VoIP Phone, Cabling in DC
Written by Stu Kushner

Combined Voice and Data Office Cabling

VoIP Phone ,Cabling in DC

VoIP phones have reduced costs for phone communications. The obvious benefit is that you no longer need to use Verizon for your business phone service. You can buy VoIP phones and plug them in to your office cabling and have a high-quality business phone system without the need of a high-priced PBX system in your office.

The side benefit to this solution is that you also do not need to have a dedicated cable to a VoIP phone. This is why. Modern VoIP phones plug into your Cat5 or Cat6 network connection and your computer plugs into the phone. That means that you simply don’t need half of your cabling infrastructure.

So, if you want to save money on your phone bill and eliminate half of your cabling infrastructure, switch to VoIP immediately. This is especially important to consider if you are moving or considering a cabling upgrade. At $75 to $165 per drop, the savings are substantial.Network Cabling in DC

About Stu Kushner

Born and raised in Silver Spring, MD. Stu Kushner began his career at Boeing Commercial Aircraft and then on to Hexcel and Case/Rixon where he specialized in CAD/CAM (computer design and robotics). In 1986, he started Progressive Office. The earliest years were about networking small businesses and providing IT support. But since 2008, the company has concentrated exclusively on providing office network cabling solutions.

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