VoIP (Voice over IP) is a way of reliably connecting telephones over the internet and is now used throughout enterprise setups across the world. Because the majority of the connection is done over the internet the call costs are very low (especially internationally) compared to the older ISDN line system, and far more flexible. It also means that it can be deployed over a wireless or wired network very easily and quickly, making them ideal for events.
Single Order Generic Ethernet Access (SOGEA) is a new standalone broadband-only product. SOGEA (VDSL) is available wherever we have rolled out Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC)
Because VoIP does not rely on your physical location in the same way that a BT line does, we can provide you with a phone line and number in the months running up to your event, and then move the same phone and number to the site with you. After the event you can move the phone back to your offices and retain the phoneline and number for the following event.
We offer significant savings over a traditional BT line:
- Line rental: £6.95pcm
- Connection charge: 2p/call
- Our call charges are a fraction of what BT charge, please contact us for our most recent price list
Once you have connectivity at your event you may wish to monetize it. One way is to offer payphones.
These robust units use the existing infrastructure and give your visitors and guests the opportunity to ring out. It might seem old fashioned, but most events will saturate the mobile phone cell making calls unreliable or even impossible.
You can set the rate and depending on the event we can offer the service FOC.
Telephone Balancing Units
Need a TBU for a conference call or to allow a remote presenter to be heard on stage?? We can offer VoIP TBUs. These allow you to deploy phone lines quickly where they don’t currently exist.
By utilising our existing satellite solution we can provide you with a TBU anywhere in a number of minutes, no pre-booking required!
We can also offer permanent telephones and office solutions please check out our mini site for more info.