Google Floats all Boats

Over the past week and a half, Google Voice has prompted an exciting increase in the volume of discussions about Voice 2.0 and the evolution of telephony from a facility based to an Internet based service. This evolution will free millions of businesses from the limited features provided by…

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Why You Need 2 Telephone Companies

Historically telephone companies provided both dial tone and telephone features to business users. For example: when purchasing a telephone service for your business you would specify the number of lines and the features; such as voice mail, call forwarding, call waiting, three way calling, per line. Businesses with multiple lines…

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The Impact of Low Cost Telephone Transport

The integration of Jajah’s network into the Yahoo Messenger platform signals a continuation of the movement of telephone transport from traditional PSTN networks to open VOIP transport. These new voice and data networks allow the user to bring their own device and access the world of telephony from new…

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Why Does My VOIP Connection Sound So Bad?

Many new telephone services, such as Click to Call, Virtual Call Centers, Hosted IVR and Voice Broadcast, rely on voice over IP (VOIP) telephone connections to deliver services at the lowest possible cost. While some of these services sound great, others deliver voice quality no better than the walkie talkies…

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Voice Broadcasting as an Email Alternative

Voice Broadcasting used properly is an effective and reliable alternative to email. Ifbyphone’s services are ideally suited for delivery of customer service information, customer notifications and employee communications. All information valuable to the recipient. For example, let’s say you own a heating and air conditioning company. You used…

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