Frame Work

VoIP Phone Service for Photo Framing Businesses

VoIP Phone Service has been on the forefront of communication technology and has become increasingly more popular among businesses. The recent exit from traditional legacy phone networks is unavoidable. More than 60 percent of businesses have decided to switch over to VoIP if their current landline contracts expire, according to a survey conducted by the National Center for Information Technology Management. So, is now a good direct replacement to an on-premise phone system? Let’s look at the features that differentiate hosted PBX systems from traditional PBX systems.

Unlike traditional phone lines, voice calls on VoIP phones can be routed directly to your computer without the need for a server or other technology. What this means for your business is the ability to tap into VoIP services even if you do not have internet access. It allows you to have low-cost and high-quality calling without the need to purchase and manage expensive phone lines. This is in addition to the savings that are possible with the elimination of using office phone lines.

If you were to compare the costs of long distance and international long distance phone calls on a traditional land line carrier with the cost of making those calls via a VoIP Phone Service, it would be clear to see that there are substantial savings gained by switching to VoIP Phone Service. In addition to making low-cost international calls, it is also possible to bundle VoIP services such as call forwarding, caller ID, and music on a single line for a one-time fee. That means large groups can share a single phone line and eliminate additional fees for multiple lines.

There are many providers of hosted voice services. Some of these companies offer hosted PBX services. Hosted PBX services allow a business or other organization to use an already-established telephone system, without needing to install and maintain an entire new phone system. Businesses that do require an in-house telephone system can choose to have hosted pbx services or select plans that include a hosted PBX solution. There are a number of providers that offer hosted pbx services, which includes:


SIP softphones are another way to make the most of your existing phone system. A softphone is simply a device that utilizes the SIP protocol to make and receive calls. A number of SIP softphone providers offer a variety of SIP softphones such as: T1 Softphones, RTR Softphones, and SIP enabled softphones. They also provide features like call forwarding and recording.

PC-To-PC Phones: A PC-to-PC phone system allows you to utilize the phone system you already own and add additional phones that are managed by the provider. You can purchase extra phones and integrate them into your existing phone system, resulting in an affordable and feature-rich solution. One example of a PC-to-Pipe service provider includes: RingCentral, ViaTalk, ISDN Phones, and many others. The major benefit of this type of service is the ability to incorporate VoIP technology with your current traditional analog voice service (VoIP).

Cloud-Based Phone Systems:

A VoIP solution that utilizes a cloud-based phone system provides hosted solutions for mobile, desktop, and residential users alike. You can sign up for a free trial to test out your hosted VoIP service. You can then go a month, two months, or three months with no fee to continue using the service. Popular providers of cloud-based phone systems include: RingCentral, ViaTalk, ISDN Phones, and many others.

Data Centers: Many providers of VoIP have existing data centers that allow phones to be placed remotely for off-site or remote use.

  • These data centers are located all over the world and provide the ability to place your VoIP phones anywhere in the world that has a telephone connection and Internet access.
  • Popular options include: RingCentral, iOcean, iSensei, MyWireless, and many others.
  • This type of call center service is very useful in providing low-cost or no cost calls to people who stay in a specific area even when there is no telephone connection.