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Are VoIP Phone Systems Reliable?

When people talk about the benefits of VoIP (Voice Internet Protocol) telecoms, they often focus on the cost savings and the call quality. Obviously, these are both great benefits, but not enough attention is paid to what it is actually like to use VoIP day-to-day and the flexibility it can add to your communications. Today we’re focusing on how VoIP allows you to take your business number with you wherever you are, as well as some other VoIP features and benefits.

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What Are The Benefits Of A Dedicated Broadband Line?

A dedicated broadband line or “leased line” is a secure link that connects two or more sites. Normally this is a connection from your business premises to your internet service provider – but in theory it could also be used as a secure high-speed connection between any two premises. This connection may be utilised for internet access, corporate data transmission, video calls and VoIP phone conversations.

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Why Businesses Choose 3CX For Their Communications

At Carden Telecoms, we supply a variety of VoIP solutions to businesses looking to reduce the costs of their communications while also gaining increased functionality and up to date features missing from their existing phone systems.

3CX is one of the most popular VoIP options that Carden Telecoms provides. In this blog we’re going to go over some of the features and improvements that our customers have benefitted from since switching their communications over to 3CX.

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The Importance of VoIP & SIP Security

VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) provides a cost-effective way for businesses to communicate. Cloud-hosted VoIP is even more convenient and removes the need for on-premises PBX hardware. Your VoIP platform of choice, whether on-premises or hosted, can be connected to the wider public switched telephone network via an SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) trunk.