When you’re using a regular phone line, there are more expenses associated with it than you may realize. The company that is providing you with the service is paying money maintaining your account and providing things like customer service, of course, but they also have to invest in maintaining the existing network of copper wires that are necessary to keeping this technology working. This is a big part of why it is so much cheaper to switch to an Internet-based version of Business Voice in Seattle.
When you’re using these services, which are often referred to as VoIP, your actual experience can be very much the same as when you were using the copper lines. Either way, it is a pretty straightforward matter of taking the sound of a person’s voice, converting it into a form that can be sent over wires, and then converting it back into sound using small speakers at the far end of the line. This is a task that is well understood by engineers, so it is fairly easy for them to build devices that work the same way from the user’s perspective without much regard for the kind of line that’s going to be carrying the signal as it is transmitted.
The significant cost advantages of this type of service come from the fact that the signal is being carried on a type of line that has to be put up and maintained anyway to keep you connected to the Internet, which is really not optional for a modern business. So long as your network is laid out and set up properly, the service quality is excellent and switching over to using the same lines for multiple purposes gives you one less thing that can go wrong and otherwise disrupt your ability to operate.
ISOMEDIA offers a TrueRing business phone service to customers of any size, and many are able to save as much as 40% over what they have been paying for their existing phone lines. The company has dedicated and highly skilled people who can make sure that your network is set up properly to carry the signals so that you can get exceptional phone service without any disruption to your existing Internet use.