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Voice Solutions at AD Solutions

Voice solutions like a VOIP phone system often include other features that can’t be found on traditional phones, including custom caller ID, call recording, business phone numbers, consistent session initiation protocol, and voicemail to email.

Why Consider Voice Solutions?

At AD Solutions, we are proud to offer innovative voice solutions including Fanvil and YeaLink phone systems. These product lines include business phone systems to support an array of industries, including finance, education, healthcare, manufacturing, small businesses, call centers, and more. Depending on your unique industry and needs, these modern VOIP systems are equipped with advanced and convenient features including:

  • Antibacterial surface protection
  • Adjustable high-resolution display
  • Acoustic Shield technology for crystal clear calls
  • Corded or cordless phone
  • Advanced wireless connectivity (no phone lines needed)
  • Keypad that features RGB LED lights that can be personalized
  • High-definition video and call quality for a premium office experience
  • And more!

What Makes AD Solutions Different?

At AD Solutions, we offer efficient voice solutions that provide the following benefits and advanced features:

  • Cloud VOIP services – No local servers needed
  • SnapMobile – Voice solutions for mobile devices
  • Call recording
  • Unlimited calls
  • Lower cost
  • Easy call forwarding and virtual fax
  • Business SMS, instant messaging, and video conferencing

Choose AD Solutions as Your VOIP Provider

VOIP makes it simple to connect with customers or clients and provides a reliable call routine, so you can be sure you will never miss a call. Our hassle-free directory makes it easier for them to connect to the right department and helps you manage your calls more efficiently. Secure and HIPAA compliant, VOIP will enable you to:

  • Customize call coverage
  • Automatically record calls
  • Connect on the go with Mobile

How Does VOIP Work?

Voice Over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, is a technology that allows individuals to make voice calls using a broadband internet connection instead of a regular (analog) phone line. Users can make voice calls from a computer, smartphone, or other mobile device using VoIP phones and WebRTC-enabled browsers. Unlike traditional phone systems or analog phones, VoIP solutions allow your business to remain flexible at a more affordable price.

Here’s a step-by-step of how VoIP technology works when set up for your business phone system.


Your phone, personal computer, or mobile device connects to your switch or router in your Local Area Network (LAN).


When you dial a telephone number, your IP phone tells your VoIP service provider to call the other party.


Your VoIP phone service establishes the call and exchanges data packets from your IP phone.


Your VoIP system converts these digital signals back into the sound you can hear.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) is a phone system that uses a broadband internet connection to make and receive calls instead of using a traditional landline.
VOIP phone calls operate similarly to regular phones. Simply provide power and internet to your VOIP-compatible hardware to get started.
You’ll need a VOIP-enabled phone (such as Fanvil or Yealink) of your choice and a broadband internet connection.

VoIP allows you to make calls from anywhere in the world that has an internet connection. With the VOIP mobile app, you can take your office line with you on the go

You can set your VOIP services to ring your desk phone, alert you on your computer or your cellphone, or have them all ring simultaneously.

VoIP operates under the same traditional guidelines of The Federal Communications Commission (FCC)

VOIP is compatible with all currently supported computer hardware

When the internet is down, whether due to an outage or because work is being done on your connection, your calls are forwarded to a mobile number. This allows you to use any mobile device to continue to make VoIP calls even when your internet is down. The call-forwarding and voicemail features are also available this way as well.

VoIP phones and IP phones are similar because VoIP phones are a subcategory of IP systems. But there are a few differences. Where VoIP phones are designed to transfer voice calls through an internet connection only. IP phones can transfer voice, faxes, messages, and other data. It's not limited to only voice.

No. VoIP works independently from your computer. Even if power is out in your office building, you can still access VOIP through your cellphone while using your cellular network.

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