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TELECOMMUNICATIONS

Realise substantial cost savings and lowered phone bills.

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a proven technology that lets anyone place phone calls over an internet connection. With the rise of broadband, VoIP has become the definitive choice phone service for small, medium and large businesses.  VoIP uses new technology that doesn't rely on analog signals. You'll likely want to upgrade outdated phone handsets.

People enjoy using VoIP phone service over traditional phone lines. Why? It offers many more capabilities than analog phones. And it can do it all for materially lower cost.

Our cloud and on premise phone services include powerful features not found with standard phone services. Auto attendants, call recording, custom caller ID, voicemail to email, and so much more. Plus, you can take calls and work from anywhere!

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Migrate your PBX to our Cloud Hosted PBX Solution

Overall, a cloud-hosted PBX system may be more reliable than an on-premises/self-hosted PBX in South Africa today because it is hosted on a reliable infrastructure, scalable, and requires less maintenance and support. It also offers built-in disaster recovery features, which provides businesses with greater protection against data loss and system failures.

 

Following are reasons why a cloud-hosted PBX may be more reliable than an on-premises/self-hosted PBX in South Africa:

  1. Infrastructure: Cloud-based PBX systems are hosted on high-quality data centers with redundant power and internet connections, which reduces the risk of downtime due to power outages or network failures. On the other hand, on-premises/self-hosted PBX systems rely on the quality of the infrastructure and connectivity of the location they are hosted in.

  2. Scalability: Cloud-based PBX systems are scalable and can easily be adjusted to meet the changing needs of the business. This means that businesses can quickly and easily add or remove users, features, and services as needed. In contrast, on-premises/self-hosted PBX systems require significant upfront investment in hardware and software, and any changes or upgrades may require additional hardware purchases or software updates.

  3. Maintenance and Support: Cloud-based PBX systems are managed and maintained by the service provider, who is responsible for updates, maintenance, and support. This means that businesses do not need to worry about hiring and training IT staff or dealing with technical issues themselves. On-premises/self-hosted PBX systems, however, require businesses to have dedicated IT staff or hire consultants to manage and maintain the system, which can be costly and time-consuming.

  4. Disaster Recovery: Cloud-based PBX systems have built-in disaster recovery features, which means that businesses can quickly recover from any data loss or system failure. The provider can backup data regularly and store it in multiple locations, which protects businesses from data loss in the event of a disaster. On-premises/self-hosted PBX systems require businesses to have a backup plan and invest in hardware and software to protect against data loss and system failures.

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