Spectrum VoIP provides businesses with a voice-over-internet telephone service. This technology uses the internet instead of traditional copper wires to send your calls by converting your voice into a digital signal. Spectrum VoIP could be a good option for businesses hoping to save money on their phone bill while maintaining a robust business phone system.
In this blog, we'll walk you through the advantages and disadvantages of Spectrum's service, and compare it to other options on the market.
The great advantage of Spectrum VoIP's services is that they make their set-up process easy. Spectrum is clearly dedicated to bringing your businesses phone lines onto the cloud, and do so at a flat rate. They also make it easy for small businesses to scale with their service: you get your first two lines for free, and pay an additional $10/month for each additional line.
Yet there are a number of significant drawbacks to the service, and there are other services which do everything Spectrum does at a better or lower price while providing you with more functionality and flexibility. The drawbacks include:
At Community Phone, you get all the benefits of Spectrum VoIP -- easy set-up, easy scaling -- at equal or lower prices, without reliance on an internet connection, and with full mobility. By not using a web-based interface, there is no learning curve with our phone system: your employees will be able to dial out from your business number on their phones from anywhere, just like they would place any call. And our system manages which calls to the business number go to which phones at which time -- so you don't need to go through the difficult process of programming this on a web interface like Spectrum's. With 100% US-Based customer support, Community Phone is also available to take your questions over phone, email, or live-chat.
If you want to know more about our service, call our Business Division at (617)-466-6705, visit our business page, or check below to see what we could do for your business.