More than Just VOIP The Future of Communication

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Voipfone, a young upstart in the Voice over IP market has launched a one-stop shop for the communication needs of residential and business customers including a unique range of voip broadband packages.

From today, consumers can have their broadband, voice calls, sms, fax, web hosting and email all from one provider.

The company have drawn on it’s wealth of experience in the convergence sector and have brought together the features of today’s diverse telecoms market under one roof, advancing the day when traditional analogue telephone calls and services will drop off the wire and onto the digital backbone.

This is not just a one way conversation either. Consumers get a geographic incoming UK telephone number of their choice so that anyone can call them from any telephone.

Business users get a virtual PBX with 25 extensions for a fraction of the cost of traditional solutions with the added benefit that it will work globally.

SMS text messages can also be sent from the user’s web based control panel, which also includes the ability to send multiple messages to a group of users. This feature is invaluable for organizations that need to communicate quickly and cheaply with a large number of people. Users can elect to have the replies sent to a normal mobile or to a virtual mobile number and receive the replies directly into their web based account and sent to them by email.

Of course voice is primarily what VOIP is about and that has become synonymous with cheap calls, and the company also prides itself on offering the cheapest call rates to UK landlines and mobiles.

The Voipfone connect broadband products offer consumers an unrestricted broadband connection and all they need to get setup with a voip line including free calling time to over 40 countries.

This truly is the future of communications crossing interstate and intercontinental boundaries enabling the global market place.

Inet Telecoms Ltd is based out of London, England

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Tim Thirlwell