RingCentral's VoIP service is encrypted with secure voice between network endpoints - including desk phones, conference phones, RingCentral's mobile app and desktop app - to safeguard your day-to-day business communications. Internet phones can be actual desk phones that look much like your regular landline phones or any VoIP-enabled device connected to the Internet, such as mobile phones, laptops or tablets. VoIP phones allow your business to leverage your existing Internet service to create the foundation for a complete business phone system that costs far less than the phone bill you are currently paying to maintain your analog landline phones. RingCentral provides cost centre management tools, so you can control your budget by assigning a department or group code to purchases of RingCentral services and devices.
RingCentral offers many different VoIP phones and related devices, so there are likely to be several phones that meet your company's needs and budget. VoIP calls are made using VoIP phones, which at first glance may look like regular phones, but are actually devices specially designed to facilitate calls over the Internet and connect to other VoIP phones or even traditional landlines. You can transfer (port) your existing toll-free or local phone numbers to RingCentral. You will need to purchase a dedicated RingCentral Office fax line to replace your existing phone line.
Although they are often very similar in terms of appearance and features to analogue landline phones, there are several key differences in the operation of VoIP phones. There are even households that have ditched landline phones, opting only for mobile phones or VoIP-enabled devices. RingCentral Office can be used with most SIP-compatible IP phones. RingCentral offers Yealink cordless phones to provide your business with mobility within the office.