Business Phone Systems
Do cordless phones work with VoIP?
Cordless phones in VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) work the same way as a regular cordless phone with standard phone connection. VoIP service providers have now made cordless phones available to subscribers.
What is an IP phone system?
In layman’s terms, it refers to making phone calls that are made through the internet, rather than through a regular landline or a mobile network. A VoIP system works by taking your analogue voice signals, converting them into digital signals, then sending them as data over your broadband line.
Benefits of using IP Phone Systems
- Significant cost savings on phone calls – Organizations can bypass the charges being levied by telephone companies because analog phone lines are no longer needed. This translates to lower operational costs over time.
- Better mobility and connectivity – Since IP phone systems transmit data over the internet, organizations can communicate practically anywhere on the planet, provided they have internet connectivity. IP phones don’t need to change numbers, and there’s also no need to pay for long-distance charges.
- Feature-rich systems – IP phones are able to do much more than make phone calls. Programmable buttons, teleconferencing capability, unified messaging, voice mail to email transcription, auto attendant feature, caller ID, and call waiting — these are just some of the features of modern-day IP phone systems.
- Scalable nature – IP phone systems are not restricted by certain number of physical phone connections. Organizations that are in need of new phone connections can simply connect a new IP phone to the router.