The First and Best Virtual Phone System Offering PBX and Business VoIP Services
Virtual PBX invented the virtual phone system and still has the most features, the highest reliability, and the best value. No matter the size of your company, you can have a corporate-class business phone system without the expense or hassle of buying and maintaining your own phone switch. And with Virtual PBX, you can use your own phones, or save even more with our business VoIP service. Within a few clicks and a couple of minutes, you can have a fully automated, cutting-edge small business VoIP phone system that gives you great features, 99.999% uptime, advanced call routing, simple administration, and US-based professional support. Yes, we invented this class of phone service. And we're still the best. When you need a great business phone system or business VoIP, choose Virtual PBX – a top VoIP service provider. Voice over IP was first introduced to the mass market in 2004 and has quickly become the telecommunications technology of choice for many businesses around the world thanks to its ability to save companies money over traditional phone systems. Business VoIP services differ from those designed specifically for residential applications. Business VoIP services are usually customized to best suit the needs of individual companies and save them the maximum amount of money and hassle over traditional phone lines.
VoIP for business allows you to get similar phone services and calling plans as you would from a traditional phone company, but the service is run over the internet. It makes use of your existing broadband connection to send "packets" of data to the call destination, where it is then converted back to an audio signal. What does that mean for you? Increased transfer speeds that eliminate the days of bad phone connections, with the difference being especially pronounced when making international calls. And since traditional headsets are now compatible with VoIP, the sound quality is great and ease of use is high. The infrastructure for running phone lines over the net is cheaper than the old way of doing things. The equipment used to run VoIP for your business is smaller and less costly, saving you money on installations of new lines and keeping your office more energy efficient. Setting up VoIP in a new office saves business money because there is no need to run separate cabling for the VoIP phone system. The reliance on current hardware saves both space and money – two things that all small businesses covet.