Save Money with LOGIX Dedicated T1 Service
With the economy still in a state of crisis and no immediate solution on the horizon, many businesses are looking to save money in any way possible. If you have a large company, you know how expensive phone and internet service can be. There is a solution that combines the highest speed of internet with the most advanced phone service in one package, all at a lower price than if you have separate services.
A dedicated T1 line is a data and voice service that transmits 1.544 megabits per second through fiber optic wires. Many large businesses turn to a dedicated T1 line for their internet and phone service needs because of its reliability and savings over time.
The cost of a dedicated T1 line can cost anywhere from a few hundred dollars to a thousand dollars per month, depending on how far away you are from your local phone company. A dedicated T1 line must be looped from your business to the phone company, so the cost is dependent upon the distance between the two. This may seem expensive, however when the lines are installed, you will only have to pay one price for up to 24 phone lines. This is a great option for large companies that are looking to save money. As time goes on, the popularity of a dedicated T1 line will grow, and as the demand for it gets higher, the price will eventually begin to drop.
If your office has high speed internet through a T1 line, you can take advantage of a small business phone system that uses VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol. Here are some ways that VoIP can save you money in addition to dedicated T1.
Fixed Rate Billing
40 percent of a phone bill comes from charges from the phone company to validate the bill itself. With VoIP, a business can pay for fixed access and peak concurrent call rate.
Economies of Scale
Aggregating all the trunking requirements for a business into a few data centers can reduce the number of trunks required by 40-60 precent and cut the cost of access by 80 percent.
Eliminate Intrastate Toll
Calling between LATAs within a state is usually four to five cents a minute vs. interstate calling at one to two cents a minute. This applies for both Toll Free and Long Distance calls.
Reduce 3rd Party Audio Conferencing
Most businesses that use a third party to host their audio conferencing service could cut their costs by 25 percent by using a standard LD number from an office vs. offering a toll free number. A toll free outbound call must ride over a LEC circuit vs. one from an IXC. IXC trunks are typically half of a LEC trunk, plus if you define the service provider as being on-net, the LD costs go down further. Moving to VoIP/SIP will further drive down the cost.
If your business is looking to save money on phone and internet service, look to LOGIX Communications for great connection speed through a dedicated T1 line. It's simple, reliable, and easy. Employees can save time that would normally be spent waiting for applications or videos to load, making the workplace more productive and efficient. LOGIX features provide unmatched reliability, ease, and speed. For more information call (888)505-6449 or visit them online at HYPERLINK "http://www.logixcom.com" www.logixcom.com.
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