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Powerful VoIP Phone Service for Business

Flexible business phone solutions, powerful tools for your business.

VoIP Phone Services

Our Phone Solutions

Hosted PBX Phone System

Hosted PBX

Designed for the modern fast paced New Zealand businesses. Move, adapt, interact. Connect from anywhere, geographically independent. Use desk phones or mobile devices with our VoIP Phone Service.Connect your team together: from office, from home, from overseas. Hosted PBX solution that comes with simple, affordable pricing structure. This is an amazing VoIP Phone Service.

M365 Teams Calling

Microsoft Teams direct routing in NZ. Make and receive phone calls in Teams along with advanced hosted PBX features from our cloud based VoIP Phone Service.

Microsoft Teams in a great tool for cooperating with your team. Look no further than our Microsoft Teams direct routing integration with our bespoke PBX solution.

NZ 0800 Numbers

0800 Numbers

Your professional image does not have to be expensive. Get a number for your business today.

VoIP technology gives you flexibility to work from anywhere with our 0800 numbers

SIP Trunking

SIP Trunking

Connect your VoIP compatible onsite phone system to our Cloud based VoIP Phone Service and save on line rentals and calls. We can also interconnect hosted PBX with your onsite system, provide 0800 numbers via SIP trunk and offer inbound numbers from other countries.

call centre phone solutions

Call Centre Solutions

Call centre productivity tools, instantly available. Launch your call campaigns with ease and measure performance with advanced reporting.

Frequently asked questions

Why should I switch to VoIP?

VoIP, short for Voice over Internet Protocol, enables the transmission of both voice and video over the internet, encompassing both wired and wireless means. If your business still relies on a traditional landline, here are compelling reasons to think about transitioning to a VoIP Phone Service:

Economical. VoIP tends to be more budget-friendly than traditional landlines, leveraging existing internet infrastructure. Not only does it offer comparable call quality, but it also provides added features often at a reduced cost, making it a cost-effective choice.

Scalability. As your business expands, so does the demand for more devices and connections. VoIP allows you to scale up seamlessly with just a few clicks. Traditional landlines, on the other hand, often necessitate additional physical installations, which can be time-consuming and costly.

Enhanced functionalities. Traditional landlines are primarily limited to calls and faxes. However, by transitioning to VoIP, you'll have access to a plethora of added benefits. These include detailed call analytics, third-party service integrations, intelligent call routing, call recording capabilities, and much more.

What is Cloud-Hosted PBX?

A Cloud-Based PBX represents the modern evolution of the traditional PBX system. Leveraging VoIP technology, it operates over the internet instead of local networks. It's compatible with VoIP-enabled phones and certain applications known as soft-phones. Beyond just making and receiving calls online, users can benefit from enhanced features. These include detailed call analytics, integration capabilities with other services, intelligent call routing, real-time oversight, voicemail-to-email functionalities, and more.

What is SIP Trunk?

SIP Trunking is a technique that facilitates the linkage of your current on-premises PBX phone system to an Internet Telephony Service Provider (ITSP). This connection enables you to leverage the benefits of VoIP Phone Service communication, even with your existing, older PBX system.

What is Microsoft Teams Direct Routing?

Microsoft Teams direct routing allows you to make and accept calls from external numbers within the Teams app. The combination of modern VoIP Phone Service and advanced tools with Microsoft 365, our clients receive an unprecedented opportunity to increase productivity.

What are the 0800 numbers?

0800 numbers are often referred to as toll-free numbers. This means that the owner bears the cost of incoming calls, whereas the individual making the call incurs no charges. Furthermore, 0800 numbers are non-geographic, indicating they aren't associated with a specific locale.

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