The existing voice network has served us well for many years. Unfortunately, as with any type of infrastructure, some of the cabling is beginning to wear and is expensive to repair. It has become economical to consolidate our voice calls with the data traffic, eliminating the need to maintain two cabling plants.
In addition, the current voice service does not give us the opportunity to access some of the new voice features that VoIP provides, and the service levels on the current voice network are becoming problematic.
In addition to the features you had before, you will be able to:
- Send voice mail .wav files to your email instead of listening to your messages on the phone.
- Review a log of incoming and outgoing calls.
- Have more than one incoming call for your number.
- Make domestic long distance calls for free.
- See a voice mail indicator.
- Simultaneously ring your desk phone and your cell phone (charges will apply).
4-digit dialing will remain the same on a VoIP phone.