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How to Choose a Commercial Phone Provider

Posted on: September 6, 2017

If you just started a new business—whether small, medium-sized, or enterprise—or you’re looking to grow your existing business more, communication is a key factor in achieving success as a company. Although you may think of it as an afterthought, your commercial phone provider can make a significant difference in the communication efficiency of your business. From training sessions to conference calls and everything in between, your company phones play a huge part in your employees’ ability to get things done effectively and on time. If it’s time to pick a commercial phone provider or you’re ready to replace your current system for something more advanced, VoIP is the answer for you.

What Is VoIP?

VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) is a system that allows you to make phone calls over an IP data network, rather than through a traditional landline. By carrying out calls and other online conferences over the Internet, you can save on the cost of long-distance calls by paying a low monthly flat rate—instead of worrying about how many minutes you’re using at a time. VoIP gives you the flexibility to reach your business goals while saving money in the process. With all of the reasons to switch to VoIP, you should consider a VoIP provider for your business’s commercial phone installation.

VoIP Features & Benefits

By using a cloud-based phone system, you and your employees are able to take advantage of an extensive list of features, including:

  • Unified voicemail and fax messaging
  • E911
  • Intra-office calling
  • Softphones or “App”
  • Caller ID
  • Call forwarding
  • Auto attendant
  • Voice to email

Along with the advanced features that you can’t get with a landline phone system, you can also enjoy these added benefits:

  • Cost savings
  • Unlimited calling
  • Built-in disaster recovery (BDR)

Choosing a Commercial Phone Provider

When choosing a commercial VoIP provider, there are a lot of options out there. With big names like Vonage in the industry, it can be easy to believe what the ads say and end up paying a high price for commercial phones. However, you can get the same advantages of a VoIP provider from a local company that offers more personal service at a price that’s right for your business. With all of the same features and benefits as commercial phones from a major national provider—along with the bonus of having hands-on installation, set up, training, and maintenance—a local provider can meet all of your business’s needs without charging you extra to support advertising costs.

Best Commercial Phone Provider in MD, DC & VA

At ComTech Cloud, we guarantee top quality service at a competitive price. If your business needs seamless commercial phone installation and a dependable VoIP provider, we offer white glove service and incorporate our core values into everything we do. For all of your business’s commercial VoIP needs, get in touch with ComTech Cloud in Gaithersburg, MD, to learn about how a cloud-based phone system can increase the productivity of your company and give you financial peace of mind.

Contact us online or call (240) 778-2100(240) 778-2100 to learn about ComTech Cloud’s services in the DC metro area today!

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