VOIP Provider For Long Sutton

Your business phone number now lives on all your smart devices; Mobile Phone – Tablet – Laptop. VoIP is the smartest way for businesses to communicate. Corporation grade features at small business prices in Long Sutton.

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VoIP or Cloud Telephone For Long Sutton
(VoIP – Voice-over-Internet-Protocol)

A telephony system that provides everything a traditional office-based phone system can do, but is now removed from the office and resides ‘hosted’ in the cloud. 

Digitising voice into data, allowing you to make calls over the internet rather than copper wires. 
This action saves businesses money on old fashioned hardware and its maintenance.

VoIP enables you to take business calls on all of your smart devices and use the features of the office phone system anywhere.  It’s a full feature phone system, on your mobile, or your laptop or on your desk phone. 

VoIP is truly future proofing your business communications, as new features arise they become automatically available.  A cost-effective solution that evolves in line with your business.

Scalable from just ONE user.

The financial benefits to your business can be significant. 

No equipment – No landlines – No nonsense

Powwerful Benefits

Support Remote working.
Combine your business number with your mobile or laptop.
Take landline calls on your mobile, from anywhere.
Change the way your customers perceive your business.
Appear to be a larger business with Corporation class features at Small business pricing.
Create a local business impression, even if you’re on the move.
Automatically route calls to relevant staff or departments, wherever they are.
Offload a current call from your desk phone to your mobile.
Keep your existing phone number in Long Sutton

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VOIP Provider For Long Sutton Case Study

VoIP Case Study

A case study featured in PC World found that when businesses with 30 phones switched to VoIP, they were able to save a monthly $1,200. (£850 or >£25.00 per line per month)

Businesses can save anywhere between 30% and 50% by switching to VoIP for their telephone systems. While the amount of savings can differ from company to company, almost all companies see a significant reduction in their telecommunication expenses. 

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Real-World Case Study

When we arrived, this customer was getting a download speed 13.6Mbit/s to run his Pizza Takeaway business on. 

Shocking – but surprisingly common.

The Upload speed is ignored by most small businesses and it really should NOT be. Here’s why.

• Card Payment machines are crucial to shops and small businesses.   
• The upload figure is a critical factor in the payment transaction speed.

So, the speed at which the business owner can take payment transactions in busy times is restricted by this Upload speed value. At busy times of the day, this customer is using two or three card payment terminals at the same time. 

All these devices are having to share the available upload bandwidth.  Powwer were able to improve this metric from 8.79Mbit to over 18Mbit therefore more than doubling this performance and helping the business owner to service customers more efficiently.  

Remember these images are real customer data.

We sold him the following – For less than he was previously paying.

These values are now written into the contract with this customer.

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FAQ's For VOIP Provider For Long Sutton

By checking your most current bill you can determine whether your contract is coming to an end in the near future. The end date will be stated in the section containing your account number and contract tariff name. You will normally receive end of contract notification 40 – 60 days before the official end date. Most Business energy contracts will not be automatically renewed after they have expired – However your account willbe placed onto a ‘deemed’ rate until a new contract is put on place. Deemed rates will often be much higher than the previously contracted pricing. It is therefore important to limit or restrict the time youir business is placed in Deemed rates.

The right supplier can be dependent on the business sector. It is in, its finances, the ammount of energy consumed and how committed to the environment the business is. In general, SME use fixed-rate contracts that offer price guarantees for the contract term with a simple contract switching service.

The Energy providers are bound by a number of industry codes and also the supply Licence Conditions, these regulate how they do business and interact with customers. These rules are enforced by several independent regulatory bodies, including Ofgem. They are designed to protect Business customers to ensure they are treated fairly.

We will search the market to find out which UK suppliers are offering the best deals at the moment for your business. We will then get back in touch with you to share these findings. Ultimately the choice is yours.

The bigest difference between business and domestic energy is the manner in which the suppliers set up the contracts. Business Energy contracts tend to be a fixed term usually from 1 – 5 years. They are also without the option to cancel early as they are required to run their course. In this way, Businesses can opt for a fixed-rate contract which will protect them from the volatilities of the energy market.

If you have an on-line account with your current provider then you can obtain it from there. You can also call your existing provider and ask them for it, this can take 2-3 days to receive.

Yes. if you are out of contract you can change to another network and take your numbers with you. This is a free service, you need to request the PAC code (Porting-Authorisation-Code) from your existing provider. Once we have that, we will do the rest. Note, this code times out after 30 days.

Like Wi-Fi Mobile broadband allows you to access the Web. But unlike Wi-Fi it allows access to the internet without using a phone line or dedicated Fibre connection, instead using a 4G or 5G mobile phone sim. Usually provided in a wireless router style device containing a mobile SIM card.

Mobile Phone Leasing allows for a flexibility with your business devices enabling your workforce to have latest technology, ensuring they are as engaged and responsive as possible. Leveraging market leading partnerships with O2 and Vodafone, we provide you with the most competitive agreements in the industry. Mobile Leasing unlocks access to the latest hardware without the upfront costs, making your resources go further.

We have a range of tariffs, including 5G services from O2, Vodafone and EE – which are tailored to wherever you work and the coverage in that area. Additionally, unlike most providers, we can combine multiple tariffs from different networks onto a single bill, keeping things simple.

As an independent provider, we can equip you with the latest handsets, tablets and accessories from the either Samsung, Apple and Huawei. Combined with our unique commercial agreements with the major networks, we will obtain the most competitive prices in the marketplace.

In a lot of applications you do not require additional equipment as there is a minimal amount of hardware required. You will need a business broadband connection, a laptop, a mobile or a dedicated headset. That’s more than enough to get you started with a Corporation grade telephone system.

Why VIP ? – VoIP allows for both data and voice communications to run on a single network. This fact alone significantly reduces business costs by avoiding the need for separate broadband and telephone connections. In addition to obvious cost savings, VoIP also provides Corporation grade features like; Virtual Receptionist, Facilitating a remote workforce, call recording, CRM integration, no need for a phyical phone, video and voice conferencing and so much more.

Yes – You can port over your existing business number into the new cloud based VoIP system ensuring your business continues as before but with all the extra features that VoIP will provide you.

VoIP is a versatile communications solution that scales from just ONE user, providing numerous corporation features that will adding to the professionalism of your company. It is easy to set up and use with the ability to add new users as your business evolves without having to install additional systems.

VoIP is truly future proofing your business communications. VoIP is a telephony system that provides everything a traditional office-based phone system can do, but is now removed from the office and resides ‘hosted’ in the cloud, enabling you to take business calls on all of your smart devices and use the features of the office phone system anywhere.  It’s a full feature phone system, on your mobile, or your laptop or on your desk phone. A cost-effective solution that evolves in line with your business.

Like Wi-Fi Mobile broadband allows you to access the Web. But unlike Wi-Fi it allows access to the internet without using a phone line or dedicated Fibre connection, instead using a 4G or 5G mobile phone sim. Usually provided in a wireless router style device containing a mobile SIM card.

For Micro and Smaller businesses, who rely immensly on their broadband service, they would normally find a FTTC servicve is available. In theory it ought to be possible to obtain a download speed of upto c80Mbits/s and a corresponding upload speed of c19Mbits/s on this type of connection. This performance can be easily checked by using a boradbandspeed checking App from your phone. The theoritically speeds are obviously an ideal, but c80% of that figure ought to be acheivable. However if you find you are getting slower speeds then it is possible your service provider is sharing some of your available bandwidth with other neighbours in your postcode.

It’s common to find broadband services being marketed as “superfast broadband” or “ultrafast broadband”. This is based on the maximum download speed available on the service, being defined as follows : – ‘Superfast Broadband’ is used to distinguish a broadband services with a download speed of more than 30Mbps. This includes all fibre-to-the-cabinet (FTTC) services. Additionally Broadband that’s delivered through a 4G technology would also normally be classified as offering Superfast speeds. – Ultrafast broadband refers to services offering a download speed of more than 300Mbps. Full fibre services are the gold standard within this category. Additioabnlly 5G broadband would also count as ultrafast broadband. Prior to 2015, the threshold for ultrafast broadband was only 100Mbps. Some ISPs continue with the older definition, marketing their services as ultrafast broadband even though they offer download speeds of less than 300Mbps.

The majority of fibre broadband services sold in the UK are actually a Fibre-To-The-Cabinet service, or FTTC for short. With FTTC, a fibre optic connection is used from the telephone exchange to your local green street Cabinet. Albeit the longest cabling section, that’s as far as the Fibre connection goes. A copper cabling connection is then used from the street cabinet to the home or business (sometimes referred to as the “last mile” connection) With FTTC, it’s possible to obtain download speeds of up to 80Mbps and upload speeds of up to 20Mbps. The actual speeds depend on the distance between your home or business and the green cabinet. Expect an average download speeds in the region of 60Mbps.

Around 91% of UK homes are able to get a fibre-to-the-cabinet service.

The term Fibre in broadband refers to the use of Fibre Optic cabling. Usually taking the form of a high quality glass or plastic fibres which are used to send digital data signals. They are fortunately more and more common today and are used as replacements for copper cabling. Firbre optic cabling has the advantage of being easily upgradable whilst allowing data to travel at extremely fast speeds.