• Digital phones have advanced leaps and bounds in the last few decades. But how different are digital phones from their analogue counterparts? In short, they’re like apples and oranges. While both may be “fruit” (while both send and deliver messages), their “taste” is completely different.

    Analogue telephone technology takes a caller’s voice and translates it into electronic pulses. Digital telephone technology breaks the signal into binary code (using 1s and 0s). For digital phones, that order means clarity during a call. Because of its coding, digital phones can also send much greater quantities of data than analogue phones.

    Because of the way digital phones send data, a beautiful thing happens: You don’t need a cord. Perhaps the most commonly known digital phones are cellular phones. But the definition of digital phones has also grown to include  VoIP phones, which use the Internet to transmit calls.

     

     

    At the office

    Are you tired of being tied to the wall while you talk to clients? Do you need to pace a little while you work? Consider switching to digital phones or adding them in your office. Ultimately, a telephone system should reflect your company’s vision and unique needs. If your company is growing, you need a system that will evolve with your business. That’s where digital phones become a quality purchase.

    Whether you want your digital phone to appear as a traditional office phone or if you’d like a wireless headset to maximize on complete mobility, VoiceSpring can help. We’ll get you up to speed so you’re not chained to your desk any longer. Allow VoiceSpring to accommodate your business’ need for digital phones.

     

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    If you or your company is interested in going digital, VoiceSpring can help. We’d be happy to respond to any questions you may have. Contact us online today or call 309-282-2900.