V1 VoIP resellers report that the businesses using our amazing cloud-based services and solutions are happy with their communications and thrilled with their savings. But the ones who are hesitating to make the switch with our resellers are reporting the reason is they are skeptical when it comes to the cloud. Some flat out still don’t understand what the cloud is.
Here is the V1 VoIP guide for our resellers on how to explain the cloud to your prospective customers:
Many prospective customers assume that not only are there going to be huge up front costs for switching to cloud VoIP services, they don’t understand how much money they are going to save.
So you go through the hassle of switching to VoIP and then the quality suffers. Nope. Cloud based VoIP service quality is highly impressive. V1 VoIP uses a high-speed broadband connection, which offers users a fast and solid connection. And our latest services are currently being explored and utilized for optimal voice traffic that can be used in the cloud.
Because there have been some instances where a business has had their information compromised when held in the cloud, there’s a concern for just how secure the information is. The cloud security actually holds better security measures than many small and medium-sized businesses currently have in place. Know that all V1 VoIP resellers require their clients to have the security systems put into place, which are monitored around the clock.
Some businesses are choosing not to sign up for private label cloud VoIP services because they feel they’re giving away their control when it comes to managing their IT communications, not feeling comfortable handing their business communication system over to a third party. But usinesses don’t lose control when it chooses to move its company information to the cloud, rather gaining even more control due to the many new features that a cloud communication system can now offer them.
V1 VoIP resellers understand the many benefits high-tech cloud VoIP telephone services can add to a prospective customer’s bottom line. If you’re interested in reselling V1 VoIP private label cloud VoIP telephone services, then contact us today or sign up now . We know everything there is to know about selling private label cloud VoIP services and our goal is to help you achieve your goals.
If you are looking to start a V1 VoIP reseller business, one necessity you will need are DIDs. The DID is the local number that is routed to your VoIP handset or phone via a pbx or gateway. 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.
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…
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 V1 VoIP today. In addition, if you want more information about the turn-key calling card business, VoIP Business, or termination- please contact us!
Many people thought that cloud storage was going to be either a passing fad or something that only a few could afford to utilize. This couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, cloud storage is gaining in popularity among both small and medium-sized businesses each and every day, even though there are still some security issues that people need to be aware of when choosing to use the cloud and the many benefits it can offer.
So how big is the cloud? How much data can the cloud hold? Cloud storage is normally calculated in terabytes so it’s necessary to have an idea of how much cloud storage is needed in order to choose the right amount of provided virtual space. So depending on how much data a company needs to store will determine how much space needed to accommodate this storage.
When it comes to pricing, what’s really convenient about cloud storage programs is that there aren’t any upfront costs involved. Instead, usage is going to determine cost.
Cloud phone programs are becoming popular due to their extreme versatility. The small and mid-sized businesses are currently looking to integrate cloud services into their current business communication system because the costs of using cloud phone services have lowered so much that it’s now deemed to be affordable for those businesses that couldn’t previously afford these high-tech telephony services.
By white labeling V1 VoIP’s cloud based VoIP services, it’s a great way to start offering cloud phone services. More and more businesses are looking into adding cloud phone services to their company right now, making this the perfect time to find out how adding V1 VoIP cloud based VoIP phone services to any current reselling business can add lots of value.
If you are a VoIP reseller who’s interested in creating some of their very own white label cloud phone programs, now is the time to do so. The high-tech world is one that quickly evolves, making it essential to keep up with the latest in cloud phone programs. If you don’t, you just might find yourself a bit behind when it comes to using the latest technologies. Contact V1 VoIP today to learn more and get started.