Common VoIP Myth Number 2: Poor Audio Quality
Voice Quality and VoIP
Switching to Voice over IP should be an easier choice, with it’s superior functionality and lower cost than traditional telephone systems. However, we have found that many prospective customers are concerned with voice quality. They’ve heard tales of VoIP calls suffering from poor voice quality, audio quality and even call dropouts. In the early days of VoIP, those stories might have been true. Not today! Voice over IP is no longer a new technology. In fact, VoIP has already been around for more than two decades. It has become an established and reliable form of communication, in many ways being vastly superior to legacy phone systems.
Along with improvements to VoIP hardware and applications, underlying network infrastructure and Internet connection speeds have also improved dramatically. These days, there’s no noticeable distinction in voice quality between VoIP and conventional switched calls. Many long-distance calls already route over VoIP channels, and nobody notices the difference. All you need is access to a broadband Internet service, and you can enjoy calls with exceptional voice quality anywhere in the world, at a fraction of the cost of traditional phone lines.
How is Voice Quality different with SpectrumVoIP?
At SpectrumVoIP, we supply cutting-edge VoIP handsets that deliver crystal-clear audio, which come packed with productivity-enhancing features. Our platform ensures callers have superior experience and never get a busy signal. Plus, having the flexibility of answering calls on your desk phone, cellphone or softphone – all using the same telephone number.
Our all-inclusive fixed monthly pricing fully covers the cost of equipment, installation, maintenance, training and 24×7 tech support, with zero upfront costs. So there are no surprises and no hidden fees. Isn’t it time to bring your business telephone system into the 21st century?
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