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VoIP is changing the future of business calls

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Voice over internet protocol (VoIP) offers small businesses a phone system that reduces the risk of clarity issues and connectivity problems. According to experts, VoIP will change the future of business calls.

The demand in VoIP services is partially driven by the promise of an increase in productivity, according to PCWorld's Brad Chacos. VoIP also provides a clearer phone call that costs "next to nothing," Chacos noted. The low-cost cloud offers a more reliable environment to transfer phone calls.

 

Some VoIP services are now allowing businesses to connect through video. ZDNet's Joel Evans predicted that combining VoIP and video will become a popular alternative to make company calls. This can allow employees on the road to listen to and participate in conference calls from anywhere in the world.

 

This new movement can provide a cheaper, more flexible option for small business owners. According to the Associated Press, VoIP is expected to replace landlines, which will become obsolete by 2025. Companies that want to stay ahead in their industries and benefit from multiple features should consider implementing VoIP systems.