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Instant number activation

Activate new lines without delay with one click in your dashboard. Select landline and mobile numbers from among 65+ countries for easy international calling.

Personalize your cloud phone system

Create greetings and voice messages using Ringover’s online studio and route your calls seamlessly to the right person using interactive menus, e.g. “For sales, press 1, for support, press 2…”

With a selection of numbers from 65 countries and greeting options in 16 languages, you can easily establish worldwide phone support to better serve your clients located in different parts of the globe.

Quick setup, no installation

Use any internet-enabled device — laptop, mobile phone or tablet — to make both local and international calls and benefit from an exceptional calling experience.

Call  without limits 

With Ringover there are no limits on calling. Make and receive unlimited calls from up to 110 landline and mobile destinations. Be more reachable with local numbers from 65 destinations.

Sync your phone system into your business apps

Easily connect your CRM

Link your business phone with your existing third-party apps in simple steps for more flexibility.

Easily connect your CRM

Data synchronization

Sync your contacts by integrating Ringover with your CRM. Automatically log call data (date, time, phone numbers, call recordings, notes, tags and SMS) onto contact records in your CRM.

Data synchronization

Take advantage of the best features a business phone system can offer

Unlimited calls

No limits on your calls to up to 110 destinations!

HD Quality

Enjoy unmatched VoIP sound quality.

Calls from computer

Log on to your account and call from any computer.

Calls from mobile apps

Download the Ringover app to make calls on the go.

Simplified call transfer

Transfer your internal calls in one click.

Landline & mobile numbers in 65 countries

Establish local phone support all over the world!

Custom welcome greetings

Use Ringover’s online studio to personalize your welcome greetings.


Route your calls based on your callers’ choice (press 1 for… press 2 for…).

Statistics and calls logs

Activate client support numbers and follow your calls efficiently.

CRM sync

Integrate your calls into your third-party business apps.

Our customers’ feedback

Overall Rating

4.8/5 265 reviews Based on 265 reviews.
This average is drawn from ratings of customers who have used any of the cloud communication services offered by Ringover.


21 oct 2022

With all of the interesting options Ringover offers, this tool is now part of my daily work when it comes to communicating with my clients. I can always count on Lilia Payet to advise me on how to get the most from their services. This support adds a lovely human aspect, and it was a decisive factor that means I’ll continue to use Ringover.

JY Morio

19 oct 2022

The team is available and reactive. Great tool, definitely recommend.

Cynthia D.

14 oct 2022

“The customer services are always available, on-hand to list and react, ready to help their clients. The advisors are really friendly, always have a smile, and above all, they’re efficient.
Can’t recommend Ringover enough!

Djafar Y.

6 oct 2022

Excellent phoning system.

Ariel D.

6 oct 2022

It works as expected. As a softphone, it has all what you need to handle calls in a call centre environment. Also they have the client available for web, for windows, Linux and mobile. That is awesome.
I like all the filters available, that helps me find some call recordings easily…

Helene F.

5 sept 2022

Great client support service and a top tool, so I definitely recommend it!

Eric C.

22 jul 2022

A great team, starting with Santiago Salcedo, Ester Covarrubias, Antonio Garcia and Antonio Campos - I’ve been so grateful for their patience and for setting up the application on my phone.

Clément J.

7 jun 2022

A 100% web-based IP telephony service, that’s reliable, modern, innovative, secure and 100% French.


22 may 2022

"An easy-to-use tool that doesn’t need any internal infrastructure.
Comprehensive and clear dashboard.”

Gianni L.

4 nov 2022

"Definitely one of the best experiences of IP telephony we’ve had.
With Ringover, we’ve finally found a simple software that’s easy to get to grips with, and most importantly, an extremely stable softphone and an incredible availability rate."

Fred V.

8 feb 2022

Perfect for kitting our team out with VoIP, as half of them are office-based and the other half work remotely or travelling. The technical quality of calls is on point, and the management interface is well-designed.


5 oct 2022

An easy-to-use tool that doesn’t need any internal infrastructure. Comprehensive and clear dashboard.

Gianni L.

8 sept 2022

Definitely one of the best experiences of IP telephony we’ve had. With Ringover, we’ve finally found a simple solution that’s easy to get to grips with, and most importantly, an extremely stable softphone with an incredible availability rate.

Ana B.

10 sept 2022

Very easy to use and offers great call quality. We 100% recommend it!

Irene C.

4 aug 2022

Excellent service, and I love the features and how you can personalise everything for each user. Really easy and intuitive to use, and at a great price.

Javier G.

3 jul 2022

Excellent customer service and support from the Ringover team. It has a very intuitive and easy-to-use interface, and it’s ideal for improving performances within our customer service and sales teams.

Business phone system FAQs

  • What is a business phone system?
  • Why do I need a business phone system to handle my company calls?
  • Can I use Ringover’s phone system in a small business?
  • How long will it take to set up my phone system with Ringover?
  • How much does it cost to use the phone system?
  • Is there unlimited calling?
  • What are the benefits of IP telephony?
  • What is SIP in IP telephony?
  • Is an IP phone a VoIP phone?
  • How do I set up an IP telephony?
  • What is the difference between PBX and IP PBX?
  • What is the difference between VoIP and PBX?
  • Why is IP used on VoIP?

What is a business phone system?

A business phone system is a communication tool that allows businesses to make outbound calls and to facilitate inbound calls while dispatching them to various employees. A phone system includes phone numbers for receiving calls to the company as well as direct lines for employees. It also involves a PBX for routing calls and advanced telephone answering and call management features, like IVR, call recording tools, and custom greetings.

Why do I need a business phone system to handle my company calls?

Using a phone system in a company allows you to significantly improve call management. You will be able to enhance call reception, manage call flow within the company, enable call transfer between colleagues and much more. It also allows you to centralise call handling and to ensure calls get distributed to the right phone line or employee.

Can I use Ringover’s phone system in a small business?

Yes, Ringover is an all-in-one-app that is very easy to use and manage. It is perfectly designed for small businesses to set up and use without the unnecessary hassle or burden.

How long will it take to set up my phone system with Ringover?

With Ringover, it takes only a few minutes to properly configure your cloud phone system. Choosing your number and adding your employees is a 1-click process and with our user-friendly online studio, you can easily configure your voice messages and greetings in a few seconds. The phone setup is designed to be completed independently. No technical expertise or specialised support required.

How much does it cost to use the phone system?

A multi-line phone system starts at $21 per user monthly. It includes all the essential features you need to manage your business calls. You can upgrade your plan at any time to access more advanced features like call monitoring and CRM integrations.

Is there unlimited calling?

All inbound calls are free. Unlimited outbound calls are included to 110+ destinations such as the US, Europe and Asia. For specific outbound calling rates, see price list here.

What are the benefits of IP telephony?

Unlike POTS (Plain Old Telephone Service), Internet Protocol (IP) telephony uses the internet to transmit calls, texts, faxes, etc. to the receiving party. Here are some benefits you get when switching to an IP telephony system.

Reduced cost: The traditional phone lines will charge you per minute, while IP phone systems, especially VoIP ones, can be purchased by paying just $21 per month/user.

Easy transmission of multimedia content: IP telephony systems support MMS, video calls, chats, etc.

Software integrations: It is not easy to integrate CRMs and other productivity software into your traditional phone network. But the VoIP-based online business phone systems allow multiple software integrations.

Scalability: As hybrid work culture is gaining popularity, you will have employees working from multiple locations. No need to worry about getting all of them physical phone connections, you can log in to your IP telephony interface and add as many lines as you want.

Redefine your business with a complete online business phone system. Switch to Ringover’s IP telephony solutions that can give your business a facelift.

What is SIP in IP telephony?

SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) is a signaling protocol that enables VoIP. SIP offers the control layer for sending and receiving video calls, voice calls, instant messages, and media files.

The other VoIP signaling protocols are:

  • Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP);
  • Real-time Transport Control Protocol (RTCP);
  • Session Description Protocol (SDP).

Is an IP phone a VoIP phone?

The answer is yes and no. Many people, including service providers use the terms VoIP and IP telephony interchangeably. However, there is a subtle difference between them. The difference is so subtle that it matters only to network specialists.

VoIP phones are a type of IP phone. Simply put, IP telephony is a way to digitize the phone system to take advantage of the internet. In stricter terms, VoIP is considered as a digital transporting method for phone calls. VoIP, using the internet, can add more functionalities to voice communication.

In other words, VoIP is a subset of IP telephony and both can increase your productivity while offering you a robust online business phone system.

How do I set up an IP telephony?

Setting up an IP telephony or VoIP-based online business phone system doesn’t require any IT skills. Just follow the below steps:

  • Login to the web interface or app of your service provider.
  • Choose your area code and then a phone number.
  • Select a plan that best suits your requirement and make the payment.
  • Once the payment is done, you can start using the IP telephony system.

You can set up greetings, call forwarding rules, and integrate CRMs and other software into the system.

What is the difference between PBX and IP PBX?

PBX refers to legacy or traditional phone systems, while IP PBX is a digitized online business phone system. Here is a comparison of PBX and IP PBX telephony systems.

Requires a local (PTSN) Public Switched Telephone Network connection and landlineOnly require an internet connection to make and receive calls
Requires a full-time IT professional on-site for maintenanceLess hardware and maintenance can be done by the service provider
Can only handle callsCan handle both data and calls
PBX requires hardware installationsIP PBX requires software
Not scalableEasily scalable

What is the difference between VoIP and PBX?

PBX (Private Branch Exchange) is an on-premise business phone system that is not connected to the internet. VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) is a technology solution that makes use of the internet to make and receive calls, send texts, etc.

VoIP-based business IP telephony systems also support multimedia distribution, video conferencing, custom greeting, and call forwarding.

Why is IP used on VoIP?

IP is a key technology used in VoIP-based phone systems to send data from the caller to the receiver. VoIP telephone systems rely on the visibility of the IP addresses involved in the transaction to send and receive calls, texts, or multimedia messages.

An IP (Internet Protocol) helps identify the specific web location or a device. The data is getting transferred between devices and web locations using the IP address. In the case of VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol), a public network is used to transmit data between users.