The types of VoIP Business Phones
Physical VoIP Business Phones mimic the look and feel of traditional phones while offering additional features.
‘Softphones’ are essentially virtual phone interfaces that are situated solely within the computer itself.
Which one is better for your business?
Hardware VoIP Business Phones offer a more traditional experience to employees used to calling via handsets. They also integrate well with online features such as email and virtual voicemail. Softphones are good for minimizing costs and maintaining a wholly virtual presence where desired such as in a cloud contact center.
Some things to know when choosing a VoIP Business Phone
SIP stands for Session Initiation Protocol and is a necessary protocol for integrating multimedia communication sessions.
What does it mean vis a vis VoIP?
The term SIP phone is practically synonymous with VoIP as one can’t really function without the other.
If you wish to integrate traditional handsets with a VoIP Phone system you will need a VoIP adapter to do so.
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