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QSTel Communications is an Omaha, Nebraska company, locally owned and operated, dedicated to bringing you high quality and dependable voice over internet services.
The state of today's economy can be a heavy weight on budgets these days more than ever. Businesses can benefit tremendously by using voice over internet to cut their phone bills from 50% to 75% with QSTel Communications.
Don't be fooled by high tech buzz words such as the 'cloud'. QSTel offers voice over internet with your own internet connection and high quality dedicated server. Running VoiP over the 'cloud' can result in dropped calls, and poor call clarity. Making IP phone calls over a shared internet connection is a bad idea. Steer clear of the cloud and provide your company a solid communications solution with QSTel.
In the current environment, it is important for any company to retain control of their own data as well for privacy and security. With 'the cloud' you don't necessary know where your data is being stored and who has access to it.
Voice Over IP telecommunications, more commonly referred to as VOIP, allows users to make and receive telephone calls over a broadband internet connection. Our customers subscribe to QSTel services because of reduced costs and added convenience. QSTel services can help businesses just as much as they can individuals, though many business owners never even stop to consider whether VOIP may be a worthwhile investment for their company. If used properly, these services may be able to save business owners money while providing features that they might otherwise never have considered such as call recording, call data reports and much more.
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VOIP systems can also be expanded and maintained much more easily than standard telephone systems, since, in most cases, there is no additional wiring that must be run to add new telephones to the system. QSTel phones can be added to your existing high speed internet connections. In addition to being faster, less expensive, and more convenient, all VOIP system maintenance can be done in-house by the same individuals who handle all IT and computer networking tasks. QSTel does provide service contracts for maintenance as well.
Session Initiation Protocol or SIP Technology is the latest in telephone system technology that customers are asking about. SIP allows phone to phone connection over a data network – peer to peer. The benefits of SIP technology is for a more open standard in the telecommunication and IP Telephony arena. You can take 2 SIP telephones and they will automatically find each other on the data network. SIP technology allows for the basic of the basic functionalities without a call processor (like hold, transfer, forward, redial, etc). With the onset of SIP technology it will allow you to integrate better with other data technologies like http, IM, LDAP, H.323, Call Processing and much more.
Businesses are discovering the appeal of a communications solution that extends the power of their business phone system far beyond dial tone. Unified Communications can be a competitive advantage for businesses that need a single system to manage multiple tools and platforms, making their business more productive and helping smaller companies take advantage of features that make them appear larger and more competitive. Think of it as the Swiss Army knife of communications.
1. Save lots of Money!
2. Do more with less
3. Incorporate Smart Phones
4. Move beyond basic functionality
5. Do things not possible before
Companies of all sizes are increasingly being challenged to beat tight operational schedules and meet customer demands - all while walking that tightrope of diminishing IT budgets and limited staffing resources. As much as technology has advanced in the last few decades, there are still only 24 hours in a day. That’s where Unified Communications, comes into play.