General Questions

Broadvoice is a leading provider of high-quality, feature-rich broadband phone services to consumers and businesses. We provide telecommunications service to the continental US, and Canada. Our award-winning customer support is based in the United States (not overseas). Broadvoice provides phone service to single-line residential customers all the way to Fortune 500 companies. Big or small, we have a phone plan that meet your needs.
We are an industry leader in Business Phone technology. But more importantly your business can save up to 70% on phone service when compared to some of our major competitors!
Broadvoice uses VoIP Technology. VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) takes analog audio signals from your phone and turns them into digital data, and transfers them over the Internet. VoIP works just like a regular phone with just one key difference - how the phone call actually gets to your business. Instead of using the high priced telephone company's wiring, VoIP routes your phone calls directly to your telephone using your high speed internet connection. What's changed is that you don't pay a big bill to use the phone company's wires.
Broadvoice uses a nationwide fault-tolerant network with built-in redundancy. When reliability in your phone service should be a given, Broadvoice delivers with 99.99% annual uptime as a trusted leader in telecommunications.
Sure! This is no problem for Broadvoice. We know how important your phone number is to your business.
Sure! During the sign up process we ask you your address. This is what will be used for 911 emergencies.
You won't know the difference. In fact, most people forget that they changed to Broadvoice, only to be reminded when they get the reduced bill.
Just call 888-325-5875 and one of our business specialists will help you. These friendly experts will walk you through all of the options you have in a no pressure environment.
Yes of course. Helping companies that are moving is our specialty. We can take your phone system to a higher level and save you up to 70%! The boss will think you're a hero.

Cloud PBX FAQs

A cloud phone system is basically a phone system stored or hosted in the cloud (Internet network or server) instead of on hardware in your office. With the cloud, there is no need to purchase and store outdated hardware at your workplace that will be obsolete in just months. Take advantage of all of this hardware on the Broadvoice cloud! Taking all of the features of an analog PBX and hosting them on the Internet allows for ease of use and a greater level of flexibility. All of the features exist on the Broadvoice network, which eliminates the need for an onsite PBX. This turns any building with internet connectivity into an office. It can be a home, warehouse, coffee shop, or even a Fortune 500 company, as long as there is an internet connection and an endpoint. With Broadvoice Cloud PBX, you can make configuration adjustments to your service from a web portal. Also, the employees within your company can exist anywhere, but can all be managed under the umbrella of the Cloud PBX system.
  • It saves you money - It's much less expensive than traditional phone lines
  • Easy to setup - No need for expensive wires, cables and hardware in a closet
  • Saves your company time - Traditional phones systems are high maintenance.
  • Advanced features - All of the hi-tech features are in the cloud and are constantly being updated and made available for you.
  • Remote features - You can use your mobile phones or work offsite.
Yes, Broadvoice can port over your number from your existing service provider.
Broadvoice will take care of everything. We can provide you with everything from the phones to bandwidth. Broadvoice is your one stop shop for a hosted PBX solution.
There are no additional fees for the service, most of the features come free. Premium features can be easily added as we roll them out. Talk about convenience!
Broadvoice has performed extensive interop testing with the major IP phone manufacturers (Cisco & Polycom) and we can offer a full scope of support for these devices. We also offer ATA devices that can be used to integrate with existing analogue phone devices.
Broadvoice's support staff is on call 24/7. All of our staff is based in the USA, so you don't have to talk to someone overseas. Also Broadvoice has monitoring equipment that allows us to determine if your network is down.
Yes! This is where Broadvoice Cloud PBX comes in handy. You can have multiple locations across the globe. Or even people working from home. Broadvoice Cloud PBX brings all of the great phone features to them, wherever they are.
Yes, of course! You can take our service with you. Because everything is in the cloud, you can be on the go and still take advantage of all of the great features Broadvoice has to offer.

SIP Trunking FAQs

SIP Trunks are much cheaper than the old analog circuits that traditional enterprise phone systems use. They also maintain or exceed the level of call quality that businesses expect from their phone service. Saving you money at the same time.
Yes, Broadvoice can port over your number from your existing service provider.
Broadvoice's support staff is on call 24/7. All of our staff is based in the USA, so you don't have to talk to someone overseas. Also Broadvoice has monitoring equipment that allows us to determine if your network is down.
The Broadvoice network has been built out to be compliant with a variety of SIP devices from Asterisk, Avaya to 3cx and Free PBX.
Absolutely! Broadvoice has extensively tested both Asterisk and Trixbox and we have customers routing millions of minutes a month using these platforms. We also support Shoretel, Switchvox and Talkswitch.
Broadvoice's network is fully T.38 compliant to support reliable fax over IP.
A typical call using G.711 will require 84k of bandwidth, meaning over a T1 connection you could establish 18 concurrent G711 calls. If your PBX supports it we also offer a lower bandwidth codec, G729, which requires only 19k of bandwidth per call, which will allow you to establish a staggering 81 concurrent calls over that same T1.
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