ITP VoIP, a provider of Internet phones and virtual PBX solutions, says it is helping satellite Internet users switch to residential Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services.
All though VoIP is traditionally associated with cable and DSL high speed Internet users, the company revealed that virtual PBX (News - Alert) services can fully support satellite services.
ITP VoIP is also offering virtual PBX services for satellite Internet users. Satellite Internet is especially beneficial to rural populations that are not covered by cable and DSL services. Customers who have satellite Internet with speeds of at least 256kbps are now able to enjoy an affordable, fully-featured Internet phone service powered by ITP VoIP.
Internet phone services offer several benefits to customers including better call clarity. This, according to the virtual PBX provider, is because digital phone service is not susceptible to the interference typical in traditional phone service.
Another added feature of ITP VoIP’s service is the option to forward calls due to loss of Internet or power. The company enables customers to easily input their addresses into the emergency communications system, so that emergency dispatchers have access to where they are located.
ITP VoIP’s virtual PBX service even allows customers to send and receive faxes via e-mail. A softphone service is also readily available, allowing customers to make calls through their PCs or laptop devices.
In related news, Nextiva's Connect virtual PBX system can help a small organization turn multiple phone numbers into a well organized business phone system, complete with call routing, virtual mailboxes and an automated dial-by-name directory.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein