‘Hosted VoIP’ is one of the hottest buzz words in today’s telephony world. But what exactly does hosted VoIP mean and what does it do? Allow V1 VoIP to explain what hosted VoIP services are and what they can do for your business.
Simply put, hosted VoIP means VoIP services for businesses which are provided by an outside company like V1 VoIP. Hosted VoIP phone services for businesses usually include both the ability to make and receive calls over the internet and the ancillary telephony services that are needed for business use, such as voicemail, call routing, virtual attendant, etc. Administration for hosted VoIP business phone system is usually provided through web browsers.
Hosted VoIP can also apply to any type of VoIP phone services, from residential to business-class. In business environments, hosted VoIP services can be provided by a third party like V1 VoIP resellers, or “hosted” on servers inside the company using it, called on-premises hosted VoIP. Resellers and vendors exist for each type of business-oriented hosted VoIP phone service.
At V1 VoIP, we have spent years developing hosted VoIP solutions for our resellers and VoIP companies. If you are interested in learning more about our hosted VoIP services and what they can do for your business or how they can increase your VoIP reseller offerings, contact a member of the V1 VoIP hosted services team today.