Our tech support team here at VoIP Supply offers great pre- and post-sale support plus provisioning, consultations, and configuration and installation help.
We get a lot of VoIP hardware and software questions and realized that these solutions should be shared with everyone.
Here now are our top three (real) questions and answers from this past week (from VoIP users just like you).
Q: We have Polycom IP 331 VoIP Phones and some of our users are saying that the ringer is too low. They have the volume cranked all the way up but the volume is still not loud enough. Is there any way to boost the volume or is there a loud ringer that can be purchased for these phones.
A: There is a …
As the Yealink product line grows and matures into a leader in the VoIP endpoint market, we thought it would be a good idea to give our readers some background on the company that you may not know about them.
I personally think #3 was a great move for the company on a whole to appeal to it’s customer base.
#1. 200 R&D Employees
With that many employees focused solely on creating a better product with the latest features, only good things can happen. Also this means that new products will have little to no bugs/errors that will need to be corrected. They have so many employees to work out all the kinks before it makes it to your desk.
#2. Microsoft Lync Compatible
The phrase Unified Communications (UC) gets used a lot but do you know what it can really do for your business?
In the next webinar from Digium, 5 Phone System Features You Didn’t Know You Needed, you’ll learn how to use valuable UC features that go beyond standard calling and voicemail features.…