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Business Plan to Start a VoIP Company: Part III, Marketing & Selling

Posted by Nick Medina on May 21, 2015 at 10:00 AM

Working for North America’s largest Wholesale VoIP Provider, I often get the chance to engage with customers who are excited about launching their new VoIP business. Many times they have bought a switch and are extremely focused on the technical operations of the business. However, when I ask who their target market is, I quite often hear, “We are hoping to signup everyone that needs phone service.”  Unfortunately, hope is not a strategy.

In Part I, we featured the basics, and in Part II, we covered Equipment and Vendors. Now in our final installment of a business plan to start a VoIP company, we will discuss marketing and selling your services.

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Tags: VoIP, Entrepreneurship

Business Plan to Start a VoIP Company: Part II, Equipment and Vendors

Posted by Nick Medina on April 13, 2015 at 10:00 AM

Now that you’ve decided to start a VoIP Company, you must now decide what equipment and vendors you will need. Your overall cost will vary depending on how much time and capital you plan on investing to start your VoIP Company. It will also vary depending on what vertical or verticals you have decided to focus on. The main components to your VoIP Company will include your VoIP carrier(s), switch equipment, and end-user equipment or software.

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Tags: VoIP, Entrepreneurship

Business Plan to Start a VoIP Company, Part I

Posted by Nick Medina on March 11, 2015 at 2:00 PM

Getting into the VoIP business has never been easier.  There are now plenty of platforms and business models to help you get a piece of the action.  Starting a VoIP company may seem overwhelming at first, but it is actually quite simple once you understand the basics.

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Tags: VoIP, Entrepreneurship

Top 10 Things to Look for in a VoIP DID Provider

Posted by Nick Medina on February 16, 2015 at 9:59 AM

As an Internet Telephony Service Provider, having a good quality carrier for Direct Inward Dialing is one of the most important decisions you will make. Finding and managing multiple networks can be an overwhelming experience that can consume a lot of your time and focus. As small business operators, we tend to sometimes get stuck working in our business rather than on our business. DID management is one of those necessary components that can be complex and overwhelming. However, there are tools that some carriers can provide to make that process much easier.

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Tags: Telephony, Entrepreneurship

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