What’s the difference between traditional PBX and cloud VoIP?
With a cloud-based or hosted system, calls are delivered via the internet instead of a traditional telephony system. There are many benefits to switching to the cloud, including remote working. And we always recommend cloud VoIP as the starting point telephony system for any SME or start-up venture.
Our team can help you port your existing number over, using your porting agreement, and guide you through the whole installation.
This includes installation of the softphone app that allows you to access your office phone features from anywhere and make & receive calls using your office number.
Benefits of Cloud VoIP
Simple to set up
Receive and make phone calls from most devices
Make changes from your personal phone profile
Bespoke apps for Android and iOS devices
Perfect for remote working teams
Configure from start to finish in around 4 hours
Pay for only what you need
Add features as you grow
Calling & System Features
- Bespoke holding music
- Call routing and recording
- Full HD sound via Opus digital codecs
- Very low latency
- International call capability
- Send VM to email
- Digital receptionist
- Remote access
- Supports multiple devices including PC, mobile and tablet
- Standalone softphone app
- Plug and play setup
- Customise your numbers and voicemail
- Full, user-friendly cloud management portal
- Automatic updates
- Runs on Amazon Web Services, the gold standard
While you don’t NEED a handset, many organisations aren’t ready to cut the cord and handle all calls via PC or mobile. In that case, we recommend the following Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) devices and handsets that are ready for Cloud VoIP.
- Yealink T19PN-2-medium
- Yealink T42S-medium
- Yealink T46S-medium
- Yealink CP920-2-medium
- Yealink CP960-1-medium