telephone numbers are most applicable:

1) Large Businesses or Corporations
Large businesses use 1 800 numbers for their customer support line in order to become more accessible to the consumer. When using an 800 number, consumers are free to call for support or help at no charge.

2) Small Businesses
Small businesses use 800 numbers to increase visibility and to create an image of national presence. Having a toll free number helps small businesses differentiate themselves from their competition by seeming more customer service friendly.

3) Individual Consumer
There are several factors which could explain personal 800 number use; however, the most common users seem to be parents whose children are away at school. By obtaining an 800, 866, 877 or 888 number parents can provide a convenient way for family members to call home without having to pay a monthly premium or make a collect call.

Toll free phone numbers are fantastic for a multitude of reasons by a diverse group of clients. Don’t wait any longer to be able to offer 800 phone numbers to your customers. Contact V1 VoIP about our 800 number reseller capabilities.

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V1 VoIP To Start a VoIP Company You Need DIDs

you will need V1 Voip DID database of United States and Canada phone numbers to start voip phone companyV1 VoIP can help you launch your VoIP company with the one thing you really need: DIDs. DID stands for Direct Inbound Dial and is the local number that is routed to your VoIP handset or phone via a pbx or gateway.

V1 VoIP offers U.S. and Canada DIDs at $.15 from our more than 9,200 rate centers across North America.

One of the reasons V1 VoIP is able to supply DIDs at such a low cost rate is because we are a turn-key VoIP business solution provider. If you purchase a turn-key system, we can also enable the DIDs per calling area. For example, one supplier can supply over 10,000 different DIDs and we can facilitate the others for you. With this type of pricing, you can give yourself more freedom in your business model…

For example if you wanted to give a US number to a friend in Mexico, they would need to buy a US DID and this number could ring their mexican IP phone or PBX. In addition, you can use DIDs to run a calling card business, ISP, or VoIP service, once again you use the phone numbers – DIDs – as the link to your cluster of services.

If the gateway connects to the PSTN through digital trunks, the gateway owner buys from the trunk provider any desired number of DIDs to identify IP phones on the private network. The private network being your clients or as a consumer … you.

If you are starting a VoIP business or are looking to make more money in your VoIP phone company, V1 VoIP has the DIDs and the solution so you can do it. We are the largest holder of DIDs in North America and offer DID numbers globally at extremely low rates.

For more information about getting phone numbers in the US and Canada, and sending traffic from the DIDs to your Gateway, contact a member of the V1 VoIP team today. We can also give you more information about the turn-key calling card business, VoIP Business, or termination- please contact us!

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Small Businesses and V1 VoIP DID Direct Inward Dialing

small businesses benefit from V1 VoIP DID direct inward dialing phone numbersV1 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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V1 VoIP Explains Direct Inward Dialing (DID) Numbers

When it comes to either starting a VoIP reseller business or simply just running one, the most commonly requested and needed service are Direct Inward Dialing (DID) phone numbers. Here V1 VoIP explains what DIDs are, why they are needed, and how they can help your VoIP reseller business.

In short, a DID is the actual phone number. These phone numbers can be used in a variety of ways by the end user. Businesses often purchase DIDs in many countries to give a global presence. Toll-free virtual numbers assume all charges incurred by callers within a specific country, extending the service above what a conventional DID can achieve.

In VoIP circles, DIDs act as communication gateways that link traditional phone networks with those operating online. This not only translates calls placed on the PSTN, but also those made over VoIP. DIDs enable call forwarding to landline and smartphone devices.

When using PBX, these systems centralize collections of phone lines under one or more DIDs—sometimes referred to as virtual phone numbers or direct dial in numbers—allowing callers to contact the system’s top level, navigating the different extensions and departments using voice menus and other interactive response features.

DIDs are affordable and readily available online. At V1 VoIP, you can find DID phone numbers as low as $0.15! V1 VoIP offers a range of benefits from cost savings to enhanced productivity, so get started today and see what a V1 VoIP DID number can accomplish! Simply contact us with the form below to get started!

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