At Avatech, we supply a wide range of VoIP IP Phones to
suit every business requirements.
We provide a full VoIP phone service to businesses nationwide, from implementation to supplying handsets and ongoing support.
WHAT IS VOIP
AND HOW DOES IT WORK
Forget copper wires and handsets. Today you can make phone calls anytime, anywhere using an Internet-connected computer, a headset, and voice over IP (VoIP).
VoIP is the technology that converts your voice into a digital signal, allowing you to make a call directly from a computer, a VoIP phone, or other data-driven devices.
Simply put, it’s phone service delivered over the internet. You may also hear it referred to as IP telephony, internet telephony, broadband telephony, or broadband phone service.
5 Reasons to Switch Your Business Standard Phone System to a
Save up to
60% with VoIP Phones
on your telephone bill.
VoIP can route calls over SIP Trunks, the obvious savings is in the cost of your phone lines. This is not the only way VoIP can save money. VoIP uses your local area network and the Internet to connect the phone system to the phones. Because this is so ubiquitous, this means that phones can be placed anywhere, moved and even be used at home or in remote offices.
VoIP gives you the ability to video conference with anyone at any time throughout the world.
With a VOIP system, your employees can easily make calls from their PC or their mobile phone. You can also work from anywhere with Android and iOS clients.
No need to worry about your business growing or downscaling in the future as our VoIP solutions are fully scalable. The line capacity of VoIP lines can be easily adjusted to increase or decrease at any time to accommodate your business's needs.
Businesses may choose to use a wide variety of communication channels and the beauty of using VoIP technology is that it supports a unified communications strategy. Firms can bring their communications systems and channels together in a single platform, increasing efficiency, saving time and boosting productivity. VoIP also supports integration with third-party apps.