This is for the businesses that are “staying pat” with an old school phone system because they think it’s easier to use what is in place than to switch over to a new system. If you think these things sound neat, then remember this: it costs $0 to get started with SpectrumVoIP. There are no equipment costs or any other secret charges. We set everything up for you, offer
“Damn, this coffee is disgusting.” Ben sat at his desk, early on a Thursday morning. He would have leaned back to enjoy his coffee break, but the coffee at Ben’s office was barely worthy of being called “coffee.” It was more like collected rainwater that had sat too long in the mud outside a house full of unhappy people. Ben sipped. Ben scowled. No one was
We consider the Yealink T38G to be our “mid-range” phone, but in most offices, it would be the fanciest desktop in the building! To begin with, the T38G is designed to be future-proof, and has a built in gigabit switch for ultra fast LAN speeds. (If you don’t know what that is, don’t worry. Just know that it’s ready for the future.) As for features that us normal folks
With the recent news, you may be wondering how well VoIP calls are protected from surveillance by government agents and others. We’ll give it to you straight: The bad news is that no communication method is perfect. No matter what you do, there’s always a chance that your messages will be intercepted or overheard. Privacy is an always-escalating battle between those who want to maintain secrets and those who
Let’s say it’s a Monday morning, and you’re just waking up. And in your mind are two clear thoughts: I need coffee. Bad. I am not going into that office today. But let’s also say that you’re committed to getting your work done. You just can’t bear to do it in the office, for whatever reason. That’s actually no problem, so long as you’ve got VoIP phones installed.
The Yealink (pronounced “YAY-link”) T26P is the workhorse of the SpectrumVoIP phone array, and is our most commonly deployed device. What can it do? Almost everything! We won’t bore you with the technical details. (If you’re a geek at heart, you can click the link above to see the advanced components that make this phone so amazing.) We will, however, give you a rundown of some of the things
Many blogs start with grandiose plans, but have little follow through. Eventually, they become places for virtual dust to collect. We don’t want that to happen here, so we specifically assigned someone to handle the blog. If you see any dust here, let us know and we’ll have a quick voip-enabled call with our blogger to get things moving. So, what are we going to discuss, here? Well, industry news,