If you’re looking to make the switch from your landline to VoIP service, look no further. Dunn Vision provides high-quality VoIP calls at a fraction of the price. You’ll still get all of the great features you love: call waiting, caller-ID, voicemail, call logs, and more. You can still keep your existing home phone number, or choose a new number. Get superb sound quality in your affordable phone service without the expensive price tag.
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Yes, you can use your existing business phone numbers through the process known as porting. VoIP works with any phone number you own, including local numbers, cell phones, and toll-free phone numbers. Follow our advice to learn how to move your phone numbers from your existing service provider. Dunn Vision includes free porting with every account.
Setting up a voip phone system is easy. After you sign up, you will receive a phone adapter which you can use with any regular phone. VoIP works perfectly on almost any high-speed internet connection like cable, DSL, and fiber. You can complete a free speed test to confirm you have enough bandwidth. No technical skills are needed to enjoy your VoIP phone system.
VoIP completes phone calls using the internet instead of using the analog telephone system. The biggest difference is that you can work anywhere without running wires or expensive hardware. Today's VoIP solutions don't require any bulky equipment, PBX hardware, or technical training. Read more about the advantages VoIP has over traditional landlines here.
Yes. Unlike landlines, you can complete phone calls using your Wi-Fi router. Voice over Internet Protocol (Voice over IP) has error-checking into the core of every data packet. We recommend using a wired Ethernet connection, but you can certainly work remotely using just a wireless internet connection.
The good news is, you can definitely use a regular landline phone, with a special VoIP adapter. So why would you choose a VoIP phone over a traditional one? In our experience, VoIP phones often offer a better connection, which means clearer calls.
You can definitely use a VoIP phone as a regular phone! Basically, VoIP phones work just like traditional phones. But instead of connecting through a telephone line, they connect through the internet.
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