Popular Smartphone Articles for 2015
The curious Kodak IM5 aims to make smartphones a little less complex for baby boomers and younger folk. We took it for a spin at CES last week.
Google Voice is a free way to snag an extra number. It has a few other additional perks that could entice small business owners as well.
Today’s version of Skype isn’t just a platform for chatting with relatives on the other side of the world. It’s also got some mighty business features.
There’s no shortage of apps and cloud based services that offer you the unique opportunity to add a second phone number to your smartphone. Operating under the marketing slogan “2[...]
Flyp offers up to six different phone numbers on a single handset. A seemingly ideal solution if you’re on a budget and don’t want to use your personal digits for[...]
We’re not saying OneSuite is the wrong business phone option. We’re just saying it may not be exactly what you’re looking for, or precisely what it claims to be.
Cloud-based PBX systems abound. Some do it better than others, delivering a sleek interface and versatile features. Ring Central Office is one of them. But it isn't cheap.
Many have both a work and personal email address. So how about phone numbers? Surely there has to be a way to have all the benefits of a business phone[...]
BusinessCall, which you can try out as a free download for iOS and Android mobile devices, is a cheaper and significantly more practical option for those looking to set up[...]
Grasshopper has a ton of features and tier-ed pricing. Read on to find out more about "the entrepreneur phone system."