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Make Voice Calls Using A Broadband Connection

A VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) system gives you everything a traditional phone system does but with one crucial difference – it’s hosted in the cloud, and that means you spend less money on hardware and maintenance.

A cloud-based phone system also gives you much more flexibility because you can take and manage calls not just from your desk phone, but from your computer and your mobile.  So you can use all of the features of the office system wherever you are.  With VoIP, you’ll never miss an important call again.

Our SIP trunks are suitable for any size of business from small to large enterprises and government organisations that currently have a PBX, unified communications solution.

Call forwarding, call waiting, voicemail, caller ID and three-way calling are some of the many services included with Internet telephone at no extra charge. You can also send data such as pictures and documents at the same time you are talking on the phone.

A lot of businesses have migrated their voice services to IP-based network. Many companies choose to implement VoIP systems because of their easy integration with other solutions and make their communications more efficient and experience improved collaboration.

It is inevitable that VoIP will eventually replace traditional phone service – in fact, more and more phone companies are taking advantage of the technology to offer cheaper long distance rates.

 

3 things you need to know about IP Voice services:

Trusted technology: 45% of businesses have now adopted IP Voice services (i.e. SIP Trunks and Hosted Voice).

Huge cost savings: 96% of businesses who have adopted IP Voice services have made savings.

Future proof your business: 29% are not aware that ISDN telephone lines will be switched off in 2025.

 

Sources: Talk Talk and SIP and IP Trunking Market Report & Forecast 2016 and IP Voice Censuswide Study, October 2016.

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Why Choose VoIP?

 

  • One of the main advantages of VoIP and VOIP PBX is the low cost.

 

  • SIP trunking enables you to move office and keep the same geographic number.

 

  • IP connectivity costs less than ISDN with lower call costs.

 

  • Perfect for businesses with multiple sites.

 

  • Overseas calls are charged at a relatively small rate.