What is VOIP

Why change over to VOIP from your existing telephone or PABX


There is a massive saving on call costs for calls to cellular and land lines. Another substantial saving is the cancellation of your telephone lines as your number/s are ported over to your fibre connection. There is the failover option that will keep your internet connection active 99.99% of the time.
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a service that allows you to make and receive voice calls via your internet connection.
Yes calls can be made over ADSL or Fibre, however fibre is recomended or LTE-A.
Should your existing connection (fibre or ADSL) for your VOIP calls fail, the fail over service is an added LTE-A (Sim Card) connection, which can be added to your existing connection. This automatically kicks in when your current connection to the internet fails, thus giving you a 99.99% uptime. No calls will be missed.

What will I need in order to use VoIP?

You'll need an internet connection

Voice over IP works over the internet. You can use just about any kind of internet connection for this, though we do recommend at least 4Mbps speeds and upwards on stable such as ADSL, Fibre or LTE-A.


You can choose to use a VoIP Soft Phone

You can make use of your Cel Phone using ZoIPer software, which is an app that you install on your mobile device. The mobile device will need to be connected to the internet through either 3G/4G or using a wireless connection to an ADSL, Fibre or LTE-A router.

You can choose to use a VoIP Desk Phone

Using a VoIP Desk Phone is the preferred option and these are available from most computer retailers. With these phones you simply plug them directly into your Internet Router (some can even connect over WiFi) and they operate just as any other phone.


LTE-A fail over service

This is an addon to your existing ADSL or Fibre service.

A router with a LTE-A sim card is supplied, and in the event of your internet connection going down, the LTE-A service automatically kicks in leaving you with no downtime.

This is quite crucial if you are currently using VOIP and have experienced times where there is no internet connection and your business comes to a standstill.



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