Tag Archives: VoiP

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Hosted PBX: One less worry when it comes to communication

An overwhelming amount of businesses today are still using old-fashioned telephone systems. But why? For many businesses, change is hard. After all, why change something that’s working? A few reasons, actually. First, Hosted PBX is affordable. Which means in a great majority of cases, it’s less expensive than your current phone solution. Secondly, Hosted PBX offers a variety of features Continue Reading...
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Explore our cost-effective Hosted PBX utilizing Cisco Phones!

VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol, is one just one of many ways businesses all over the world are modernizing their communications. Businesses can use their existing Internet connection to place and receive calls with crystal-clarity. In addition, VoIP offers features and flexibility that antiquated phones systems cannot – all at an affordable price! With Meganet’s Hosted PBX service, you Continue Reading...
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Why VoIP is the Future of Business Telephony

When 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 Continue Reading...
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Why Is QoS Important for Digital Voice Service?

Quality of Service, also known as QoS, is an important factor businesses need to consider when they are implementing a new Digital Voice or VoIP solution for their phone services. To break it down very simply, QoS is a network protocol that makes sure voice packets are given the highest priority within a local network, as well as at the Continue Reading...
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Inbound Call Failover If Your Business Loses Power

It’s been a messy, messy winter so far here in the NorthEast and it’s not going to get better any time soon. High winds and heavy snow have been causing power outages and downed telco lines, which can spell disaster for many businesses in New England. If your customers can’t reach you, and your sales reps can’t reach potential clients, Continue Reading...
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Digital Voice/VoIP and Your Call Quality

Digital Voice is among the most popular telecom services being offered right now. Large national carriers have entire marketing campaigns based around it (usually offered as part of a bundle of services), and businesses of nearly every size are quickly learning that it’s cost-effective as well as easily upgradeable and expandable. At it’s core, “Digital Voice” is really just VoIP, Continue Reading...
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Five Essential Tools For Your Virtual Business

We’ve written about telecommuting and specific productivity tools a few times on our blog. Studies have shown that giving employees the ability to telecommute has helped reduce company costs as well as improve workplace morale. In fact, a Deloitte study showed that telecommuting did all that in addition to helping reduce greenhouse emissions and reliance on fossil fuels. Over the Continue Reading...
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Three Keys To Working From Home This Summer

It looks like warm, summer weather has finally taken root here in New England. Well… we hope it has, at least. This IS New England, so it might be in the 40’s next week. Still, it’s almost summertime and that usually means vacations and situations where employees may need to work from home, or remotely from another location outside of Continue Reading...
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Comparison of Local Phone Systems Vs. Hosted PBX

Every business, regardless of size, needs phone service. While cell phones are becoming more commonplace for sales reps or executives on the go, for the most part nearly every business still relies on having phone handsets and some sort of landline phone service, be it analog, VoIP, or PRI/SIP trunks. Along with that phone service, companies need to have a Continue Reading...
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Will VoIP Work When Your Internet Is Down?

Voice Over IP is one of the fastest growing Internet-based services, and for many great reasons. It’s easy to set up, easy to use, easy to expand, and most of all it saves costs over traditional telephone service. The only real requirement for using VoIP is a quality Internet connection. Home users, or small businesses, can get by with a Continue Reading...