Futureproof your comms with VoIP
VoIP played an important role in connecting remote-working teams throughout the lockdown, and the technology will soon become essential when the traditional landline network is switched off for good in 2025.
Over the last year, we worked with our customers to adapt quickly to the new norm of working from home with little to no disruption by using VoIP technology.
What is VoIP?
VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) is the very best way to communicate clearly and efficiently. The technology basically uses the internet to make a telephone call. It’s already the preferred choice for many organisations, and with the end of the landline network, VoIP will soon be obligatory.
What are the advantages of VoIP?
A VoIP phone system has a huge range of benefits. So long as you have a good internet connection, VoIP can cater for many users, making it attractive to small, medium and larger businesses.
Calls are free - you simply pay a standard per-user-per-month fee, making budgeting easy. It’s easily scalable, letting you add users in moments.
VoIP lets you take professional telephony with you wherever you go, whether that’s the office, the kitchen table or the coffee shop down the road with full-featured mobile and desktop apps.
How can I ensure I don’t get left behind?
Many businesses now recognise that doing nothing is no longer an option if they want to avoid significant potential disruption to their business.
VoIP and remote working defined 2020 and will most definitely shape how companies operate moving forward. So call us today, and we’ll ensure you aren’t left behind.
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