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Buying A VoIP Service For Your Business

January 13, 2022

If you consider buying a VoIP system and dropping your traditional landline telephone service for an Internet-based VoIP (Voice over IP) system, you’ve come to the right place!

There’s a lot to learn and many things to consider before you decide on your small business VoIP system. Our goal is to help you save time and money by providing scalable, customized solutions to delight customers all in one place.

What is VoIP?

VoIP, also known as Voice Over Internet Protocol, is a system that leverages high-speed broadband or cable connection to route calls as digital data over the Internet. In other words, it allows you to use your Internet connection to make phone calls. Aside from your Internet connection, all you need in your small business to get set up with an offsite-hosted service are compatible handsets.

Recommended VoIP providers

RingLeader is named one of the most recommended VoIP providers on the market. Our customer service experience is like none other. We provide services in the United States and Canada and you can trust us when buying a VoIP.

Why should you switch to a VoIP office phone system?

It’s no wonder that VoIP and PBX (private branch exchange) systems have become the first choice for businesses of all types and sizes. There are many good reasons to choose a VoIP phone system for your business, including that hosted VoIP and cloud VoIP systems, are often cheap. With RingLeader, you can own a piece of the cloud to save you money in the long run. 

Is RingLeader the best VoIP provider for my business?

There is plenty of VoIP providers out there from which to choose. Still, RingLeader is the best provider for small business VoIP, according to Neil Darling, Principal of RingLeader, Inc. The most important part of choosing a VoIP phone service is to do your homework. Assess your office phone system and your Internet connection. As well as your current and projected call volume and patterns, and whether you would prefer to manage the system in-house or have the provider work it offsite. All of these considerations will significantly impact the upfront and ongoing costs, the features you have at your disposal, and the ease of set-up. But, when all is said and done, you will end up with a flexible, scalable telephone system. This can boost your team’s productivity, saving you thousands of dollars.

Excited to bring your company’s telecommunications into the 21st century? Talk to one of our team members to discuss your specific VoIP needs. You will then be well-equipped to make an informed purchasing decision!