London Data Cabling offer a range of different hosted telephone packages which can provide you with various handset options. Unlike most providers, our hosted telephone & VOIP solutions come bundled with functionality and services that are all included in the basic price.
Voice over internet protocol (VOIP) refers to the ability to route calls over an internet protocol network, like the Internet, instead of over traditional PSTN and ISDN lines. Analogue signals are converted into digital data packets to provide you with voice calls of equal quality to a traditional set up, and even better when both parties are using the technology.
If you are using a PBX in your organisation, it could be time to consider moving to a hosted solution to realise all the benefits that IP cloud telephony offers.
By hosting your phone system in the cloud, users are able to access the system through a standard IP handset or a softphone – a screen-based virtual phone. Calls are made and received over a broadband connection to the Gamma network. From there they are routed to PSTN fixed and mobile devices.
And cloud is here to stay. 75% of UK SME businesses have adopted cloud services in one form or another (Cloud Information Forum (CIF) Survey 2015). Moving to the cloud means no up-front spend on hardware, software or maintenance and it’s great for businesses with multiple sites and remote/mobile workers.
A hosted phone system from Gamma means no costly PBX maintenance or upgrades. We are responsible for the hardware and software, including system upgrades ensuring you are always up to date.
As well as giving your organisation access to low-cost and free IP calling, a hosted telephone system puts a huge range of smart call management features at your fingertips. Mobiles and other devices can also be integrated.
Perhaps most important is the degree of control a hosted system gives you. Your organisation’s entire communications, across multiple sites and countries, can be managed easily, right down to the individual user level, through a simple interface.