Voice Connectivity

If you want to connect your phones, just call us. Whether you want to move to a more cost-effective Internet based solution, or simply want some traditional telephone lines putting in, we can help.

A more flexible, cost-effective solution

At ITogether we can connect your phones and dramatically reduce your call charges and phone system costs. We do this by using technology that lets data and voice calls share the same network, known as a converged network.

Using this system your phone calls are made using VoIP (Voice-over Internet Protocol) and are sent over the Internet rather than a traditional telephone network.

With our business-class system you can add extra phones quickly and easily, and take advantage of voicemail and other innovative features such as one click call management and remote working. You’ll also benefit from free calls within your network, as well as reduced charges for calls to other landlines and mobiles. Another great thing about this system is that your numbers aren’t tied to an area code, so if your business needs to move, your existing numbers can move with you.

Of course, if you aren’t ready for Internet based voice system yet and would prefer to stick with a more traditional ISDN based telephone line, we can help with that too. Whatever suits you.

To talk to us about how we can help you with voice connectivity, please call 0113 341 0123 or click here and we’ll call you. Or you can email us at hello@itogether.co.uk

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