Phone Systems (VoIP)

Modern IP-based phone systems replace legacy analogue PBX systems and lines with Internet based phone services.

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VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) offers an alternative to traditional office telephone systems in a phone service that runs over the Internet rather than analogue phone lines.

Traditional phone systems use analogue PSTN lines and for a complex system multiple lines would be needed. PSTN lines are costly and are being phased out completely by 2025. IP Phone systems requiring only a connection to the Internet offer significant cost benefits in terms of proprietary hardware required and long term costs of running an on-premises PBX system. As you only need an Internet connection, it also enables access to all the functionality of a business phone system while working from remote locations. VoIP phone systems are flexible and powerful and offer all the advantages of a traditional PBX. You can hold and transfer calls, set up virtual receptionist menu systems to route calls, and take voicemail messages.
Virtual phone system

Internet-based Internet-based system, only needs broadband. Monthly rental instead of a large one-off cost.

Flexible phone system

Flexible phone system Voice menus, transfer calls, answering machine, secure voicemail, messages-to-email, music-on-hold and many other powerful features.

Reduces costs, works with mobiles

Reduced costs Fewer hardware requirements, use IP telephones, mobiles or software phones.