Clearer Calls and Faster Browsing
You already know that business VoIP system phones rely on a high-speed Internet connection. You also know that your connection is shared by a number of additional activities crucial for your business to keep running. But do you know what affects the speed and quality of those activities? It’s likely your bandwidth – and while you may have enough bandwidth during average traffic, when that traffic spikes in one area of your network, your VoIP calls can sound garbled, staticky, or worse – drop completely.
How this Benefits You
With increased bandwidth you can expect improved reliability, increased productivity, improved data traffic, and more consistent email delivery.
- Choose from multiple top-tier, established providers in your market*
- Experienced Network Support
- Get a Free, No Obligation Quote
* May vary based on location
We Find the Right Provider for You
We search top-tier providers across the country to bring you a one-stop shopping experience. Then send you a free quote and analysis by one of our trained team members who can help you pinpoint which level of bandwidth that best suits your needs regardless of who your internet service provider is or what kind of service (DSL, cable, broadband…) you may have. Start with a free quote by filling in your information below.
Network Demand Prioritization
At VirtualPBX we recognize the importance of network reliability. We also expertly understand the nuances involved in determining the right amount of bandwidth to meet your business needs. But did you know that you can prioritize the demands on your Internet’s bandwidth by type of traffic? For example, if your company’s Internet browsing is experiencing a spike, your VoIP call quality could be threatened during that time. With Quality of Service (QoS) implemented, your VoIP calls are given priority over other activities. Think of it like a line in an emergency room: everyone’s needs will be met, but the most critical needs are addressed first. For larger companies, Internet traffic can also be separated onto different connections completely with voice traffic on one connection and data from computers on another.
Take the VoIP Speed Test
A network’s congestion is the top cause of poor VoIP call quality, and as the amount of individuals sharing an Internet connection grows, so does the uncertainty of how that connection’s traffic is being impacted. If you’re not sure how well your system is performing, or what causes spikes in your traffic, a VoIP speed test is a great place to get started.