VoIP is booming. Faster, more robust and reliable internet connections are ensuring VoIP can finally be used to its full potential. And more advanced software and hardware powering these VoIP systems means the technology is rapidly replacing analogue as the default option for UK businesses.
Leased lines are increasingly popular in 2019, and it’s no surprise why. These dedicated, direct-to-you connections offer a huge range of benefits. From symmetric upload and download speeds to enhanced reliability, they make an attractive choice for most businesses.
Looking for a new business phone and broadband provider? As a giant in the industry, it makes sense to consider BT as an option.
There are few services that can impact your business as much as your internet and phone line. The right business broadband and phone deal can give you a real competitive edge. You can use technology to automate processes, work more efficiently and use systems like VoIP to conduct business calls wherever you are.
Whether you need a dedicated line with the fastest speeds possible or just want a reliable connection that’s capable of supporting voice calls over the internet, we’re here to help you find the right package for your small business.
As VoIP services are becoming more popular, the list of UK VoIP providers gets ever longer. On the one hand, the competition drives the price down and increases the variety of options. On the other, with so many choices, deciding on the best UK VoIP provider for your needs can become quite tricky.
In 2020, businesses face an ever-growing demand on technology, data and productivity. This means that a strong, reliable and fast internet connection is more crucial than ever. But which type of broadband should power your business?
BT’s announcement that it will be switching off its ISDN and PSTN services by 2025 is a bit of a landmark moment in telephony services. This has been the fundamental technology underpinning landlines for decades and its end is just part of our further transition into a fully digital age. So, what does this mean for businesses?