Is your business growing? Do you have 5 to 15 employees all using phone and/or internet access? Do you rely on your local telephone company or cable provider to provide voice and data services for your office?
You may be paying too much.
Going to your local telephone company or cable provider is certainly one way to obtain T1 service for your business, but it may not be the most cost effective. Large companies can request proposals from many different vendors. Why? To compare not only cost, but also compare reliability, extensibility and vendor support. Communications are at the heart of any business and the decision to build up or out your communications infrastructure should not be made lightly.
What do you need today to meet your existing communication needs? Phone service, toll-free service, and data service. How many extensions are required? Do you tend to make a lot of long distance calling or is data (internet) service the highest priority.
What do you need to meet anticipated growth? Getting your infrastructure needs met for your ‘existing requirements’ are certainly necessary, but you also don’t want or need the hassle of revamping this infrastructure when it comes time to add more phone lines, more servers or work stations, toll-free numbers, video conferencing, voice conferencing, etc.
Your local telephone company or cable provider may or may not be able to meet your existing needs or those needs of tomorrow. Just like large corporations, you too can request proposals from multiple vendors.
Getting quotes from multiple vendors by using a communications broker makes sense to get the service, reliability, extensibility and support you need to meet not only the requirements of today, but to build an infrastructure that will grow as your business grows. Communications brokers aren’t locked into a single vendors product lines. Communications brokers have the ability to work with you and find the vendor that meets your requirements at your budget.
T1 service for a growing business is an important tool that provides the heart of the communications necessary to do business. Relying on just a single vendor because they are the local telephone company or cable provider just might be doing your business a disservice. Do what large companies do. Get your quote for service from multiple vendors. Talk with a communications broker to get expert advice. Remember, your local provider will ask questions and do everything they can to help you within the confines of their own product line. A communications broker will ask questions and do everything they can to help you without the restrictions of a single vendors product line or pricing structure.
The best part is that you can receive expert advice and quotes for service for FREE.
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