5 Reasons Your Business Needs a VoIP Line Right Now

Over the past decade, more and more businesses have made the move towards VoIP (or Voice Over Internet Protocol) technology. VoIP phone lines work just like regular phones, but use a broadband connection. If your business hasn’t made the switch yet, here are 5 reasons why you should upgrade to VoIP right now.

1. It’s cheaper.

VoIP lines are digital, so they don’t require the same set up or upkeep costs as traditional PSTN Phone lines, and are much better value as a result. Here at LazyPBX for example, we offer free VoIP extensions for UK businesses. Calls between these VoIP extensions are also free and work just like any traditional office phone system.

2. You can connect from anywhere. 

If you use a cloud-based VoIP system like ours, you can make calls from any mobile device – as long at is has an internet connection. Your phone, your tablet or even your laptop can become your work phone, even when you are away from the office. This flexibility makes it super easy to work remotely from home, on the road or even on holiday.

3. Clearer calls.

This might come as a surprise, but huge improvements in network connectivity nationwide has taken internet call quality to a new level. VoIP lines can now offer perfectly clear and consistent audio that often surpasses that of traditional phone lines. Of course, the better your internet connection, the better your call quality will be.

4. It’s scalable.

As your business grows, so can your VoIP phone system. There’s no need to through the hassle of setting up any additional hardware or software, you can just add (or remove) VoIP lines in minutes online depending on your current needs.

5. Landlines are going extinct anyway.

By 2025, all UK analogue phone lines will have been replaced by VoIP lines. It’s called BT’s Big Switch Off and it affects everyone, home and business owners alike. That means that in three years time, VoIP won’t just be a better phone line option, it will be the only phone line option.

Interested in trying out a VoIP line for your business? Check out our Free Trial!

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