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Small to medium enterprises can benefit from the flexibility and cost effectiveness of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) when used in business according to voxclever, one of the leading providers of internet telephony for SMEs.

VoIP, also known as IP Telephony (IPT), is a voice service that is delivered over the internet providing exactly the same functionality as a ‘normal’ phone but with a wide range of extra features. VoIP transmits both voice and data communications over a single network, which serves to significantly reduce infrastructure and operation costs.

The price for VoIP extensions is much lower than other forms of telephony, and due to the fact that VoIP runs on hardware such as PCs, it is far easier configure, amend, and troubleshoot any issues. A simple interface makes VoIP accessible and easy to use for anyone, and the fact that VoIP is location independent means that providing a fast enough internet connection is available, calls can be made from anywhere.

Scott Goodwin, CEO of voxclever, commented: “The use of VoIP for business purposes provides a multitude of benefits, including a huge financial one. Although calls can still be charged at a pence per minute rate depending on the provider, there are still significant savings that small businesses can take advantage of particularly when implementing a new telephony system.

“VoIP is very useful for businesses looking to reduce costs in three main areas; infrastructure investment, monthly recurring fees and call charges, something which more and more small businesses are looking to do wherever possible as the recession continues.”

Voxclever is a leading provider of small business VoIP services, providing all of the vital communications capabilities that are essential to a modern office environment.

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