EtherSpeak helps businesses save on their telecommunications while providing fast and reliable business communication solutions. Their innovative products allow businesses to focus on generating revenue and growing client relationships. EtherSpeak is an innovative ITSP partnered with leading PBX platforms with low rates that make them a great provider for businesses looking to upgrade their telecommunication service.

Recently, Facebook paid a whopping $19 billion to acquire WhatsApp. Currently a messaging application, WhatsApp is looking to implement voice over internet protocol (VoIP) by June of this year. A prime example of the growth and prosperity of VoIP in the business market today, WhatsApp already has 465 million users - all of whom will be able to make VoIP calls after WhatsApp releases an update by the second quarter of the year.

Mobile VoIP (mVoIP) is a sky rocketing service that is threatening carriers and customers of traditional mobile networks. With mVoIP, users can avoid the voice networks altogether and make their calls via an internet connection on a mobile device. The benefits of avoiding the use of precious data and minutes while not paying large long distance fees has become a top commodity for users.

By Huw Rees, Sr. Vice President of Business Development, 8x8, Inc.

Think your business is “too small” to go international? Want to go abroad, but you’re not sure you can keep the US side of your business going from an ocean away? Many users are turning to business VoIP—Voice over IP, otherwise known as Internet phone service—to manage businesses and careers around the world.

Cutting costs and maximizing profits is priority one for any business looking to turn a profit every year. Frugal business owners leave no stone unturned when it comes to saving their business money. The first place you should look is at your phone service.

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Everyone wants to get more for less. That’s why businesses all over the world are getting rid of their landline telephone services in favor of Internet-based phone systems that use VoIP technology. VoIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocol, and it allows phone systems to route phone calls over the net.

The small-to-medium sized business Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone service provider Vocalocity, based in Atlanta, has just been acquired by Vonage. The deal was signed on October 10th, 2013, and both parties agreed to the sale for $105 million in cash and $25 million in Vonage Stock. This $130 million sale marks the industry wide move towards the up and coming SMB VoIP market.

Anyone with family or business partners in foreign countries is all too familiar with how expensive it is to hear their voices with traditional telephone companies. Calls made to suppliers or loved ones should never have to be timed, since these calls go best when there aren’t any time constraints. But with the prices regular phone companies gouge for, how can callers relax enough to simply talk?

Switching phone systems may not seem like an obvious way to go “green”, but homes and businesses that switch to a VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) telephone system can save more than just money. Here are some of the many ways that VoIP is good for the environment, too.

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