Dedicated VoIP Circuit
Enjoy landline call quality when using VoIP by using a dedicated circuit.
18:22 24 July 2017
VoIP or Voice over Internet Protocol is undeniably one of the most exciting innovations in the field of communications. Using your existing Internet connection, this technology allows you to make and receive free calls anywhere in the world. For businesses, it is a great way to cut down communication costs and to enjoy exciting call management features.
However, unlike landlines, VoIP can produce poor call quality due to latency, packet loss and jitter, which cannot be controlled over the public Internet. Fortunately, this can be addressed by simply not sending calls over IP and by using a dedicated VoIP circuit.
True enterprise hosted VoIP providers can provide a dedicated VoIP circuit in the form of Ethernet over Copper, T1 or fibre, which can be used to connect your company’s on-site handsets directly to your VoIP provider’s off-site servers. This creates a private tunnel for your phone calls that bypasses the public Internet.
The good news is, a dedicated VoIP circuit, which guarantees landline call quality, costs just about the same as using VoIP over a third party ISP. The cost is lower than others would anticipate because users will need to replace their existing Internet connection with the new circuit.
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