If you go into any store selling telecommunications equipment, you will quickly notice a difference between personal phones and business phones. Personal phones are smaller with fewer buttons. Personal cell phones focus on other elements such as music or a camera.
Business phones on the other hand, need to do a lot. They need to conference, transfer calls, and store large amounts of voice mail. Business cell phones need to be able to access email. But what if you have a home office? You might not have access to an expensive office phone. That doesn't mean you can't have all the features. You just need to carefully pick your service provider.
With a service like RingCentral, the features don't have to be build into the phone. You can forward calls, get caller ID, and change your voice mail message easily and set it all up online. This way, you can get all the business features without a super pricey office phone. You can answer calls on whatever phone strikes your fancy.
Labels: Small Business
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I'm an enthusiastic Ring Central user that is just getting started. I can see lots of possibilities for our business. We've been testing the service for a while now and one thing we've noticed is that we can't always reach our Ring Central Numbers from our office phone system which is connected to the PSTN phone network by a T1/PRI line. Have you seen this before?