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How to Get the Best Business VoIP Phone System

Business VoIP Phone Systems have many advantages in terms of savings and increased productivity. Finding the best VoIP phone system for your business depends on several factors: the number of employees you have, how much you use the phone, and your current phone system. Also, whether you want a hosted (cloud-based) PBX or on-premise phone system will help you choose. Before purchasing VoIP phone system for your business or signing up with a VoIP Service Provider, figure out how many extensions you need and the average amount of time spent on the phone. This will help make your switch quick and easy.

Here are a few additional things to think about before purchasing a VoIP phone system:

Internet: Does your current internet setup have enough bandwidth or speed to handle additional data? Having a conversation with your current internet provider will help determine this.

Budget: VoIP Phone Systems from Tru Dial have been proven to cut phone bills by 40%, but you should still figure out how much you can afford, how many lines, and what features you'll need.

Equipment: Is your current phone system VoIP compatible? Or will you need to purchase an adapter?

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What is a Business VoIP Phone System?  

Business VoIP Phone Systems are phone systems that use the internet as a phone service provider, opposed to traditional landlines. Businesses can have either a hosted PBX or on-premise configuration, depending on the needs of the company. Read more on VoIP Here. (What is the meaning of VoIP?)

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VoIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) allows businesses to get enterprise level call management features at a fraction of traditional phone costs. Unlike a traditional phone set up, a business VoIP phone system is the perfect option for businesses looking to cut costs and grow.

In this article, we will explain what a business VoIP phone system is, and how to choose the best business VoIP provider for your company.

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What are the benefits of a VoIP phone system for business?

Benefits of using a VoIP phone system for your business include increasing quality, decreasing costs, boosting productivity, and unifying your communications. We're going to go through the benefits of a business VoIP phone system in detail here.

Quality: A hosted PBX gives you enterprise level phone quality at a fraction of the price. Get aVoIP phone system for your business and enjoy corporate call quality,  and features without the corporate price tag.

Improved Connectivity: With a business VoIP phone system from True Dial, you'll unify your organization's communications. This reduces time spent switching between calls and lines. Bring all your numbers and lines under one roof and save time.

Increased Productivity: Spend less time connecting calls and more time on business. When using a business VoIP phone system, your entire team is one click away. Connect your mobile devices and take your office anywhere.

Decreased Costs:  You can get business VoIP phone system from True Dial for as low as $20/mo. With True Dial's Enterprise Plan, you get 150% more VoIP for $20 compared to RingCentral™️'s $20 "Phone" Plan. 


Why Switch to a True Dial VoIP Phone System for Your Business?


Take Your Office Anywhere: Create a virtual extension of your office with a VoIP phone system for your business. Instead of having multiple phone numbers for your office and cell, create a single phone number that rings all your numbers at once, improving response time. Program specific actions for missed calls and voice mails. When you get a business VoIP phone system from True Dial, your phone number will show up as your business on their call ID, regardless of what device you use to call them.

Custom Numbers: Create a local or custom phone number. You can also create separate phone numbers for different departments of your business. Additional numbers may cost more, depending on how many lines and extensions you need.

Flexibility: Translate a text message to audio, or vice versa. Send digital files as faxes, and faxes as digital files to a phone number with a click.

Call Routing: Use your VoIP phone system to send callers to their respective departments with automated messages. 

Separate Numbers: Separate your personal and business phone numbers. Call and text employees and clients from a designated number regardless of the device.

Do I need to buy equipment to use a VoIP phone system?

There are two ways you can get VoIP (Voice over IP) and internet service your business; On-premise and Cloud-based. On-premise will require more intensive management of the VoIP equipment, while Cloud-based VoIP takes advantage of the internet and features the service provider delivers.  With either On-premise or Cloud-based, your essential requirements include:

Basic Network Equipment: Routers, switches, and data-settings to ensure a seamless delivery of your Voice over IP service. 

VoIP Hardware Requirements: Desk phones, servers and gateways to use analog devices like fax machines, and software clients. 

LAN (Local Area Network) Infrastructure: This is the traditional cable that  phones and computers plug into when connecting to the network and to power the devices. 

PSTN (Public Switch Telephone Network) Access: This can be through analog, digital, or IP based connections.


If you decide on-premise is best for your business, all the aforementioned items are your responsibility to acquire, set-up, maintain, and update. View tips on how to maintain an On-premise VoIP Phone System Here. Another option is to outsource the maintenance to a 3rd party.


For cloud based VoIP phone systems, the LAN, network, and VoIP devices are your responsibility. If you move your VoIP infrastructure to the cloud, there is less need for technical knowledge. An IT specialist with a background in networks or telephony can assist you with the requirements of your VoIP service provider.


Whether you decide to go with an On-premise Voice over IP system (VoIP) or a Cloud-based VoIP phone system will depend on your specific needs and environment. 



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