In the business world, the largest companies tend to grab the biggest headlines. Every day we read news about these huge enterprises and their successes and failures. But the fact of the matter is, there are thousands of small and medium-sized businesses out there working hard each and every day to make a profit and service their customers. And, while they might not grab the headlines like the bigger players, they are too important a market segment to be ignored. That’s why there are many companies that specialize in providing services for smaller businesses, such as hosted VoIP provider Vocalocity (News - Alert), which was recently singled out by PC World magazine as an exceptional midrange service provider.
PC World highlighted VoIP providers in different categories, from the most basic to the most feature-rich. The magazine singled out Vocalocity as a great example of a VoIP provider that could handle small or medium businesses, citing features such as 911 emergency response support and other powerful options.
The magazine noted that Vocalocity directly sells plug-and-play IP phones at a reasonable cost. It also spoke about Vocalocity’s tier of plans, which can be mixed or matched for various extensions, noting that the hosted VoIP provider offers plans that offer unlimited calling, per-minute plans and mobile phone options as well.
Finally, PC World relayed some of the best features that Vocalocity has to offer. Among these features are: voicemail with Web interface, caller ID, three-way calling, virtual receptionists, call forwarding, and more.
For more information on Vocalocity’s hosted VoIP offerings, click here.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein