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8 Reasons to Change Your Business Phone Service – Part 1

In this Show

A person doesn’t go to home depot to buy a drill. They go there to buy a hole. Similarly, as a business owner, you won’t change your phone service for your business because you need or want a new phone. There are only 8 reasons anyone would make a change to their phone service. This 8-part series will discuss each of them.

The first one in this series is: Hardware or Software Failure.

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