Do you ever experience that moment when everyone is looking at you? Continue reading Billing – the way you want it.
The awareness of VoIP is growing rapidly, as you know from previous blog I spend quite a lot of time having breakfast and lunch as part of my working week, and 6 months ago when I asked if someone had heard of VoIP perhaps 1 in 10 answers were affirmative. Now it is more like half and many companies answer that they have just put it in.
It’s only when I dig deeper that I find that most have put in on-premise VoIP and actually the number who have even heard of hosted VoIP is very low and so it wasn’t even considered by their companies.
Long term contracts might have been the norm in the old days, when you were effectively leasing an expensive lump of hardware that needed a team of maintenance engineers to keep it running and another team to implement simple changes to your system. Nowadays there is no excuse for tying you to a 2 year contract just to get a slightly lower-cost call-plan.
On a daily basis we are scheduling call backs to potential users of Upstream, our Hosted VoIP Service for some date in the future, maybe as far away as 5 years, when their current telephony contract expires. Obviously this is creating a lovely future pipeline of sales for us, but in the meantime those companies are being denied all the advantages of what Hosted VoIP can offer. Continue reading Fed up with being tied into phone system contracts?
If your telephone system is starting to creak with age, has become obsolete and needs to be replaced with something that actually does what you want it to do, you could be considering a significant expenditure. Continue reading OPEX not CAPEX for cloud voice
Bundles of minutes – we are pre-programmed to bundle them into our phone packages and often this is the correct thing to do but if you are talking to a VoIP provider you might want to think again. Continue reading Is buying bundles of calls in your phone package worth it?
BT has announced that by 2025 they intend to turn off their phone ISDN network. This means that all customers need to have migrated from ISDN lines by then.
BT plan to migrate all 3.2 million of their customers onto their IP based solution by then, either Cloud Voice or One Phone.
This is a great opportunity for businesses to have a look around and see what alternatives there are to BT and really consider a hosted VoIP solution. Continue reading What will you do when BT turns off the ISDN network?
We can give you a back of the envelope idea on what your new system will cost.
Take the number of handsets in your organisation and multiply by £10. Continue reading How much will my VoIP telephone system cost?
VC Warehouse is now providing hosted VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol), a system that will allow any company to have corporate switchboard capabilities. Continue reading VC Warehouse adds VoIP to its Portfolio