Business Long Distance

Business Long Distance can be affordable, if you know what to do.

With long distance phone service provided by a business VoIP provider, your business can save on long distance as well as local phone calls, allowing for a bigger bottom line.

Overall, you could save up to 80% on your phone bills with business VoIP replacing your current business long distance provider. You'll also save on international calling which can be significantly less expensive with any kind of VoIP provider.

Business long distance is significantly cheaper with VoIP, so don't miss out. We have more information below.

Business Long Distance is now affordable.

With long distance phone service provided by a business VoIP provider, you can save a lot on long distance and local phone calls.

Overall, you could save up to 80% on your phone bills with business VoIP replacing your current business long distance provider.

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You should not pay extra for long distance calls with business VoIP.

Most VoIP providers offer metered calling plans or unlimited calling plans; almost every VoIP provider offers unlimited local calls and unlimited long distance calls.

If you end up going over the Fair Use limit set by your VoIP provider, you will have to pay for it, usually per minute. This rate is anywhere from 2 cents a minute to 6 cents a minute - and it stays the same whether it's a long distance or local call.

Additional Benefits of Business VoIP

  • An Auto Attendant
  • No more busy signals
  • Extension dialing
  • Easy account changes & upgrades

Learn about the benefits of business VoIP in detail.

Why you don't pay for long distance calls with VoIP

Business VoIP providers use the Internet to route calls. When business VoIP providers make a long distance call, the call originates as a 'local' call, pass the majority of the distance as data (over the Internet), then ends at the closest location to the destination. In that way, a VoIP call is always treated like as a local call.

For most VoIP providers, since they're not paying extra for long distance calls, they don't charge you for the long distance calls. Usually, with traditional business long distance calls, the call is passed from provider to provider until it reaches its destination. Each pass from long distance company to long distance company jacks up the price.

With business long distance with VoIP, you don't have to deal with those hoops anymore.