Why Should I Choose Ohio Telecom OmniVoice?
The answer is simple—because IP technology is the future. In the United States, VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) has become the corporate standard due to its cost savings, flexibility and security. By 2009, 74% of corporate phone lines are predicted to be IP lines (source: Radicati Group).
What Are the Benefits of OmniVoice?
- Wide-area network (WAN) with free on-net calling. Companies with multiple sites can easily set up a VoIP Virtual Private Network (VPN) and link all of their offices' voice and data, allowing for a closed-circuit network with shared data and free on-net calling.
- Remote access to main offices: Employees can now communicate from home and on the road back to the head office.
- Convergence of voice and data: By carrying voice and data on the same network, not only do you have a more efficient, cost-effective network, but it is simple and provided by one carrier. By bundling the services, the company saves money and time by bringing all of their telecommunication needs under one banner and in one bill.
Isn't All VoIP the Same?
- No, there are a number of differences that will affect the quality of the calls so you need to be careful selecting your VoIP provider. Things to look for include:
- Make sure your calls will be carried over a dedicated VoIP network and not just the public Internet.
- Make sure voice traffic is prioritized over standard data, with an industry standard of Quality of Service (QoS).
- Make sure your network is monitored and available 24/7.
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