Business VoIP Providers
VoIP is one of the latest technological innovations, and stands for Voice over Internet Protocol. VoIP uses a broadband data line to output voice traffic using the internet instead of traffic travelling through physical phone lines – VoIP is often also referred to as IP Telephony or Internet Telephony. As one of the latest innovations in telecommunications technology this type of phone system operates exactly like a traditional phone system, with additional flexibility, features and resilience.
A VoIP telephone system can be operated over traditional analogue, digital (ISDN) lines, SIP trunks or broadband connections. VoIP operates exactly like a traditional, digital or analogue telephone line, however, the benefits of adopting a VoIP solution often far outweigh the older analogue and digital predecessors.
The main benefit of choosing VoIP over more traditional lines types is cost savings. VoIP offers extremely competitive pricing, and offers the same functionality as more traditional phone systems. Whilst cost savings vary business to business, typically businesses can save, on average, 50% on calls and line rental in comparison to their current solution.
There are a broad range of business VoIP providers out there, and knowing which provider is best for your business can be time consuming and complicated. Midshire has over 25 years of experience and 13,500 installations across the UK, so you can rest assured that Midshire is a name you can trust.
Here at Midshire, we endeavour to provide some of the best VoIP phone systems available on the market. We understand that no two businesses are the same, and that there’s no “one plan fits all” solution, that’s why at Midshire we create a bespoke telecommunications solution for every business. We take a review of your businesses telecommunication requirements and create a telecoms solution that is tailored to your business, to support your business now and in the future, as it grows.
Talk to one of our experts today to find some of the best deals on VoIP phone systems for small business use on the market.