(PRWEB) October 15, 2013
With Halloween just around the corner, everyone’s mind is on ghoulish tricks and tasty treats. Voice over Internet Protocol or “VoIP” telephone service is not only frighteningly cheaper than traditional telephone service, it typically comes with far more “tricks” included that can help a business seem larger, and the sound quality is practically magic. After reviewing the best business VoIP provider’s features nationwide, the experts at Voxilla.com present the “Top Ten Tricks and Treats from Business VoIP Providers” to sweeten a company’s bottom line this Halloween season.
VoIP Trick #1.
Appear to be a larger company: Small Business VoIP providers offer 800 numbers and multiple local area codes that can make a small business appear to have more than one office. It’s not magic though, just an illusion created by “virtual area-codes.”
VoIP Trick #2.
Hall of Mirrors Call-Forwarding: Be in more than one place at a time with the “Find-me Follow-me” call-forwarding feature that tricks callers into thinking an employee is in the office when in fact, they have merely forwarded their office calls to one or more external numbers in succession. That way an employee can appear to be in two places at the same time.
VoIP Trick #3.
The “Disappearing Ink Fax”: Virtual faxing makes it seem like a business has magic ink. Now VoIP providers allow a business to send and receive faxes over the Internet, without using a drop of expensive toner. Exercise complete control over what does or does not need to be printed with IP faxing, and save valuable office overhead in the process.
VoIP Trick #4.
The Ghost of the “Eternal Auto-attendant”. No matter when a customer calls or what client rings in the dead-of-night, they will be greeted by lovely customizable music, and the melodic voice of the “eternal Auto-attendant.” Pre-programmed and versatile, her voice will direct the caller with eerie calm to the correct extension or department. Forever (until modified.)
VoIP Trick #5.
The Incredible Shrinking Phone Bill: Business VoIP telephone service can save customers up to 80% in the first year alone, because it transmits Voice data electronically over the Ethernet, instead through copper landlines buried deep in the ground where it creeps and crawls through the wormy mud.
VoIP Treat #1: Talk to partners in Transylvania for less than 2 cents per minute. Most business VoIP Providers allow some free international calling each month, and then international calling rates start as low as 2 cents/minute any time of the day or if necessary, the night. So do not be afraid of the phone bill lurking around the corner, call away with a business VoIP service plan.
VoIP Treat #2
Business “Moghouls” Call Their Mummy as Often as They Like: Whether calling a client, partner or even their Mummy, business VoIP customers get the lowest rates available. Many plans include unlimited calling in the US, Canada, and Puerto Rico, with 60 or more minutes to over 75 countries. As plans may vary, businesses should consult VoIP providers to find the plan that best suits their needs.
VoIP Treat #3.
“One Year of Free Service”: Business VoIP provider ITP is offering a shockingly-good deal for the month of October; purchase one year of VoIP service up front ($148.00), and receive the second year of service at no cost. Similar plans abound at PhonePower, and OnePipe Telecom.
VoIP Treat #4.
Break the Chains of a Service Contract: Most VoIP providers don’t require contracts. Although the cheapest plans are available only to those willing to make commitments struck under the annual harvest moon, most VoIP providers offer “bondage-free” contracts that are month-by-month.
VoIP Treat #5:
Reverse Time Itself: VoIP providers by-and-large offer 30-day money-back guarantees on their service. If a customer isn't satisfied, it’s as if they could reverse time itself to the day before they signed up for Business VoIP service. No harm, No Ghoul.
With all of the amazing “tricks” included with business VoIP service, and the sweet, sweet savings every month, it’s time to cast off the spell of the traditional phone service providers and take a broom ride on the wild side, with VoIP business service.