VOIP Phone Systems

Voice-over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a phone service that uses the Internet rather than the usual protocols of the telephone network to send voice information. The major advantage of VoIP is that it allows the user to avoid the long distance charges and other tolls that are levied by telephone companies. As such, the use of VoIP is extremely cost-effective, saving our clients hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars.

Ciracom VoIP service features:

  • Caller ID, call forwarding, call transfer and three-way calling;
  • Voicemail;
  • Web-enhanced controls, including a web-based portal, call room and reporting;
  • Call tree services, featuring a customizable menu, ring groups, dial by name, and scheduling;
  • Queues for call distribution, monitoring and reporting;
  • Online fax services; and
  • Conferencing.

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