Cloud Telephony

 How it works

From an end user's perspective, it is basically no different to a traditional in-house telephone system. The advantage is that there is no specific telephone infrastructure to worry about - as long as you have a network connection you can un-plug and take the phone anywhere you like, you can even take it and plug it in at home!

Your service is delivered over a single Fibre or Broadband line which will run all your telephone lines and extension phones.

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 No Contract

We build lasting relationships with our customers: we are confident you will want to stay, so we don't make you sign a long term contract.

We have no hidden contract clauses and our pricing is completely transparent with no surprises. It is our aim to provide you with a hassle free telephone system.

We make payment as simple as possible. Payment by Direct Debit gives you peace of mind and you can cancel at any time!.

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A Telephone System For Today. Packed with features.

Call Block, Call Broadcast, Call Flows, Call Center, Call Detail Records, Conference, Contacts, Fax Server, Follow Me, Hot Desking, IVR Menus, Ring Groups, Music on Hold, Queues, Recordings, Time Conditions, Voicemail, and lots more...

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Superb Selection of Phones. See for yourself.

The Yealink range embraces entry-level non-display IP phones, business class HD colour screen models and a cutting-edge touchscreen IP media phone, each manufactured to exacting standards and featuring powerful TI chipsets and Power over Ethernet (PoE) as standard. For a mobile app we recommend Zoiper. It's fast perfomance, coupled with low memory and CPU usage makes for quality audio even on older hardware.

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High Definition Call Quality. Come and try it out.

Audio quality is much better than on a standard copper landline. Sound quality is High Definition (HD) as standard, it will sound much better than your old analogue system.

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The End of Life of ISDN/PSTN Networks.

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