ITP VoIP recently announced the introduction of new Internet phone service plan for small businesses and individuals. The latest offering from ITP VoIP, which comes with critical VoIP services such as call waiting, call forwarding, and three-way calling at no additional charge, does not require customers to sign any long-term contracts and does not include any hidden fees.
ITP VoIP is a specialist provider of reliable, crystal-clear Internet Phone (News - Alert) Service with VoIP technology for home, home offices and businesses. Starting at under $10 a month, the basic plan comes with a variety of features and includes services such as online account management, unlimited calling to other ITP VoIP subscribers, as well as an option to maintain a pre-existing phone number. Each plan provided by ITP comes with free voicemail to e-mail, call recording and advanced call forwarding, advanced outbound call block and advanced DND capabilities.
Businesses can use the three-way calling free service for organizing conference calls, while individuals can use the service to expand their calling network. With call waiting, the user is able to know if there is another call on hold if they are already on a call.
Users can also benefit from seamless transition to an ITP VoIP plan from their older service and can use the online account management service to pay bills and manage their VoIP service better. With local number portability, a user has the option of carrying over a former phone number.
Furthermore, ITP VoIP provides its Internet phone service plans on a month-by-month basis, which means users can change plans or include and remove additional services based on their needs without worrying about financial penalties.
The benefits of adopting an ITP VoIP home phone service for both individuals and small businesses are numerous. Some of these include substantial reduction on telecommunication costs, and improved productivity and flexibility. By using an Internet phone service plan employees stand to save themselves additional hours of extra work each week as issues associated with traditional phone lines are eliminated.
Want to learn more about SIP Trunking and how to integrate it into your current UC strategy? Don’t miss the SIP Trunking- UC Seminars in South San Francisco on November 27, 2012.
Edited by Brooke Neuman