Compare bandwidth options of many telecom providers before you select the bandwidth ..

Compare bandwidth options of many telecom providers before you select the bandwidth ..


Why is it important to consider the offerings of several telecom
providers, before you decide which best meet your needs? If you run a business, your bandwidth is often the life line of your
company. It facilitates virtually all communication within your company, and to and from the outside world, including your customers. Bandwidth is required for voice (telephone), internet, video conferencing and networking between company locations. Five years ago, in most locations, your only option for local phone service was your local phone company. This often resulted in a monopoly scenario. Local phone companies could charge whatever they wanted for local phone service because they knew that there was no competition. Because of this, local phone service was very expensive. Now, because of technological advances, nationwide providers can provide local phone
service. This healthy competition has lead to drastic improvements in the cost of local service. When you assess your bandwidth options, do you count on your local telecom provider to offer the advice that is best for your
company? And trust that their advice will be unbiased and based on your needs, rather than their offerings? Or, do you talk to an impartial consultant who can consider and recommend from the offerings of all telecom providers that serve your area? If you are relying on the advice of a single
provider, that provider will often recommend services that they offer, not necessarily the services that would best meet the needs of your company. Each provider’s offerings are unique and limited. If your company actually would be best served by a service that is not offered by the provider with whom you are talking, this provider will often be reluctant to refer you to another provider who can better meet your needs. Instead, they often attempt to convince you that you need what they can offer. What you need, and what a single provider can offer, are often not the same. Unless you are an expert in the industry, you may not recognize this. You are an expert in what your company offers, but probably not an expert in telecommunications. If your local provider does happen to offer what your company needs, but knows that you are “loyal” to them, and not consulting with others, this may be perceived as lack of competition, and result in less than competitive rates for the services you order. Because independent telecom consultants are often compensated by providers for referrals, many consultants provide their services to businesses for free. If the consultant can offer the services of all providers who serve your location, without cost or obligation to you, you can obtain expert unbiased advice, and be in a position where providers must compete for your business. If you would like to watch other videos which address related topics, please click on one of these green links. Or, click the link to our website, directly beneath this video to use our patented real-time pricing tool. This pricing tool is easy to use, and there is no obligation. Our pricing tool will assist you in checking prices and availability, for any business telecom service for your
business location, including: T1, Ethernet, Fiber, Voice, VOIP, larger circuits
like DS3, Fast E or Gig E, or networking between business
locations, for any location in the United States, or, international networks, please visit our website at www.Fiberlinecommunications.com. I’m Jody Ellen, the Director of Training here at FiberLine
Communications. Thank you for joining us today for this training
session.

Danny Hutson

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