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25Jun

Staying Connected Anywhere!

 

Portability and accessibility are two of the most important benefits of Hosted VoIP over traditional telephone networks.

Over the past year, many people began working from home and businesses needed to have flexibility with their phone systems.

In the future, businesses will need even more flexibility with more employees wanting to Work-From-Anywhere moving forward.

With Rock-IT VoIP, you can stay connected from anywhere!

This means you can:

  • Always communicate with your clients and colleagues
  • Make and receive calls from anywhere using remote call routing and simple call forwarding tools
  • Make and receive calls from your desk phone, cell phone, or even your computer
  • Take your business with you at the touch of a button and make sure you never miss a call
  • Stay in touch with clients through our mobile app while traveling
  • Work from home or abroad without your clients knowing the difference

Visit Rock-IT VoIP or give us a call at 716-373-4467 x 15 to learn more about how you can stay connected anywhere!

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