FAQs about VoIP Provider for Business LineOne
What is VoIP?VoIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocol. By using VoIP systems, businesses can set up their phone systems to run over the internet rather than through traditional phone companies.
If this phone system runs on the internet, will I lose VoIP service when the internet is down?The LineOne phone system is geo-redundant with hosted data centers in Texas, Nevada and New Jersey to ensure your business calls and phones are always working. You can have comfort knowing that even during inclement weather, your incoming calls will always be answered with the LineOne business phone system. Incoming calls are routed to other office locations or even cell phones while electricity is out in your area.
Why should I use a VoIP Provider for Business over a traditional telephone provider?
There are some benefits to using a VoIP phone system for your business. VoIP systems allow for additional functionality over traditional business phone systems.
For example, users can work from anywhere with an internet connection. This is a big benefit to companies who are navigating work from home protocols and allowing some employees to work in an office while others work remotely. With a VoIP system, employees can still be connected and answer client calls from wherever they are working.
Another benefit of VoIP phone systems is that they are typically less expensive than traditional phone systems while offering advanced features. Standard features available on LineOne phone systems include unlimited calls, caller ID, call recording, text to voicemail, auto attendant, direct dial phone numbers, 4-digit dial and more.