After 24 years with AT&T, Preferred Seating Inc has decided to switch to VoIP and break free from the one of the largest companies in America, with the worst customer service they have ever experienced. They’ve seen everything with AT&T over the years and they finally screwed them the last time, and the timing couldn’t be better.
With monthly charges up to 50% or more lower than AT&T and much more control in the hands of the business, VoIP looks like a sure winner for saving money and improving communication in business. Preferred Seating Inc. looks forward to leaving a company that sent their 800 number to private residences at least twice, screwed up every time they moved or the contract was up, and finally charged for cell phones that had faulty software.
Time’s up for AT&T with the new VoIP because of a number of reasons, all benefiting small business. With VoIP you can hook your phone to an internet connection whether it is a wireless computer or hard wired in your business. Take it with you and receive important calls anywhere you go and save a bundle at the same time. Most of the features businesses are already using can be found with VoIP including Virtual Receptionist, faxing, 800 numbers, group calling and mailbox.
Preferred Seating Inc. will be working with a local company, DDK Communications over the next few weeks to hammer out the plan to change their phones at Preferred Seating to one of the newest and most promising technologies to help small businesses save money and free themselves from the tyranny of AT&T.