When trying to choose between new phone systems, you are almost always faced with one big question: landline, or VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol)? In today's phone system smackdown, we'll compare the two head-to-head and find out why it's time to leave landlines in the past.
Let's face it: the best way to compare phone systems is to pit them against each other and see which one comes out on top.
Landlines are familiar, but they're not necessarily user-friendly. All that hardware is pricey to maintain and keep up with.
VoIP phone systems, on the other hand, are all about user experience. They use your Internet connection instead of old-fashioned copper wires, so they play off of tech literacy you've already developed.
Landlines pretty much anchor you to your desk. They don't adapt well to on-the-go workers or teams spread out across multiple locations.
VoIP phone systems are designed to be flexible. You can take calls on mobile devices or headsets, meaning that your only limit is your Internet connection.
Bells and whistles
Landlines might be workhorses, but they aren't very showy. They look more and more outdated by the day.
VoIP phone systems have all the bells and whistles you could ask for. Want answering services, automating call forwarding, and even video chat? VoIP has got you covered.
The results are in, and it's time to ditch landlines.
VoIP phone systems are sleeker, stronger, and more flexible, meaning that your company can go in any direction necessary to keep up with the ever-changing business landscape. They'll help you:
save money with new solutions,
improve communication with reliable service,
create flexibility for your on-the-go workers,
and boost efficiency, from conference calls to messaging systems.
So, are you ready to ditch landlines? Contact us today to learn more about VoIP phone systems!