What happens if we lose Internet service?

That is a definite risk when it comes to fiber optic based voice services. There are a couple of options. You could provide backup battery power, but that is only going to cover your end of the connection.

With SpectrumVoIP there’s another option: Cellular failover. A cellular contingency solution is the proactive approach to take, meaning that you can avoid dealing with the chaos that can result from a loss of service.

Utilizing this plan, you will have 4G access to carriers like Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and others. We’ll help you find the best solution for each location.

What if our Internet service isn’t good enough?

If you already have Internet service, it’s highly likely that you have sufficient bandwidth. SpectrumVoIP requires a minimum of just 1.5Mbps.

If you don’t have Internet service or want to find a different provider, DPS can help.

How is VoIP different from traditional landlines?

Well first of all, copper landlines are being phased out in response to FCC order 19-72. If you still have copper lines, you’re not in luck, you’re actually at risk. The copper lines that are still in use are no longer going to be maintained by the carriers. The deadline for phase out has passed, but there are still many out there who have yet to migrate to Internet-based voice services.

One recent customer told us that her copper land line cost had risen to $1,000/mo, and that was just two lines!

So what does this mean, Internet-based voice services?

It means that those migrating to the new service type will be forced onto fiber optic-based voice services. If you know your carrier, you already know that it will likely be expensive. It will.

If you already have Internet service in your business’ location, we have great news! You don’t need those big carriers! All you need is SpectrumVoIP.

What is VoIP?

VoIP phones offer a cost-effective and efficient alternative to traditional phone systems. By using an internet connection instead of a phone line, businesses can make and receive calls from anywhere with a stable internet connection.

Additionally, VoIP phones come with a variety of features that can improve communication and collaboration within a company, such as the ability to make conference calls, transfer calls, and access voicemails from any device.

With the increasing reliance on remote work, VoIP phones are becoming an essential tool for businesses looking to stay connected and productive. Overall, investing in VoIP phones can save a business money and improve communication, making it a valuable addition to any company’s toolkit.