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What You Need to Start a V1 VoIP Business

Posted on: November 16, 2018

At V1 VoIP we are contacted by people daily through our website, who meet us at expos, and those from referrals all with the same question. They want to start a VoIP business but they don’t know how. In this post we will discuss what you really need to know to get started.

The first thing is to start small and targeted. There is a huge wealth of offerings that V1 VoIP offers. But by starting with a specific target it makes it easier to become an expert on that offering. It doesnt matter whether thats business or residential, origination or hosted PBX, starting with a specific target can also make it easier to set up add ons.

VoIP businesses who keep focused are more likely to succeed in the long term. Below are the three easiest ways for you to get your feet wet as a V1 VoIP reseller.

1. DIDs
Phone numbers that enable Direct Inward Dialing are known as DIDs. DID providers offer phone numbers for many locations all over the world to originate VoIP traffic. As someone new to VoIP no matter what type of person you target, they will need DIDs. Business and residential VoIP, Hosted PBX or any other service where your customers will receive inbound calls from the PSTN will require a DIDs.

2. IP Phones or ATAs
How often do you upgrade your mobile phone? Every few years? Every year? You do it because it works faster and has more features and options right? But it may have been a decade or longer since a business upgraded their office phones. If you plan to offer VoIP to a home or office, your customers will likely need to have an updated and compatible digital device such as an IP phone. Analog Telephone Adaptors (ATAs) are small boxes that enable your customer to continue using their existing analog phone for VoIP calling.

There is no starter kit for becoming a V1 VoIP reseller and you should be wary of anyone who advertises as such. We treat each lf our resellers as unique entities and provide you with what YOU need. At V1 VoIP we believe that we only succeed when you succeed. Start your success with us today by signing up now.

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