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Business VoIP / Leased Lines / FTTC / FTTP

Voice over Internet (VoIP) allows you to make your phone system cloud based or on-premise, but use your internet connection rather than the traditional PSTN cables normally used.
Business internet lines come in several different formats. Leased lines for uncontested speeds, Fibre-to-the-Premise (FTTP) for super fast fibre optic broadband up to 1Gbps, and Fibre-to-the-Cabinet (FTTC) the current traditional connection for most broadband connections generally for speeds around 30Mbps to 100Mbps.


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Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, is passing your phone system over your internet connection. The software which runs it also exists on the internet - with Voice 365, you can have a business class phone system integrated in to Microsoft Teams - making it the all-in-one hub for your staffs communications, document collaboration, and taking calls from your customers!

With Domestic and International dialling plans, you also get features like an IVR system (Option 1 for Sales, Option 2 for ...), call hold, call transfer, each user has their own Direct Dial (DDI), along with many more features all included as standard.

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Fibre to the Premise, otherwise known as an Ethernet Line or Leased Line, is a dedicated and uncontested connection, giving you the very best possible speeds.

With an Ethernet Line, you can achieve speeds starting at 100Mbps all the way up to 1Gbps - as this is also a symmetrical line, that means that both the upload and the download speed are the same.

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If you have multiple sites, chances are you also have the same shared services - like a file server, hosted at one of the sites.

An MPLS Circuit connects all of your sites together, making all devices connected to your network appear as if they were all in the same building.

This makes connections to local shared drives simple for everyone, as well as things like logging into your PC on the network.

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Easy cost model – Low upfront costs and recurring rental to help you budget more effectively

Feature rich system – fully featured ‘out of the box’

Easy to scale – you can add extensions as required on a per user basis

Unified Communications – soft applications for PC and Mobile

Meet your MiFID II compliance requirements with optional encrypted call recording

Number flexibility – port existing numbers or add new numbers for any geographic location