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Big business systems, at a fraction of the cost by using internet technology!

Virtual Attendant

$15/ monthly

Basic System that covers your single telephone or device needs.

  • Telephone Number
  • Unlimited Users & Voicemail
  • All Inclusive Features
  • No Contracts
  • No Endpoints

Small Business

$25/ monthly

VoIP System that covers all of your Small Business phones and devices.

  • Telephone Number
  • Unlimited Users & Voicemail
  • All Inclusive Features
  • No Contracts
  • 3 or more Endpoints

Call Center

$30/ monthly

Maximize your coverage with the Call Center Package to increase your company’s productivity.

  • Telephone Number
  • Unlimited Users & Voicemail
  • All Inclusive Features
  • No Contracts
  • Per Endpoint with Path
Get in contact directly with a VoIP engineering team and let us custom design your system today,

Services and features

Cloud Service Networks offers state-of-the-art VoIP telephone systems that can lower your phone bill by up to 50% while increasing your company’s connectivity. With a VoIP system, you are able to get rid of your old, bulky, and expensive circuit-switched technology and convert your phone system to an internet-based technology utilizing the cloud. Some features of the VoIP system include automated attendants, call screening, call forwarding, CRM integrations, video conferencing, and so much more!


Questions and answers

1What is the difference between VoIP and what we are currently using?
Since the beginning of telecommunication, phones have used 'circuit-switched technology' to send and receive calls. This technology uses hard phone lines to transmit calls from one telephone to another. The limitation with circuit-switched technology is that it requires a significant amount of bandwidth for each call, and it only supports limited types of calls (i.e. telephone to telephone/fax/modem). The hardware needed to run traditional circuit-switched networks is very expensive. The higher cost of the hardware and the inefficiencies of using dedicated bandwidth for individual calls has caused many telephone companies to use parts of the Internet to connect PSTN calls. You may have already received or made calls using VoIP technology without knowing it.
2What is VoIP?
VoIP stands for Voice Over Internet Protocol, which is the process of using the internet to transmit phone calls. The voice stream is broken down into packets, compressed, and sent toward its final destination by various routes as opposed to establishing a 'permanent' connection for the duration of the call.
3How does VoIP work?
VoIP converts the sound of your voice into data and uses Internet Protocol to send that data.

CRM Integration


Some VoIP features include integration with business tools like support ticket systems, chat, and email to keep teams connected and working efficiently. Some also support tools for sales teams like customer relationship management (CRM) application integration for documenting interactions with customers and automatic dialers that automating the dialing procedure.

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Why choose Cloud Service Networks?

Pioneers in the Voice over IP business since 2005


All inclusive feature set with no contracts.


Secure data centers with Geo-Redundancy.


Cloud based firewalls and edge security.


Easy web portal administration and 24/7/365 free technical support.