A lot of freelancers are using business VoIP solutions these days, and it’s not really all that surprising: business VoIP solutions are super cheap, and they’re super easy to install. Think back to when we all used to have to rely on traditional copper wire installations to get our voice tech installed; that used to take days, if not weeks; you’d have to wait for an installer or some sort of technician to come over to get the hardware physically set up.
But with business VoIP, what you have is something that’s “”smart;”” in a sense, business VoIP sets itself up. And another layer of attraction to business VoIP is the fact that it is, again, super cheap (as was mentioned). It’s cheap because there are standards in place for manufacturers to follow; these manufacturers and hardware designers pretty much have every last manufacturing detail spelled out for them (handed to them on a silver platter, as it were); so what that does to the market is, it basically just allows a kind of “”free for all,”” when it comes to manufacturing these devices and overall business VoIP solutions.