Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) systems aren’t particularly new, but the hotel industry has been surprisingly behind the times when it comes to.
If you've been researching options for your hotel's phone system, chances are that you've come across the term "SIP Trunking". Unless you're familiar.
Back in the 90s, hotels pretty much had one option for complex, multi-line phone systems: the PBX. These systems were okay for what they were. They.
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No hotel can operate without a reliable phone system - that’s just common sense! People need to be able to call into your hotel to make reservations.
If you've been following the first two parts of our 3-part series on the basics of VoIP, you should now have a comprehensive understanding of what.
Anyone working within the hotel industry is well aware of the many challenges that come with being required to meet the needs of numerous guests.
We all know that VoIP provides hotel owners and managers with an alternative communications system. We also know that the quality of VOIP has.
As we've covered recently, many hotel owners and managers are somewhat reluctant to make a change to VoIP because they're not completely comfortable.