Business VoIP Phone Systems

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) offers an alternate option to traditional phone calls. This internet phone service transforms audio signals into digital data. Then, it transmits this data to the person on the other end of the call. They hear your audio the same way they would through traditional voice calls. Standard phone services transfer audio over copper lines. Meanwhile, VoIP uses the same form of communication used throughout the rest of the internet.
Business VoIP systems tend to cost less than traditional services, increasing your company’s bottom line. Aegis IT Services helps businesses in the Harrisburg area install and use VoIP in their everyday operations. Discover the basics behind VoIP and how Aegis IT Services can assist.

Equipment Required for VoIP Calls

Standard phone calls require a traditional landline phone or cell phone. A landline phone sends audio over copper lines, while a cell phone uses cell towers to transmit your message. Otherwise, phone owners do not have many choices. VoIP opens up your options beyond traditional devices. You can make a VoIP call using equipment such as:

Depending on the device or program you choose, you can make calls between computers only or a computer and phone. If you have a VoIP phone number, you can use it on multiple devices. Your number doesn’t change based on your location, so you can keep it if you or your business moves or travels.

VoIP From Aegis IT Services

You can find VoIP systems and devices from a wide range of providers. Each hardware, software and system offers different features and benefits. If you want to get the most out of your VoIP choice, call us at (717) 480-4750 for a free consultation. We will help you understand your options and how each solution will fit your needs.
Once you decide on a phone system, we can also assist with purchase and installation. We can determine the type of system you require for your business and install the necessary hardware and software. Contact us today to receive a response within 24 hours.