Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) changed the world of telephony for the better.
Not only do VoIP phone systems help businesses save on costs associated with traditional phone lines and telephone networks, they also offer excellent call quality, better reliability, and the flexibility to make and receive VoIP calls from anywhere on multiple devices.
When discussing VoIP phone numbers, the terms fixed and non-fixed VoIP phone numbers often come up. Both options use the same technology, but understanding the advantages and disadvantages of each is crucial when it comes to choosing the right VoIP solution to suit your business needs.
In this article, we’ll be diving into what fixed VoIP means, by covering: