VoIP Telephony Systems

VoIP Telephony Systems from K C Communications

By: K C Communications  15/08/2009
Keywords: telecommunications, communications, VOIP

VoIP Telephony Systems for the 21st Century

More and more businesses and homes are switching to VoIP (Voice Over IP) to carry their telephony traffic and are realising substantial cost savings on calls, line rental and hardware combined with much greater flexibility and improved features (such as intelligent call routing, music on hold, voicemail to email, option menus, call queues etc.).

The IP PBX replaces the traditional proprietary PBX used by many large businesses and provides a complete telephony solution that is easy to install and manage with a very low total cost of ownership whilst being scaleable and upgradeable as your future requirements dictate.<br> <br> <br>Just a few of the benefits of VoIP;
• No need for separate phone wiring - phones use the computer network
• Select how you want to route your incoming calls within your home/company
• Select how you want to route your outgoing calls via the lowest cost service (often FREE)
• Setup call filters to block those annoying sales calls
• Make use of the latest features such as ‘follow me’ and unified voicemail = never miss a call again
• Move offices/homes/countries without requiring any changes in the wiring or moving telephones
• ‘Standards’ based VoIP used by KCCVoIP ensure you are NOT locked in with one vendor or carrier
• Full integration with ‘landlines’ from the large Telcos and cellphone networks
• Lower call costs by routing calls via the Internet, your own data networks or ITSP
• Full integration with existing legacy PBX systems = move to VoIP as and when you are ready 

From small home systems to enable you to repossess the telephone lines from the teenagers, business systems to provide the essential telephony features for modern business to the large full function call center installations….. there is a KCCVoIP product for you.

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