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Two Types Of Virtual Business Phone Systems
This is a guest post from Marshall Davis.
A telephone system can make or break a company. Since just about every business, large or small, depends on the telephone to communicate with customers, vendors and coworkers, having a telephone system that is reliable and easy to use is crucial. However, just because your company needs an outstanding business phone system, it doesn't mean that you have to spend thousands of dollars on dedicated phone hardware. The Internet lets you have a fully functioning business phone system starting at just pennies a day.
There are two types of business phone systems that use the Internet to facilitate voice communication. Also known as VOIP phone systems, these virtual phone systems range from an add-on service that utilizes your existing landline, or cellular, phone connection to a full-on virtual phone system that uses special Internet capable handsets connected to a high-speed Internet connection.
Compliment To Existing Phone System
If your business already has an existing phone system, but you are looking to add features enjoyed by the largest of companies, then an add-on virtual phone system might be right for you. As long as you have one existing phone line - which could be a cell phone, your home phone, or a business line - then you are a candidate for this type of virtual phone service.
Build a Complete Phone System From The Ground Up
About the Author
Marshall Davis runs Talking Small Biz, a website that offers business product and service reviews that show how small businesses can use today's technology to their advantage.
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