ITP VoIP Begins Offering Affordable Plans for Paperless Billing and Virtual PBX Services
ITP VoIP, a provider of virtual PBX solutions, has just released attractive offers to promote its new paperless billing and virtual faxing service to business and residential callers interested in supporting eco-friendly endeavors.
The company is offering affordable Internet phone plans that start at just $10 per month. The service is available at www.ITPVoIP.com/. ITP's virtual PBX service can be added to any of the Internet phone provider's business and residential plans, the company said.
By shifting to ITP’s hosted virtual PBX, users can send and receive faxes via e-mail. This will help them save both paper and toner, in addition to the cost of their old dedicated fax line. ITP’s virtual PBX includes 500 pages of free faxes every month, with support for up to three separate e-mail addresses per account.
The virtual PBX provider decided to make the transition from traditional billing to paperless billing, in order to reduce the environmental impact of both the company and its clients.
PayItGreen.org has estimated that if at least one fifth of American households converted to electronic billing, the environment would be spared nearly 2 million tons of greenhouse gas emissions.
The new ITP digital phone service also allows users to monitor and update their accounts online through an intuitive user interface. The hosted PBX UI enables clients to customize ITP's roster of complimentary features like call forwarding. In addition, users can view instant call records, and add and remove the virtual PBX provider's affordable premium add-ons on an a la carte basis.ITP VoIP virtual PBX delivers the same service offered by dedicated Internet fax providers. With ITP, VoIP clients can go green and save money on virtual faxing while also saving themselves the hassle of dealing with an additional provider, the company said.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein