FonAngle Expands VoIP Solutions Portfolio with Business Internet Service
FonAngle Communications, a provider of business VoIP solutions, has recently added an innovative Business Internet service to its product portfolio. The new offering is part of the company’s strategy to expand in the hosted PBX/business VoIP market.
As the Internet is critical for today’s businesses to succeed, the new VoIP solutions from FonAngle address the challenges associated with implementing a cost-effective Internet service to support the communications at enterprises.
FonAngle’s business VoIP solutions gain further significance as they are helping businesses migrate to cost-effective cloud computing platforms much more quickly. The service allows customers to easily support the Hosted Office Phone System and FreedomSIP products, the company’s best known business phone system offerings.
The Hosted Office Phone System (HoPs) is a unified communication solution that combines voice, fax, instant messaging, presence, mobility, conference and Web integration into one streamlined system. FreedomSIP, a robust SIP trunking solution, offers the flexibility and efficiency customers need in order to extend the life of their legacy equipment and benefit from dramatically reduced costs.
"We know that Internet connection strength is vital to the health of any business," said FonAngle CTO Chris Meyers, in a statement. "When that connection carries your voice service, it becomes that much more imperative."
FonAngle’s business VoIP offerings are delivered in a broad range of connection types including DSL, cable, T1-T3, metro Ethernet and fiber wireless. MPLS solutions are also available for larger businesses requiring high scalability. These products are backed by strong Service Level Agreements (SLAs).
A recent article from business-voip highlighted the importance of choosing the right Internet Service Provider that has the knowledge to overcome certain challenges associated with VoIP technology.
According to The Body of European Regulators of Electronic Communications, certain ISPs are blocking or slowing down certain systems so they can ensure simpler tasks like opening Web pages and sending e-mails are always successful.
According to Martyn Davies, telecom consultant at Weird Crater, “The effective use of VoIP is a must for businesses, as the technology can have a successful impact in any industry and will collaborate well with other equipment.”
While VoIP can bring down costs, businesses need to ensure they choose the right provider that can help them realize these benefits such as Nextiva.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein