VoIP for Business International Calling
VoIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) is rapidly becoming the preferred phone technology for businesses that do a lot of international calling. Its ever-growing popularity is driven by how convenient it is to place phone calls over the internet, rather than using the PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network), traditional phone system. Although the same dialing format that you use on your landline is required when using VoIP to make an international call, the biggest difference is the cost-effectiveness that the IP-based format provides. And, that is the main reason most of the small to large businesses are switching from traditional modes of communication and adapting new technology.
International Calling with VoIP – It’s Not Just About the Money
For many businesses today, saving on overhead is essential, and that is what you will achieve when switching from your current format to a VoIP platform provided by Flowroute. With most companies today, it’s all about getting the biggest bang for the buck, or getting the most value for the money invested. But there’s more to this equation than just the monetary savings that you realize when using VoIP for international calling; as well as your local and long distance.
With Flowroute’s SIP trunking service, you will definitely save money compared to what you are paying for your current phone service. However, there are three (3) major benefits to consider, whether you are making international, local, or long distance calls for your business:
- Flexible calling options – You have the added convenience of having a choice between making a call using a standard telephone line, that has been connected to a VoIP converter, router, or phone adapter – OR – calling directly through the internet using a microphone and headset. The VoIP converter resembles a USB drive, which can easily be plugged into your business computer. Keep in mind that a VoIP converter senses signals that are being sent by an analog or traditional phone.
- Multi-functional operation – Another benefit of VoIP for business is its functionality. Besides your local, long distance, and/or international calling, you can use your VoIP phone to video conference with colleagues and employees. Let’s say you want to discuss agendas, company affairs, documents, files, or important deals; whether you are in your office or overseas with clients or employees. It’s no problem with your VoIP phone.
- Portability– No matter where you go globally for your business, as long as there is an internet connection, you’ll be able to hear a dial tone when you log onto your VoIP phone. Plus, there shouldn’t be any problems regarding connections or costs, provided there is internet access available. You can also access your VoIP system via your business or personal e-mail accounts, and whenever you are traveling abroad.
How Flowroute Can Help Your Business
As an industry leading communications services provider, Flowroute offers a broad range of calling and messaging services. We are known as highly knowledgeable SIP trunking specialists with a reputation as one of the top service providers in the United States. It is our comprehensive line of services that clearly separates us from other communications service providers in the industry today. With our VoIP phone system features and services, your business can benefit from:
- inbound calling
- international calling
- local and long distance phone numbers
- outbound calling
- toll fraud protection
- toll-free phone numbers
- direct media access
- award-winning support
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We also offer additional calling services such as CNAM lookup, CNAM storage, and Enhanced E911 (considered the largest E911 coverage of its type in Canada and the United States). As the leading communications services provider, we always have our customers best interests in mind. If you’re not successful, then we aren’t either. For more information regarding VoIP international calling for business, or our other calling and messaging services; we encourage you to contact Flowroute and speak with one of our knowledgeable specialists.