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V1 VoIP Explains Voicemail to Email

V1 VoIP explains the popular hosted feature of voicemail to email

In this area of text messaging, how often do you really check your voicemail? Isn’t it easier to see a text or a missed call notification on your mobile? At work, do you check your voicemail as often as your email? Probably not. This is why V1 VoIP finds that the voicemail to email feature has become so popular.

Voicemail to Email means that a VoIP phone system records a voicemail as an audio file and then sends it to an email address. The recipient is then able to download the file right from their email and play it using a media player on their smart phone or PC. The most commonly used files to do so are .mpg and .wav format.

The American workforce has become increasingly mobile. If you are out of the office, say at a client meeting or working from home, a great benefit of voicemail to email is that you can receive voicemail notifications at any place, any time. This way you can always make sure that you get that important voicemail, even if you are away from your desk.

If you are interested in V1 VoIP’s voicemail to email feature, we invite you to find out about this and many more of our popular features with a free tour.

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Five Hot V1 VoIP PBX Features For Business

V1 VoIP explains five hot features that resellers business customers want

V1 VoIP is proud of the hosted PBX service and solutions that we offer. Our resellers see their business customers asking for hosted PBX and phone systems to improve their company’s communications. In order for our resellers to give their customers everything that V1 VoIP hosted PBX has to offer, we encourage them to take advantage of these five hot features:

1. Virtual Phone Numbers
With V1 VoIP hosted PBX virtual phone numbers a business can now have as many phone numbers as they would like and they can all be directed towards the same physical phone. Virtual numbers provide businesses with a larger global point of presence. They give customers the opportunity to make local phone calls to a long distance location. Want your calls directed to your mobile phone instead of the desk? Done!

2. Simultaneous Ringing
You can have a single number and many different phones which will all ring as you prefer. So if someone calls your desk number, you can have your desk-phone, your mobile and your alternate desk phone ring simultaneously. Simply pick up the call wherever you are and nobody is any the wiser. Now you’ll never miss that important call again.

3. Voicemail to Email
Receiving your voicemail by email is the biggest advance in voicemail since, well, voicemail. Forget having to dial your provider’s access number, and listening to each voicemail in sequence. Each time someone leaves you a message you receive it by email on your smartphone or computer so you can listen to it whenever you want. You can save it, delete it, forward it, listen to it again. If you regularly have to get through 5 messages before getting to the one you really want, then you really really need this.

4. One voicemail for fixed and mobile phones
If you have an office phone and a mobile phone, you’ll know how annoying it is to have to access two separate voicemail systems. One single voicemail for all your numbers is just so much easier, especially when you can access it from any device, and have messages delivered by email.

5. Free Call Conferencing
Call conferencing is more popular now than ever, and what better way to save time on travel than to have your own personal call conference room available for free. Local and global access numbers make call conferencing the low cost way to get your business done without having to travel.

Don’t wait any longer to see how your business can improve by using V1 VoIP’s hosted PBX phone systems, services and solutions. Contact us today with the form below to ask questions about how we can take your business to the next level.

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