How Can Hosted VoIP Help My Business?
The term “hosted VoIP” has both broad and narrow definitions. In the broadest sense, the term could apply to any type of VoIP phone service, from residential to business-class. In the business environment, a hosted VoIP service could be provided by a third party (externally hosted), or “hosted” on servers inside the company using it (on-premise PBX).
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Typically, hosted VoIP means a Voice over IP (VoIP) service for businesses that is provided by an outside company. Hosting is usually in colocation (multiple companies using one facility) data centers. VirtualPBX offers six redundant servers across the US and EU. People using these services should make sure that the data centers have sufficient power, connectivity, and redundancy to provide high availability.
Hosted VoIP phone services for businesses include both the ability to make and receive calls over the internet and the ancillary telephony services that are needed for business use, these VirtualPBX features include voicemail, call routing, virtual attendant, etc. Administration for VoIP business phone systems is usually provided through web browsers.
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Whether you are new to using a hosted VoIP system in your business, are looking for a new and exciting tool to optimize on your business' growth and productivity, or are just shopping around for a new business phone provider, give VirtualPBX a try and join our list of happy customers!
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