The set-up process for your VoIP telephony solution depends on the system you’ve chosen.
Software: all you need to do is use your chosen Internet-connected device (desktop, laptop, etc.) to download a software program; the connected services are hosted in the cloud. Calls are placed and received using the computer interface, with a microphone-equipped headset.
Hardware: if you have a physical IP telephone, you have to connect it to your local network with an Ethernet cable.
Aircall gives you the convenience of a cloud solution: you can connect your telephony system to your computer system with an application to maximize its effectiveness.
VoIP for Business
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- What Are the Advantages of Using VoIP, and Why Are VoIP Solutions Better Than Traditional Phone Services?
- How to Choose the Best VoIP for Small Businesses and the Benefits of Cloud-Based Services
- Everything You Need to Know About Hosted VoIP and Why You Need a Cloud-Based VoIP for Your Business
- Why a Business VoIP Phone Service Is the Right Choice for Companies of All Sizes and How It Will Empower Your Workforce to Excel
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