Business needs fluctuate and grow. ThinkVoIP offers the flexibility you need to be successful.
No matter the size of your business, VoIP services can easily be scaled up or down to achieve greater operational efficiency. Those looking for a scalable business communication provider, whether you are seasonal or continuous, just starting out or established, need not look any further than a VoIP system.
Choosing the right phone for your company is an important decision. Luckily, we’ve got a range of products that will suit businesses both large and small. Browse our exceptional list of phones to find what makes sense for your business. And remember that the scalability of our VoIP phones allows for significant flexibility!
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Because VoIP is a cloud-based system, the first step is to make sure you have a good internet connection. Plan to use 100kbps per line. It’s best to only use up to 80% of your available bandwidth at any given time for the highest quality calls.
If you can, opt for a connection via Ethernet cable. While Wi-Fi may work for some, being wired in will always result in a reliable connection.
For those that operate in an office, you may find it worth investing in a Power over Ethernet (PoE) switch. These deliver the power and data to VoIP phones over one wire.
The beauty of hosted Voice over IP phone systems is that they are generally plug-and-play!
VoIP phone services cost less than analog phone lines. Additional features such as unlimited nationwide calling, text messages, auto attendant, and call routing are included.
Yes! VoIP gives small businesses a competitive edge with virtual workspaces. The mobile app allows you to stay informed and in control from anywhere.
Cloud-based VoIP or hosted VoIP systems route calls and store information securely via the internet. This allows you to forgo on-site phone system hardware, cutting down on maintenance and IT costs.