Why VoIP is the Future of Business Telephony

TelephoneWhen it comes to technology, it seems that everything around us is changing almost at a moment’s notice. Smartphones, WiFi-enabled gadgets, wearable technology, tablets. It’s happening at record pace.

But for many businesses, the phone systems they rely on and use to conduct business have largely remained unchanged. These businesses are placing their faith on antiquated technology that is complex and requires costly maintenance.

So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that there are technological developments in business telephony, too.

It’s called VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol.

Using your existing high-speed Internet connection, you can host a state-of-the-art telephone system with features that far exceed that of the traditional business phone system.

Get your voicemail messages sent directly to your email, take calls while you’re away or on vacation, or just have your calls fall over to a secondary number after a select number of rings. These are only some of the unique features that allow Hosted PBX to help your business succeed in today’s competitive world.

Hosted PBX, PRI, and SIP trunking will grow with your company and you only pay for the features and lines you need. You no longer need ten phone numbers for ten phone lines. In addition, you can continue using the phone number you’ve been using right along.

These days, we’ve come to require ease-of-use, flexibility, and simplicity. The MegaNet suite of Business VoIP products* offers just that and at a better rate than you have been paying all of these years.

*Example pricing: You can get 10 Cisco 8-line telephones with a full-featured PBX and unlimited calling in the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico for only $299.00/month with no upfront costs.

Is it no wonder VoIP is the future of business telephony?

Want to learn more about how our business voice service can take your business to the next level? Contact our sales team at 508-646-0030 or email sales@meganet.net.

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