Phone Systems

The latest telephone systems are IP based, meaning there is no “hard wiring”, your handset just plugs into any Network point.

The heart of the system is a vigor 2000High quality router with an in-built PBX Manager The VigorBX 2000 is an IP PBX integrated with the firewall/router features of DrayTek’s Vigor 2860ADSL/VDSL router.
As an IP PBX, instead of conventional phone lines, Internet SIP trunks provide your connectivity to the phone network. With IP phones, you have a complete office phone system, allowing for local and remote extensions (extensions can be anywhere on your LAN or elsewhere in the world).
Calls can be transferred and distributed exactly as you wish, routed to a receptionist, groups or an automated attendant (IVR – “Press 1 for Sales” etc.) or to specific groups. The VigorBX 2000 supports up to 50 extensions, all with voicemail.

715 Standard Phone 725 Managers Phone 735 Reception Phone Cordless with Base Unit Cordless Handset
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Make and receive calls, manual Internal Call transfer. Programmable buttons for quick internal call transfers. Handles multiple calls, and is suitable for “Reception” use. Cordless unit with Base station. Basic phone functionality. You can run 5 Cordless handsets from a single base station.

Pros and Cons.
Having the ability to simply unplug your phone and move desks is extremely useful.
Internal call transfers are a breeze.
Save a small fortune on line rental, you only need a single Internet Connection.

Q and A’s

What about my existing numbers?
These get “Transferred or Ported” to your Phone provider (Draytel) this costs £50.00 set up, and £2.99 / Month.

Who and how do I pay for calls?
Here are the pricing options currently available.
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