A VoIP phone system is no different than your current phone system – it just uses VoIP phone service, as opposed to less efficient and older hard switched telephone networks.
With the links below, you can easily navigate to our resources on business telephone systems. We explain what each page is for, too.
VoIP phone systems are frequently used by businesses. Our main page on business VoIP gives you a quick look into what business VoIP service is like, what it should offer, and some plans for you to compare.
Compare routers and telephone adapters to convert your existing phone system to VoIP. You'd have to get phone service from a SIP trunking-enabled provider.
Some VoIP service providers will give you your own VoIP PBX (that's one of those routers listed above). They're a little more (okay, a lot more expensive), but they can give you a valuable return on investment, especially if you've got a lot of phones, calls, and callers.
Curious about how VoIP works? So were we. We've got a brief history here. We hope it answers the question.
Any other questions about VoIP? You can use our VoIP resources section. The FAQ is especially good.
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