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The growing number of vendors and product offerings in the VoIP equipment market is creating some confusion among potential buyers. WhichVoIP.com has launched a VoIP equipment section that helps buyers research options and make the best choices, which can ultimately save their businesses a lot of money.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) March 05, 2013
WhichVoIP.com, the Internet’s leading resource for information and comparison of both residential and business VoIP phone service provider solutions, announced today that it has launched a new VoIP equipment section. The growth in VoIP use by both businesses and consumers has been staggering in recent years, and this growth is projected to continue for a long time to come. As most VoIP solutions require some form of VoIP equipment, it was an obvious choice for WhichVoIP.com to start offering a number of equipment related resources.
Each month, WhichVoIP.com helps thousands of consumers and businesses research, review and decide which VoIP phone service to choose. Although VoIP service offers huge savings over legacy solutions, there can be an up-front equipment cost that potential buyers need to be aware of. This cost primarily comes in the form of new IP Phones which can range from under $100 to many hundreds of dollars in cost, depending on the phone selected.
According to WhichVoIP spokesman Tony Campbell, “VoIP equipment is an area that we have historically left up to our service provider partners to help educate prospective VoIP service buyers. That being said, our visitors are asking more and more questions related to VoIP equipment and it is obvious that people are often very confused when it comes to making equipment choices. There is a lack of concise information available on the internet that enables not only clear and comprehensive comparison, but the ability for people to actually determine what they need. Making the wrong equipment choice can potentially result in thousands of wasted dollars."
Additionally, Campbell stated "For consumers looking to move to a home VoIP service, there is likely no additional equipment purchase required, as in most cases, the VoIP provider will lease a VoIP adaptor to them for free. Using a VoIP adaptor with a regular digital phone should work just fine for most consumers. When it comes to businesses though, equipment requirements can become very complicated and expensive. This is where WhichVoIP.com can help make the decision process easier."
WhichVoIP.com is a premier web resource for anyone that wants to research VoIP and take advantage of the benefits it has to offer. The new VoIP equipment section includes equipment reviews, comparison information, search by vendor and product pricing. There is a heavy initial focus on VoIP phones, as buying the right phones is critical to the success of a VoIP solution.
In closing, Campbell added "There are now many different manufacturers offering VoIP equipment and while it is great for potential buyers to have lots of choices, it has become a minefield to find the best fit for a business. The WhichVoIP.com equipment section makes it easy to quickly compare and identify the best products at the most competitive prices."
For further information about VoIP service providers, equipment and how VoIP works, visit http://www.whichvoip.com/
WhichVoIP.com, based in Seattle, WA, was founded in 2005 by a group of telecommunications experts who specialize in Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). Recognizing that VoIP represents the future of telecom, this team set out to provide buyers of VoIP for both home and office with the most reliable information about the technology, as well as comprehensive reviews of VoIP providers. WhichVoIP.com has established partnerships with the best VoIP service providers in the industry. Our service is available free of charge to all visitors.
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