Loop Communications provides hosted business phone systems in Columbia, S.C., and the surrounding areas including Lexington, Irmo, Cayce and more. Loop Communications is headquartered in nearby Charlotte, and we are focused on providing small businesses in the community with excellent business phone systems.
Columbia Business Phone System Features
Our Columbia-area customers benefit from Loop’s standard features, including:
- Unlimited Calling
- No Phone System Maintenance
- Multiple Office Support — Direct dial between offices
- Customized Call Routing
- Voicemail to Email
- Fax to Email
- Area codes available: 803
- See all business phone system features
Why Choose Loop?
- Carolinas-owned Company
- Passionate Support
- No Long-Term Contract
- Save 40 – 60 percent per month
- Check out our Company Reviews, Customer Satisfaction Scores and Testimonials to see what our customers have to say!
About Columbia, South Carolina
Columbia is the capital and second-largest city in South Carolina with a greater metro population of nearly 800,000. Columbia is home to the University of South Carolina, as well as Fort Jackson, the largest United States Army installation for Basic Combat Training.
Columbia’s diverse economy includes the South Carolina state government, numerous healthcare companies, and SCANA, a Fortune 1000 energy company located in the suburb of Cayce. Some of its attractions are the University of South Carolina Gamecocks athletic teams, a minor league baseball team – Columbia Fireflies, Lake Murray, Sesquicentennial State Park, nearby Congaree National Park, Trustus Theatre, and Riverbanks Zoo.
Loop’s Director of Operations, Amanda Proffitt, comes from a long line of South Carolina Gamecocks. Here are some of her recommendations about Columbia, which she says is “big but doesn’t feel big.”
I love the State Museum. It’s well maintained, and they kept the old hardwood floor from its original use as a textile mill. EdVenture Children’s Museum is located nearby on Gervais St. too!
My nephews love the Columbia Fireflies baseball games. There’s not a bad seat in the house.
My favorite Columbia restaurant is Motor Supply Company Bistro, which is located in a historic building in the Vista – they even kept the neon sign from the original motor supply company! The menu changes daily based on what they get from local farms, and the cocktails change, too. Last time I was there, I had a peach cucumber sriracha margarita, and it was AWESOME.
If you’re a runner, the Ray Tanner Home Run is a great event. There’s a 12K, 5K, one-mile run, and Kids’ Fun Run. The finish is at home plate in Carolina Stadium and you run into the stadium down the third base line to finish!
The Koger Center is a great venue. It hosts a variety of events from traveling Broadway shows, the SC Philharmonic, Columbia Classical Ballet Company and Weird Al Yankovic! The last show I saw there was Weird Al’s Mandatory World Tour and it was fantastic!
Contact us now to discuss your Columbia business phone system!