Can callers tell the difference if you are using a VoIP system?
kreiley 27 weeks ago
We are considering switching to a VoIP telephone system, but I have some concerns about voice call quality. I was wondering if anyone who had made the switch could tell me if they or their callers notice the difference between VoIP calls and those over traditional PBX? Thanks.
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