VoIP service in South Africa has not always been legal, let alone prevalent. Nonetheless, upon its legalization in early 2005, VoIP service in South Africa gradually began making its mark and continues to do so today. With only a couple of companies providing VoIP services during its first year of “life,” many projected that the demand for VoIP South Africa would increase tremendously by the end of 2005; in fact, an estimated 80% of South African companies were expected to acquire VoIP services for their business in the first year of legalization.
What is VoIP? Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a technology that allows you to receive voice calls using a broadband Internet connection instead of a regular, or analog, phone line.
With more South African companies investing in VoIP service technology, the more that surfacing research is able to prove the cost savings one can incur when transitioning from a regular phone system to VoIP services. Although monetary savings are always a good incentive for acquiring a service, it shouldn’t be the deciding factor. After all, reliable service, ensuring that each business opportunity is exercised optimally, is more of importance, regardless of its cost. As a result, it is of value to review the key benefits VoIP South Africa technology provides: 1) real time communication operating in the “cloud,” thus eliminating hardware, 2) accessibility to a remote call center regardless of location (call center or at home), and 3) provides high-speed access to all work and customer information.
If you are starting to believe that your company can benefit from VoIP service in South Africa, you are probably right. As data supports, the message about VoIP South Africa has been clearly delivered; those who have no already acquired the service are now looking to find the best VoIP service provider in South Africa.
AVOXI provides the best VoIP service in South Africa, granting your business access to voice over IP on your own PBX— and not another piece of hardware! We understand that this transition may be slightly intimidating for the traditional telephony disappears. However, we found that the shift to VoIP South Africa is quite effortless, only requiring a reconfiguration of your PBX to send calls to the IP address versus your landline or mobile telephone number. VoIP South Africa has become the ideal, cost effective alternative to the traditional telephony for VoIP service users in South Africa.