Business VoIP providers love to use the word "seamless" when describing their services. They offer "no hardware" solutions and promise easy set up "in minutes".
But is that actually the case?Read More
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OnSIP was built for people who hate waiting. We offer a complete phone system that takes less than an hour to set up - and it's all DIY. There's no extra hardware required. Deskphones optional. All you need are your laptop and your vocal chords (not included).Read More
When your boss asks you to find a new phone system, you probably picture a giant, beeping mainframe with a mountain of wires, stored in a dark closet. Maybe an old bearded man sits in the closet, too, but nobody knows why. He was there before your company moved in.Read More
A SIP account opens the door to free HD voice and video calling on platforms such as iOS, Android, Mac, and Windows.
Besides the free voice/video perks, a SIP account also allows you to customize the way you communicate with your family, friends, co-workers, and business contacts. Here are the top 5 ways to get the most out of a free SIP address.Read More
A free IP phone system allows you to communicate with your team through voice calls, video calls, and IM at no cost. Many of these systems eventually require you to upgrade for full features and calling options, but some free offerings are robust enough to serve as complete solutions.Read More
If it's about to be the busy season for your political campaign, religious institution, or nonprofit organization, your current phone system might need some tweaking. Thankfully, webphones and cloud communication services have made it easier than ever to solicit funds over the phone from your members, donors, and prospects, on as large a scale as you'd like.Read More
Webphones, as the name suggests, are phones powered by web-based applications. They're still an emerging technology; few fully functioning webphones exist today. But with the advent of new technologies such as WebRTC, webphones are beginning to supplant and even replace desk phones altogether.Read More
Desk phones are often seen as an essential part of modern work life. But webphones, softphones, and other cloud phone system features have all made traditional desktop phones less mandatory for day-to-day business.
Here are the top seven reasons people avoid their desk phones, and how you can replace them with a better option.Read More
Webphones come in all forms nowadays, and companies are always stretching the boundaries of what these web-based softphones can do. Many webphones are versatile, but there are a few features that can actually turn your browser into a mobile call center.
Mobile call centers are ideal for remote workers or organizations looking to cut the cord. Here are seven features that can turn your Internet browser into a mobile call center.Read More
Internet phones, webphones, browser-based phones. These phrases all reference the same phenomenon: phones that operate right within your internet browser.
By some measures, webphones are just as capable as their desk bound counterparts. Many webphones can call the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) and offer basic phone features - such as call holding and call conferencing. A handful of webphones offer both voice and video calling, as well.
Here are six webphones that can serve as potential replacements for your deskphone.Read More