VOIP (voice over internet protocols)
VOIP facilities use the internet to enable businesses to make free, or very low-cost telephone calls to just about anywhere in the world. And it really doesn’t matter what network or equipment the person you are calling is using, it all works seamlessly.
VOIP also offers your business a wealth of free features, such as voicemail (including voicemails sent to your email account), call diverts and music on hold, and can also be used to send things like faxes, emails, instant messages, web pages and Google searches, all as part of your broadband payments. So it really does have a lot to offer business users who want to keep their costs as low as possible.
We are able to supply a multitude of business landline options, from calls and broadband, through to bespoke tariff solutions, data networks and new phone system requirements. This is further supplemented by the incredibly diverse number of products we offer, which together with solutions we propose ensure that your communications plan works as hard as it possibly can for your business, both now and in the years to come.
We always keep abreast of the latest developments to ensure we can offer you the very latest business landline solutions. And in order to give ourselves an even greater competitive edge we use three separate suppliers, as this allows us to obtain the best tariff, line costs, data connection and phone system quote for our customers every single time.
Our expertise ensures we can tailor Wi-Fi solutions to the needs of you and your business - whether you’re looking for a hosted controller with a monthly subscription, or a fully managed wireless service. We have a dedicated team on hand 365 days a year so you can rest assured that support is always on hand.
Lack of connectivity can compromise the effectiveness of your workforce. That’s why our mobile Wi-Fi (MiFi) solutions are designed to ensure that your employees never have to worry about connecting on the go again. MiFi is simple to use and provides a host of added benefits. For starters it’s small enough to fit into a pocket so it’s extremely portable - and it can create a hotspot anywhere it’s needed. It can also be used by a number of devices simultaneously, and is more secure than using public Wi-Fi connections.
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