Introduction to: VoIP
Who needs home or office landlines when you can sign up for a voice-over-IP service at a fraction of the cost of traditional carriers?
A Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone system is a technology to make phone calls through your internet connection instead of a regular landline or a mobile network. A VoIP system converts analogue voice signals into digital signals over your broadband connection. This presents businesses with an easy way to answer and make calls from various locations without being restricted to one device, and in the current climate it’s vital to stay operational. VoIP also come with plenty of useful call handling features that make managing calls in and out of your business painless.
Businesses can reduce local and international call expenditure by a significant amount through swapping to a VoIP system instead.
Alongside additional benefits:
- Protected from common landline disruptions and issues
- Cloud-based connections mean voices are crystal clear on both ends
- Allows the mobility to make and receive calls anywhere you have an internet connection
- Set-up is simple and cheap
- Offers a wide range of features that you may not get with a traditional phone system
Some of the services we can offer:
- Call Routing
- Call Recording
- Voicemail Transcription
- Software Phone
- SIP Phone Support
- Toll-Free Option
- Speed Dial
- SMS Messaging
- Unlimited calls to UK & worldwide
- Group Calling
- Video Conferencing
- Voicemail to Email
Our Range of VoIP Products and Services
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